Pros: ongoing research 'to improve the human condition'
Cons: too much' red -tape'
I initially went to get my 2 years experience and was just going to 'GO',,,,but the patient's there and the culture there stole my heart and I ended up staying a total of 14 years. I learned the importance of....well, Leadership: and how to deligate, be a team, and give credit where credit is due-->GOD. The hardest part of the job is being patient and dealing with all the 'Red-Tape'. The best and most enjoyable part of the job is 'Cutting-through-the-Red-Tape' ;) and seeing the smile on a patients face after getting something done for them, like a major clinic appointment or a prescription or some supplies that they just really needed. I really incoorperated the philosophy and carry with me in my heart: 'to improve the human condition'.