Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – McComb, MS – February 23, 2013
As the charge nurse of the cardiac unit, my day begins ensuring staff assignments and patient acuity; along with the care of the patients I have received. In a typical day, you tend to use skills that you have accumulated over the span of being a nurse, However, every patient is different and you adjust your care to accommodate the new patient and treatments they will receive. Every day is a learning process of how to better help your patients and further advance your nursing career. At Southwest, persons in management are your coworkers. We all work together as a cohesive staff to accomplish the goal of bettering care for the patient. I would say the hardest part of the job would be that these critical patients lives are in my hands, with them and their families depending on me, and the outcome of which is sometimes out of your control. The best part of my job is seeing a patient being able to leave and go home with their families in better health than which they came.
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Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – February 4, 2018
Southwest Regional Medical Center days work was like working in the doctor's office.Everyday was a Challenge ,clinical phlebotomy skills. Routine venipunctures collection. Opportunity to grow and learn Toxicology (DOT Drug Testing) Specimens Processing., Medical Assistant Skills) Management and Clients Services were to provide the best service for Patients care.The most challenges part of the job was processing different blood specimens in a timely manner.Nevertheless, Putting Patients First and providing critical Healthcare and information to the physicals and their patients.
Working in the out Patients Centers(Dots) Major Drug Toxicology Collections