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  1. 0 Where do you work at and what is your pt/nurse ratio? Does your facility do team nursing or primary nursing?
  2. Visit  AlishaNHayzley profile page

    About AlishaNHayzley

    AlishaNHayzley has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'med/surg, new FNP'. From 'Arkansas'; 32 Years Old; Joined Dec '02; Posts: 65.

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  3. Visit  Ariadne profile page
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    Quote from AlishaNHayzley
    Where do you work at and what is your pt/nurse ratio? Does your facility do team nursing or primary nursing?
    Nursing home in NE Ark. Ratio is about 25 residents to 1 LPN.
  4. Visit  NurseAsh profile page
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    nursing and rehab in SEA and it's 40 to 1 on the 3-11 shift and I forget on the 7-3... but let me tell ya it gets crazy I do a lot of 7AM to 11PM and having that many will make ya go crazy :chuckle
  5. Visit  missy2b profile page
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    Oncology 3-4 pts per RN, no LPN positions.
  6. Visit  Ortho_RN profile page
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    Orthopedics... can have up to 8-9 patients on a post op surgical floor
  7. Visit  superbratnurse profile page
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    I work at a LTC facility in North Central Arkansas, our nurse pt ratio 30-40 residents per nurse, depending on which area you work in the facility, at maximum census, the most residents a nurse could have is 48 on day/evening shift, and 60 on night shift.



    ~Brat
  8. Visit  christymwinn profile page
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    I work in ICU now. If pt's are true ICU then it is max 2 patients. If some are telemetry overflow patients, we can have 3 or 4 .
    I used to work med surg and we would have up to 6 on days and up to 8 on nocs. Hopefully we would have enough techs for support, but not always.

    Christine


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