At most clinics I've been to its very routine and boring, but here everyone worked so well together. It was fun and we were able to get the work done so quickly because everyone helps everyone without complaint. If the phone rang and the person at the desk was busy, whoever walked by, no matter what they were in the process of doing, answered the phone, if there were voice mails or faxes to attend to they picked them up and filed them or called the patients back - even if it wasn't specifically related to their work. This is the only type of clinic I could ever see myself working at. No one acted like "that's not my job responsibility." It was a real eye opener to see people truly care about their patients and not look at their day as just coming to a job. They explained and took the time to describe their treatment plan and also details of how they might have obtained the disorder and extra information on how they could heal faster. They not only taught the patients and their families about the different dressing and options but went over them with me as well. They encouraged me to ask questions to them as well as the patients while in the room to help my knowledge and to help them understand better. They took every teaching opportunity possible, including letting me use the vibrating cast saw on a cast they already took off and placed in the sink so I could see what it felt like and how to use it. I have never seen such team work – you can tell everyone really enjoys their job and staff!