New Grad- ER Position

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    Hello,
    I just graduated from nursing school and I was just offered an ER job at a very busy children's hospital. I really wanted to start off on a med-surg floor to get experience but there are no positions available anywhere. I got offered this jobs with some inside pull and don't really want to turn it down as I will probably be left without a job but I am very nervous about starting off as a new-grad in an ER.
    What do you think I should do?
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  2. 10 Comments...

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    Take it. They will train you. It will be easy to switch to medsurg if you decide once you have experience.
    Lovely_RN and JM RN like this.
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    I agree, don't pass it up. If they want you, it means they are willing to under take a new grad meaning the extra teaching and so on. TAKE IT!!! So many us would LOVE to start out in a specialty area! Congrats!
  5. 0
    Take it, it's a good experience. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Too many new grads without jobs. Just do your best and good luck!
  6. 0
    TAKE THE JOB.

    I started out in ICU. They trained me. I love it.

    They will train you in ER.
  7. 0
    Ditto on what everyone else said! Take and run with it. Keep us updated on how your orientation goes
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    Take it! and Congratulations! They will train you like crazy before they turn they loose
    JM RN likes this.
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    TAKE IT! You have all of us jealous!
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    Quote from nursingfordummies
    Hello,
    I just graduated from nursing school and I was just offered an ER job at a very busy children's hospital. I really wanted to start off on a med-surg floor to get experience but there are no positions available anywhere. I got offered this jobs with some inside pull and don't really want to turn it down as I will probably be left without a job but I am very nervous about starting off as a new-grad in an ER.
    What do you think I should do?
    TAKE IT! You'll have your chance to go float in Med SUrg when you get in. I did my preceptorship in ED and loved every minute of it (12 HOur shifts). Good luck!
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    First of all: congrats! As a nursing student, I am truly inspired! Take the position, learn, get your experience! Woo hoo! You made it!


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