The typical day at work was to stay busy and do the job that suppose to be done. Doing vital signs, patient care, feeding if needed and other duties as follows. Learning to deal with all types of nationality and backgrounds.Hardest part of the job is working with several patients with different types of medical problems. Some co-workers was hard to get communicate with, but I did it the best of my ability. The enjoyable part was working with young and old people and learning about them and dealing with them to be fun loving patients.
it was a busy place to work for and active. kept the facilities cleaned.
Gave me many opportunities to do different activities; hardest part of the job was the fast paced development of educational programs; for the most part management did an okay job; most of my career was learned at MHH, because I was there for 38 years; the most enjoyable part of the job was dealing with patients and teaching staff in-services, etc. and working with nursing students in their clinical placements/mentoring.
variety of opportunities given to me
not always listening closely to their valued employees
A very challenging, busy place to work, especially when we have our post-op patients, admitted to the floor, everyday is an exciting day meeting different kinds of people, & to learn different cultures & backgrounds, be exposed to advancement of modern technologies in dealing patients care,& being around with knowledgeable people who are willing to help,acknowledge, and encourage you with your improvement.
A typical day at work as a Phlebotomist Tech is very challenging, I learn new system changes everyday, there is supportive management in my description of work, my coworkers are very likeable and very good to work with, the hardest part of my job is the turn around time challenge, I enjoy the patient interactions and the fact of me as a phlebotomist being the most requested.
very busy and fast pace, meeet and greet all types of and interact with patients, patients families and co workers. also learn about the codes and proper protocols...help assist and directs patients and visitors. also switch board with calls from doctors, interns nurses and administrators..
its and ok place to work at if you are starting out as a CNA or GNA its give you thr basic skills to learn what i means to really take care of someone and how they really depend on people to help with the activity of daily living that we take for granted