you never no what your day will consist of you can be working with someone who just had surgery or someone that needed one on one supervision.i learned different skills then in a nursing home such as ekg's and removing iv's i also learned to be flexible in my role as a nursing assistant. management was great and implemented a program "making a difference"where as if someone saw you going that extra mile they would write about it and you would get an incentive.the most enjoyable part of my job was the ability to be versatile within my scope of practice the hardest part of my job was the pay scale.
FMH was a good place to work. They expect alot out of workers and thats ok until it causes health issues for you and the patient. Its a job that keeps you on your toes and it could do with more opportunities to advance .