As a pharmacy student, my typical day started at 8am. I started off with Neupogen inventory, hood and bench cleaning, and any compounds that were left by overnight or was emergent. Then, I helped out with the medication fill to clear up the queue. After the queue was cleared, I would continued my routine bulk compounding and narcotic inventory. In addition to that, I helped out with the phone answering questions coming from physicians or nurses, medication fills, or anyone who came to the pharmacy window. I have been working at Mount Sinai for 3 years and I enjoyed every moments of it. My supervisor was professional and respectful. I enjoyed working with everyone at this hospital. I have learned a lot from all the projects that were assigned to me which helped me at my rotation and on the exam. I think the hardest part of the job was waking up at 5 am in the morning to be at work on time. But, other than that, I enjoyed all my time at Mount Sinai Medical Center.