My work at St. Luke's has been amazing. The friendships I have established working as a Nursing Assistant and as a Medical Assistant have been one of my greatest accomplishments. My coworkers have been my second family and made work a fun loving and educational experience for me. My job has taught me to be flexible and on my toes, everyday is a new day and to expect anything. Sometimes the typical day would be in the procedure room assisting one of many physicians and on down time assisting with prescriptions. Other days typically on slow days assist with stocking procedure rooms and giving a list to the technician responsible for ordering supplies, completing education modules and assisting with prescriptions. Start and end times would very depending on how many procedures/ patients would be seen that day. The hardest part of my job would be the patients, some would be very demanding while others can be very condescending, however, patients are also what makes the job very rewarding many are very kind and enjoyable to be around. My Job has really taught me how to adapt and mold around my patients to help me understand and empathize with them.
great coworkers, great benefits
unpredictable schedule, no opportunities to grow educationally