A typical day at this job was very hectic, which I can manage, but people showed me no respect and treated me as I did not belong there. I learned a significant amount of medical terminology and procedures during my time at this job. Management was horrible. I would express issues I was facing daily at work and nothing was ever done to correct it. Also, the only time I would hear from management was when something was wrong and I never was recognized for all the above and beyond work I did. I essentially worked by myself, but I did work with nurses, doctors, CNA's, medical assistants, and basically every job title a hospital has. That is where the problem laid as far as being disrespected. Because I did not hold such a high title as they did, I was treated as I didn't matter. The hardest part of the job, other than dealing with the disrespect, was that there was no system as far as being able to perform my job duties correctly. The most enjoyable part of the job was the learning experience and medical knowledge I gained while working with this company.