Great company to work for.
Pros: Best training, Growth, and benefits
The day would start depending on whether or not you had duty the previous evening. If you had duty you would show up to work at 0600 to check the refrigerators in which the vaccines were kept, you would check the crash cart to ensure that all equipment is in proper working order and that any medications were not expired, you would then work at the clinic phone and schedule appointments or have patients that were acutely ill come in and see the provider that was on call. If you were not on duty the night before you will show up for work a 0645 for morning pass down, after that you will report to your designated workstation of the day and carry out the mission. Coworkers were the best, these people are lifelong friends and most can be considered family. I believe this is because you are with them while deployed and training 24 hours a day and the bound that is formed in battle and training is one of the strongest. The hardest part of the job is leaving your family and in some cases losing friends while deployed. The most enjoyable part is that the Navy prepares you for any and all challenges that life may throw at you. You have a sense of confidence that many do not in the civilian sector.