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Working in a hospital can be very hectic, but overall there is good organization.
Another positive of working in a hospital is realizing how your learning curve constantly is improving. I learned so much working in a hospital about US healthcare. I always ask questions and never think my question is stupid. I'm talking about asking questions from everyone in a hospital. From asking a maintenance person how they like some aspect of their job to asking a colleague a questions. I'm not shy and I find it helps to learn if I ask someone doing the job. Talking to leadership and supervisors is another way for me to learn about why things are told to us. Most of the times, changes happen because something went wrong or regulatory agencies dictate to the hospital. Because supervisors and leadership are always walking around, I'm able to ask questions which help me better understand changes as they occur. Being able to do that has taught me how hospitals operate. This helped me in my career advancements and help me be able to address patients with facts and not speculation on issues.