Hello Allnurses, I am lucky enough to get a job interview for an ambulatory care job, should I get it things would be great as I'm tired of looking and the job market in California is awful. I believe the job will probably be in a in an Infusion Center (PICC line insertion, removal, cleaning, wound care, etc) or GI lab that is part of the main hospital building, I'm not sure just yet which will be something that will be cleared up in the interview and with questions. Anyway I'm willing to take anything up to this point. I'm just wondering if Ambulatory Care counts as Acute Care and whether it will be easy to work my way into Intensive Care as I need it to apply to CRNA School and that is one of the few fields along with ER and Cath Lab I was truly interested in. Most places in the area require 6 months experience before you can even apply for their jobs and was wondering if the experience I earn while on the job will allow me to easily apply for jobs if moving units and positions within the hospital system isn't a possibility. Also first interview, any tips? I do have some managers who are said they would contact me about possibly filling a Med/Surg job or E/R job but those are just prospects.