I now belong to the working class. Woohoo!
Although it is just a specialty clinic for Orthopedics and Obstetrics-Gynecology, I'm thankful for it because I don't get to be stagnant. Plus, it's like an out-patient department, emergency room, delivery room/nursery, ward, and most importantly, an operating room rolled into one. And with that, I don't get to be bored because I won't do the routinary things.
Nakakatawa lang. I have been so open in my great dislike for OB-GYN. And now, it is kicking me hard in the ass because I have to deal with everything pink and squishy for 12 hours a day. Official na: member na ako ng vagina saving squad. Lol.
On a lighter note, it is a great learning experience because I already forgot a lot of things about Maternal and Child Nursing. That's one of the reasons why I took the job. I don't want to say that I hate it because I totally suck at it. Plus, I want to experience working on the different areas of concentration so that I won't get to satiated with just about everything. I also don't get to wear the standard white nurse's uniform and the cap. Haha!
With orthopedics, I don't have a problem because I'm used to exposed bones, blood and gore. That's where I'll get to have the "OR Experience" again because some surgeries like amputation, are done there. Ahhlavett!
And before I forget, I told some of my friends that when I get a job, it serves as my middle finger raised to the elitists and "the agency" that didn't give justice to what I have worked for. So THIS IS IT!