Also a fast-paced, fun loving and full-filling career.
A typical day at this place can change with a blow of the wind but i have become accustomed to the changes. Keeping it moving and prioritizing your duties is the only way to go.
I have learned so much in this job, how to take blood, perform EKG's, performed fingersticks, CPR, how to change a bed with someone in it, body mechanics and many more various health issues that have intrigued me over my life time.
Management was always on top of their game while i was there. We all worked well together to create a strong and efficient but still fun and caring atmosphere.
I absolutely loved so many of my co-workers. We all worked so well together. Everyone helped everyone, the way things should be.
The hardest part of the job was seeing suffering patients, getting used to a patient and their families only to watch them pass away but also knowing how comfortable and happy we made them before their passing.
The best part of the job was helping others, hands down. The people i helped really needed that help. Their needs were completely warranted and most of the times appreciated. It was a very full-filling position and i hope to have one like it in the future as i plan to go back to school to become a nurse.