On My Way
I spent most of yesterday at the VA Hospital having various tests performed and handing over copies of my fingerprints at the police station. I first met with a nice woman from HR who needed me to sign yet another form. She also informed me that I have more paperwork to complete on line. These forms seem to have no end.
She then escorted me to the clinic where I was evaluated by both a nurse and doctor. Among my many tests were an eye exam and a color blind test. My vitals were taken and I had a thorough physical from an incredibly kind physician.
I was then sent to another building to give blood so my titers to vaccines could be evaluated. Much to my surprise, a urine specimen was not collected. I feel like I’m being evaluated for a position within the FBI or CIA, not a part time job as a CT Technologist.
Every single person I encountered was genuinely kind. I was told it’s a great place to work and the campus is also very beautiful. It looks like this arduous pre-employment process will be well worth the wait.