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I think there's always room to pick up the pace. When you have scared parents, the best thing you can do is reasaure them that their child is their number one priority and not leave them alone in a room for 50-60 minutes.

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Im used to working long hours, until the job is finished.

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How people feel about where i work is of no consequence to me. I would be doing what i love, ams if they had a bad experience, it's never a one sided thing.

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It's not the greatest, however, af long ad you have gotten your flut shots, are exposed to sick kids constantly, you'll adjust.

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I would implement a zone for each injury/sickness. I.E., the sniffles, the flues, strep throat, and ear infections all go in one zone. Sprains, broken bones, concussions, etc, in a separate zone. Anyone with a fever, nondescript abdominal pain, especially femles because that more often than not will require a pelviv exam and/or an ultrasound. It could be something simple like a bladder infection, but separating various maladies not only makes the patient more comfortable, but having zones cuts done on patient error.

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Ditto on that assessment test!!! What happened to Guthrie? Worked there for many years but communication is now lacking between employees and management. Employees used to be like family and more acknowledged. Moral is down. What happened to the days when you loved to come to work and most importantly “patients come first”.

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We don't plan on leaving Drum anytime soon so i would be here for while.

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The parents. I love kids, but as a mother myself, the panicking and worrying is much more distressing and distracting than trying to speak to the kid one on one.

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