Management was great, they were fair, honest, professional, courteous, and caring. A typical day at work was getting report and greeting coworkers, doing a quick visual assessment, vital signs and finger sticks at this time. make sure patient doesn't have any needs. serve breakfast, and pass daily morning meds. wound care was done at this time, cleaning, packing, wet to dry or whatever the order may say needs to be done. make sure patient is medicated before wound care is to begin. After treatments are completed, some patients go to therapy. during this time sheets are changed and rooms are cleaned. rounds are done every hour. try to meet patients needs and goals. I learned a lot at this hospital about wounds and the topical medications that are used. I learned how to apply a wound vac, how to measure, clean, pack, and wrap wounds, the most enjoyable part of this job was to see patients come in with wounds that you could insert a whole fist into, and leaving with the wound completely closed with a scar about the size of a penny. this place was amazing at healing wounds. I used to call it the magical hospital, because the amazing staff that worked together, including the kitchen staff, worked magic and healed the patients. The hardest part of this job was the long work hours. The most enjoyable part of this job was the enjoyment I felt when a patient was going home completely healed.
Great food and management.
Eating lunch while standing, Or not getting a lunch at all some days.