I'm new to Englewood area, and would like to find a position, preferably day-shift in Oncology. I worked a few years in an outpatient oncology center and loved it! The problem of course, is that I need employment sooner than later. I would love the luxury of waiting for an oncology position to open, but know that could be a while. I also have med/surg and a home health background, but my experience is rural. I have heard to avoid Swedish at all costs, and that the turnover is high. I have heard that Porter is great. I want to dismiss the negatives about Swedish, because I may have an easier time of getting a job there. Could anyone shed some light on these hospitals. Should I apply for a PRN position in Oncology at Porter to just get my foot in the door- or take a full time position at Swedish to gain experience at an urban hospital? Feeling a little lost here. Any personal stories would be useful. Thanks!