I really believe that med-surg is one of the hardest nursing jobs
out there. Patient ratios are high. Patient turnover is high (discharge, admit, repeat). Patients have a HUGE variety of diagnoses and co-morbidities with which you must be familiar. There are a jillion meds to give, patients coming and going for procedures, teaching to do and psychosocial needs to address (hopefully before they "blow-up").
You haven't said how long you've been working, but since you refer to yourself as a new grad, i'm assuming it's only a couple/few/several months. The first year of nursing is hard for almost everyone. It's sweet that you are grateful for your job, but it's okay for you to be unhappy. It's very hard AND you're not doing the job you desire.
Stick it out for that magic year, then get into the specialty area that pleases you. When I found my niche, everything fell into to place and I loved going to work.