It was a job not a career.
Sleep Technologist (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – January 19, 2019
I always arrived early, because I wanted to be ready to go when my patient arrived. I learned a long time ago, patient don't know what you do or don't know about your job, they just want to be taken care of in a thoughtful and compassionate manner and I tried to provide that to each and ever one I came in contact with. The support was not always their with the physicians and I think the communication from them could have been more positive. I spent over ten years in that environment so I bear some responsibility for some of the day to day events that happened. I feel the hardest part of the job was the long hours and feeling the responsibility to stay with your computer screens and not have one of your coworkers monitor them while you ate. The fun part of my job was on certain days I got to work with people I enjoyed because I appreciated their work ethic and attention to detail.
Long hours, with no real lunch break