I had a lot of good co-workers, and realize I was fortunate (yeah- there were a few duds along the way- but the vast majority were really great to work with). :)It's hard to pin any one thing down. Probably the one I recall from the place I really miss is how everyone just worked together. I was in charge (no patient assignment), but would see everybody each shift. The LVNs, CNA, and unit clerk I worked with (and once in a while an RN) were SO great about just working as a team with repositioning ( a lot of ortho surgeries), post-op vitals, grabbing supplies, etc. It was a cohesive team. One of the most "organized" co-workers was one of the unit clerks I worked with. At first I didn't know what to think- LOL She would hurdle over my body to get the phone if I reached to answer it (trying to be helpful- :)). We got the territorial stuff worked out, and she was great. By the time I got the chart to check orders, she had all consents, blood consents, lab reqs, etc-this was before EMRs. And she got them RIGHT. We all had a sort of tongue in cheek nickname for her WCFH....Ward Clerk From H*** (she knew about it, and if anyone asked about who was there for the shift, someone would holler out "Hey, is the WCFH here?". For those who didn't know the whole story it sounded awful- but everybody groaned if she wasn't there.