I worked for Rooosevelt Hospital for 16 years. During those years
Mangers and our bosses, clinical managers, and over 22 pharmacist
were the utmost light of my mornings. I was embraced with joy to get into work everyday.Staff meetings had breakfast and Doctors were on grand rounds in the mornings.Updates,memos and discussing
different departmental needs to all technicians and pharmacist.
From the morning to evening we communicated to balance our duties
from night and evenings and evenings to night and night to mornings.
Our managers trained in detail for better understanding what standards were required, Yes, I loved it there.
I went in with alittle and ended up with a lot, more than any technician can dream of today. I became the Senior technician and lead students and interns as directed by my managers. The feeling was that they trusted that I would guide and train them very well.
The hardest part of the job was to be focused at all times.
Medication errors can cost someone's life, there was no time for mistakes. The most enjoyable end of my day was when I get to go home, no -one called out sick and I didn't have to do another 8 hours. However, If I did, .......I did with a smile!
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