Charge LPN, Rochester, NY - October 25, 2012
Same as above. But it was varied. I worked in-house as well as out-house in the community homes. I cared for patients that were bed-bound as wells as those who had cars and came and went throughout the day. Management was excellent. They did not breathe down your back, but you capablity to lead, leaving you the decision to call when you needed help. They were always in the building. But you did not feel threated with them around. The co-workers were great. We did not tower over each other, but treated each other like family. There was no hard part to the job. Weall got along; lpns, rns, and cnas. Even the doctors were friendly. i learned to look at evryone and see the good in them.