Pros: Great education provided, fantastic benefits, and lots of great people to work with.
Cons: All cons I found were a by-product of working in any hospital environment. Stress, deadlines, tension with co-workers, etc.
I worked with anywhere between 8-13 patients. I worked alongside doctors and nurses to provide essential care needs and procedures like: blood cultures, vital signs, I/O documenting, telemetry, etc.
The pay was great, the benefits were awesome, but more importantly I was attending school full-time. What I thought was going to be a very difficult time in my life turned out not being so bad at all, as LVHN worked with me to ensure my schedule never got in the way of my education. They also provided incentives for schooling, like reimbursement programs. I didn't really have regular co-workers, as I worked in the Float Pool, so I got to see new faces everyday.
All-in-all, it was a great place to work and I'm thankful for all the skills I acquired there!