I have a feeling that if something happens to my current job in the ER – considering that I haven’t been there for almost a year due to my Crohns – I might be able to submit my blog, or at least a select few posts in my nursing interviews. The more I talk about nursing on this blog the more I realize that I have an awful lot of great experiences behind me.
I’ve told you how I worked for a Plastic surgeon a few years ago right? I also mentioned how I set up his office from the beginning from putting together chairs, desks, setting up the computer systems and inventory systems, the safety controls, surgical equiptment, surgical supplies and even the website for the clinic.
Back then I was doing a lot of work on websites for different companies – I’d done web work for the pain clinic I’d worked in prior to my simultaneous jobs at the Plastic surgery clinic and the ER. I guess you could say I was specializing in Internet marketing for doctors. Yes, I seem to do a little bit of everything.
Heck, between the nursing jobs that I’ve had over the years, and the computer work that I’ve done creating, promoting and marketing websites for doctors, clinics, rock bands and private individuals on my days off, evenings and weekends, I suppose I could claim that I’ve had two careers running side by side all along. Which means that if I do end up looking for a new job I’ll be able to search in two very different fields won’t I? Muhahahaha