The only word that comes to mind when I think of my time at Putnam Hospital Center is fulfilling. I had the opportunity to train under members of the hospital who have been there for years. I learned the ins and outs of the hospital and the best foods to get in the cafeteria. The most rewarding part of volunteering in a hospital was the time I spent in the emergency room. I had the opportunity to transport patients from the emergency room to their CAT scans, MRIs, and various parts of the hospital. In the short time that I directed patient's stretchers from one end of the hospital to the other, I learned more about them than I probably know about some of my friends. This was definitely the most enjoyable part of working at Putnam Hospital Center.