I got in!!!

  1. I too have been standing on the sidelines just taking in the information, but now that I know I'm going to be part of the anesthesia world I figured it was time to start posting. Thanks to everyone for all the information that's posted, it helped tremendously during the application and interview process. I start in August at UNC-Charlotte/Carolinas Medical Center. I'm so excited I can barely stand going to work at my regular job now, I'm just ready to start school. I'm actually moving in May to take two core classes that are offered this summer. It's stressful but very exciting--thanks again to everyone for their help!!!
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  2. 9 Comments

  3. by   g8rlimey
    Congrats and good luck...seems like the time has finally come for everyone to find out where they are going...hope to see you posting.
  4. by   smiling_ru
    Congratulations! Welcome
  5. by   TheBrainMusher
    I wish you the best of luck! Congrats!
  6. by   Jedav
    Congratulations NCgirl!!!...Let us know how things go after you start!

    Jamie
  7. by   CorpusRN
    Congrats and best wishes!
  8. by   TraumaNurse
    Congratulations! Welcome to the BB too! I hope more of the other lurkers who are serious about CRNA school will join in as well!
  9. by   London88
    Welcome! And congratulations!
  10. by   2banurse
    Originally posted by g8rlimey
    Congrats and good luck...seems like the time has finally come for everyone to find out where they are going...hope to see you posting.
    NCgirl, congratulations!

    g8rlimey, I just had to remark on your location...I, too, am a big fan of MASH! Did you start your program yet? I couldn't remember whether you were accepted for this spring or this coming fall?

    Kris
  11. by   g8rlimey
    Kris:

    I start at VCU in August...my pic is of the old hospital at MCV campus of VCU. Very cool architecture kind of reminds me of Ghostbusters apt. building.
    BTW I just got the 1st season spec. ed. of MASH on DVD. I love watching the show for many reasons, but the main is because of how limited in tech. they were in those days, and some of the ingenious methods they came up with to accomplish satisfactory pt. outcomes before shipping them to Seoul. I know it's only a TV show, but it is written much the same way as ER is today, always had a physician consult on board for realism.

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