Caring environment, good team work, and gain more experience in a carefree zone..
I had the opportunity to learn how to better care for patients. I was able to help patients feel safe and assist them to my up most ability. I learned how to work in a fast pace facility, and experienced new procedures from the job.I learned how to do hands on carefully and professionally on patients with ECG's, assisting with stitching wounds, and data entry on patient records, etc. Co- Workers were helpful to answer any questions i had if needed, and was very friendly. I would get along with everyone in my work place.I really didn't have any hard part in the job. I handled work carefully and patiently. The most enjoyable part of the job was everything that had to do with being in a medical zone environment and being able to do something i love even if i didn't get paid. It was helping and caring to get things done and give a patient a well treated experience to make their life better. And because the medical field has a lot to do with my major in my career.