Always learning something new
Adventist Health - Independent contractor (Current Employee) – Ukiah, CA – April 15, 2018
A good day of work for me is that I've learned something new. In order to understand what the speaker has said, I've had to do research of some type or another. Quite typically, my shift is split. Afternoons, I do the diagnosis and microscopic description for the grossing of the day before. I either do gross reports in the evening or first thing in the morning, just as long as they're in by the time the pathologist gets into the lab in the morning. The hardest part is we all have to remember I live 3 hours ahead. On the other hand, that's also one of the best parts of the job. It does give me more flexibility. The most challenging, and enjoyable for me, is switching between two different pathologists. It keeps me on my toes (fingers).
Good crew with which to work, mostly a team effort.
One of my pathologists refuses to dictate diagnoses and microscopic descriptions.