LPN, Birmingham, AL - June 1, 2017
Working for this company there wasn't really just an typical day at work. In corrections you never know what each day holds. It is rewarding and exciting. This job taught me self discipline because on site I normally was the only medical person on site for the entire facility and I learned how to work at a steady effective pace, Also this job showed me that if you talk with people in a respectful tone and manner you will be very good at what you do and people will want you to work for them. The management was the only downfall. I didn't meet anyone from management until I had made a mistake simply due to lack of communication and misunderstanding and then 2 managers showed up. The culture was the best part. You had one on one time with people to actually care for them in a way that made them not feel like just another body. The hardest part of this job was being on call since I lived-in a rural area with no cell service and really couldn't afford the high priced landline service since only one provider serviced my area it was outrageous. The most enjoyable part of this job was actually working for a company that actually cared about their clients and patients.