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what area/shift will you be working and when do you start? i will be working in the ccu 7p-7a starting june 21.... Read More

  1. by   RNIAM
    I will be working on a cardiac/step down unit. 11 to 7 am shift. I will start in July.
  2. by   Yvonne RN-2004
    Oncology 7a-7p
  3. by   LuvaNurse04
    Med-Surg, 7pm-7:30am, 3 12s/week(!). I start orientation on June 21st
  4. by   happystudent
    Telemetry/Med-surg for 8mos 3p-11:30p 32hrs a week Then downstairs in the ED (level 1) two 12's and one 8
  5. by   Harrison
    ICU at St Claire Hospital in lakewood wa, residency starts in August. I will be working 12 hour shifts and since I'm the newbe I'm sure I will be working nocs wich in the ICU is a good to start it is little less intense than the day shift.
  6. by   Love-A-Nurse
    bamagirl, if you don't mind me asking, what part of the state are you from?
    Quote from bamagirlrn
    me too, and i can't wait!
  7. by   BamaGirlRN
    I live in central AL, near Montgomery
  8. by   Love-A-Nurse
    thanks for the reply. i am from the birmingham area. nice to meet you!
    Quote from bamagirlrn
    i live in central al, near montgomery
  9. by   BamaGirlRN
    Cool, check your PM's!
  10. by   Love-A-Nurse
    i did, bamagirl.
    Quote from bamagirlrn
    cool, check your pm's!
  11. by   Maryspam
    Hi there! I tried post a new thread about this but for some reason I kept causing "fatal errors" -what's new right? I'm starting school in the fall. I intend to make nursing a part time career as our family business takes up much of the rest of my life. Does anyone know if a new grad can start part time or will I need to get full time experience first? Thanks -Maryam
  12. by   Love-A-Nurse
    where are our other fellow nursing grads! all the best to each of us.
  13. by   Love-A-Nurse
    much success in school.
    Quote from maryspam
    hi there! i tried post a new thread about this but for some reason i kept causing "fatal errors" -what's new right? i'm starting school in the fall. i intend to make nursing a part time career as our family business takes up much of the rest of my life. does anyone know if a new grad can start part time or will i need to get full time experience first? thanks -maryam

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