Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Brighton, MA – December 23, 2016
check pt's in /out and also bring them in to the room to be seen by the doctors. remove staples from some of the patients on post op. I work with very nice co workers. enjoy my job very much and always ready to learn new things.
I have learned that I do not want to be a Nurse or anything in the medical field after working here for 7 months. The health care system is broke and needs to be fixed. The emergency room should not be used as your primary care physician and should not be used as a place to get your prescription refill or to find out why your feet stink....
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – January 7, 2013
I worked as an Oncology nurse. Tooke 7-8 patients What I learned a great nurse told me cause I was realtively brand new to nursing 2 years or so out of school. she said YOu cannot not physically be in two room at once it's immpossible so as long as they are breathing and not bleeding it's all small stuff.. Hardest part of job watching people sufering through chemo and watching young people die from cancer Most enjoyable part that I got to comfort them and their families and do best job a nurse could.