Pros: work with great people
Cons: inconsistancy with some things
A typical day at work consists of, customer service. I check patients in and out, make appointments, give prescriptions etc. I have learned to be patient and empathetic towards the patients.
I feel as though there are things; such as, communication and the policies should be looked at more closely so the employees are all on the same page.
I have – more... great, helpful co-workers. There is a particular co-worker I work closely with, we have workers very well as a team. We also discuss day to day issues so we are on the same page.
The hardest part of the job would be to see all the different things that the patients are dealing with on a day to day basis. (I work at Neurosurgery and Spine, we see a lot of Brain tumor, or other brain issues along with a lot of problems people can get.)
Another would be the fact that we're the "front line" the patients first point of contact. If they aren't happy for whatever reason we hear about it.
In the same sence, the most enjoyable part is even though most of these people are in a lot of pain, or have brain tunors, they are very polite and appreciative of the smile on our faces, or the positive people we are. – less