I was just hired at a Dr.'s office to be an IV RN. 3 days a week to do IV Chelation, ALA and IV nutrition therapy. Thought this was my dream job. This is a small practice. Just me, the Dr. and a receptionist. Finding out my responsibilities start with vitals, IV's, patient monitoring then... I also have to do all scheduling, referrals, fixing 176 charts, labs, (little things like scheduling sleep studies for a pt who is going out of town 150 miles away). I am supposed to do all of this while monitoring the pts that are getting IV's. Check on them every 15 minutes, hydrate them, feed them, toilet them all while doing office work. Ok so far it is all tolerable but today Dr. says Tues is the day I will have to take over OSHA for the office too. The only thing I know about this is that it is major and a lot of work. I know there are only 3 total workers for this office but he is talking Hippa, OSHA, MSDS and blah blah blah. Can anyone tell me what I am going to have to do. I really got suckered into a job that I did not sign up for. The part time hours just doing IV's sounded great and I agreed to take a huge pay cut due to the simplicity of the job description. I am being paid $20 an hour for the IV stuff. All this other stuff I am going to have to start from ground zero. No one ever even starting record keeping. This is a new office but WOW I don't have a clue. Will this make me an occupational nurse with such a small number of staff. Please am I crazy to take this extra or should I tell him no not without more money.