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What I learned on September 4th

on September 4, 2015

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One of my coworkers can collect supplies and start an IV in less than three minutes.

One checks in as many patients as me and still does most of the chart prep work before she leaves.

Another one comes in the latest, and no matter how many add-ons, maintains an uncanny sense of calm.

The fourth, she just stopped working Saturdays’ after doing it for almost two months straight. Few knew this.

The fifth nurse, I don’t know how she did it, but she gets away with calling people “Bunny” just because it appeals to her J She’s always smiling, I think that’s why.

The sixth nurse is somewhat quiet, but if you stand close enough, you can hear her humming a tune while she works.

*You out there with the broken wing, I think…no… As of today, I’m sure, a certain doctor is holding back on business until your return.

The eighth coworker, she needs to be cloned. Everyone agrees.

And the ninth one, as long as you give her 100% and keep “slacker” out of your job description, she’s got your back and won’t let anyone take you for granted. Don’t let her size fool you!


2 responses to “What I learned on September 4th

  1. that crazy secretary says:

    Send some of those nurses to my dept! 😉

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