Where is everyone working? - page 3

Hey everyone! Where is everyone planning to work once boards are finished? Me? I'll be in the CTICU at a large teaching hospital. Good Luck to everyone in their new jobs! Pokey RN... Read More

  1. by   J Lynn
    Thanks for the thought. I'm not familiar with how agencies work, so that's why I haven't sought them out yet. But I do have two interviews tomorrow :hatparty:

    I'll let you know how it goes.
  2. by   J Lynn
    i accepted a job today!!!!! it's a small rural hospital (25 beds). everyone seems real nice....like a family. i'll be on med/surg and sometimes nursery. i also get to rotate other departments during my orientation (er, icu) which is great for an lpn.
  3. by   NurseKate
    Quote from j lynn
    i accepted a job today!!!!! it's a small rural hospital (25 beds). everyone seems real nice....like a family. i'll be on med/surg and sometimes nursery. i also get to rotate other departments during my orientation (er, icu) which is great for an lpn.
    congratulations! you seem excited! sounds like you will get exposure to several different areas, which will be to your advantage.

    as to go with the topic of the post, i am working on a surgical intermediate unit in a big teaching hospital. it seems pretty interesting, but very challenging. from what i have seen so far, it seems the staff is used to new grads and supportive of them. it's exciting!
  4. by   Mrs.Yost
    I will be starting in September as a GN in the Trauma ICU at a large teaching hospital in Chicago!
  5. by   pokey sn
    Good luck J Lynn!
  6. by   Harrison
    Started an ICU residency this month. I had hospital and nursing orentation this week. The class room portion startes next week, 3 days a week and one 12 hours shift in the unit. I was able to work the previous two week in the CCD which helped me get my feet wet. So, life is good.

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