A typical day at work is hectic, from critical care patient's, to traumas, to simple lacerations.
I have learned that I may be the face people will remember in the worst day of their lives and my care can make a difference even if they don't remember my name. I have also learned time management, prioritization, and organization.
Management like in all places have pros and cons. However my immediate management is approachable and willing to listen to what you have to say.
My co-workers are a well oiled machine. We all work together for our patient's regardless of our differences.
Hardest part of the job is taking care of patient's who found themselves in a situation that could have been prevented or that are dealing with social issues at home.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the most rewarding; to see patient's who were very sick and are able to bounce back.