On a typical day at Karmanos, I would schedule at least 10 patient's surgeries, chemotherapy, and bone marrow transplants. I would contact the insurance companies and get approval, and contact the patient with all the information they needed when they checked into the hospital. The management staff changed often, it was hard to really get to know your manager because they changed so frequently. The hardest part of my job was watching people die daily for cancer related illnesses. I would develop relationships with some patients because they were in the hospital for weeks at a time. I enjoyed working with my team, and meeting new people often.