PP gave me my first job out of school. It's very fast-paced, very process-oriented. We see a lot of college-age students and teens, primarily. Some older adults, mostly in for STI screening.
I do UPTs and options counseling as well, Rx dispensing, education, rooming/exiting, follow-up, and labwork. I do the work of the CMA and the RN, as needed. There's a lot of cross-training, which I like a lot.
It's been a great first job, especially for learning how to work in a busy clinic. I spent today as the CMA, so I got pts into the room, did basic vitals, ordered and prepared CT/GC tests, ordered labs, gave Depo, drew some blood, and prepped trays for IUD and Implanon insertions.
I work per diem, so it's mostly picking up shifts and working for another nurse who's on maternity leave.
So far the patients have been really great and responsive.