This week, I’m grateful for having my new work already at St. Jude General Hospital and Medical Center.
Did you know? In the Roman Catholic Church, St. Jude is the Patron Saint of desperate cases and lost causes.
Another thing that I like about my hospital is it is just walking distance from where I currently live. So I don’t need to pay a lot for transportation, unlike before that I usually ride a taxi, which is very expensive.
I have been assigned at the Emergency Room. I just started last Monday, February 1, 2021.
The patients coming are not that many, so I have so many free time.
Most of the patients that come are OBgyne patients. Since, the hospital was well known before to be catering pregnant women til now.
I have been undergoing training from my senior nurses. I like them. Even though, we are short staffed. Since, we would usually be having our duties for 12 hours a day.
In the long run, I would be expected to just have my duty on my own in the ER. I’m really scared to be on my own, but since we are lacking in staff nurses; therefore I should learn how to be independent. Since, there’s not a surplus of patients coming due to the pandemic.
So, all in all, I thank God for this new blessing. Since, I would be having 3 days of duty per week. The other remaining days are my offs. Meaning, I have a lot of time to study and do my assignments and I have time for my relaxation and time for myself.
Thank you God. God bless also my readers.