I loved Diagnostic Clinic, the people who I worked for and with. They hit rough spots after being bought out by another company and became very shaky. With top doctors resigning, losing our company president with no warning it was coming, and fearful to open an email for fear of being given notice that my department was being eliminated (that didn't happen, just feared it would) it was hard to stay with a company that was uncertain of operations six months down the road. When I left, I cried and it made me sick to my stomach, but I have a family to feed. I can't afford to "go down with a ship" that I only work on.
It was by far my favorite job.
It was an awesome place to work, I loved my co workers and still speak to many of them and the pay was excellent.
It was bought out by another company that changed everything, including security of emplyment