Yes, I've checked out the hospital's web site, and they give very brief descriptions (geared towards the parents, really, not at recruiting staff) of the units. However, since I've never worked in Peds, I was really looking for some information from those who have. I called the recruiter today, who was SO nice (aren't they all? *lol*) and I have to admit, even though I'd take a job in housekeeping there to get away fom my current facility, it was wonderful to, just for half an hour, be greeted with such warmth and enthusiasm. I have an appointment for next Monday morning to go down, take a tour, get info, and fill out an app. I've sent an email to a friend from nursing school who's been working there for a year and a half now but have yet to hear back from him. Personally, it helps me to hear outside experiences because it allows me to formulate my own questions about the units. I'm interviewing them, too! :>) Since my experience in Peds is very limited (clinicals in school and pulls twice in the last 16 months) I thought I'd seek advice from others who could help steer me in the right direction. For instance, when I came to work at my current unit, I knew little about the NICU or what would be important to me, and therefore had only general questions regarding staffing, patient load, etc. Having worked there, I now know that if I could re-do my interview and hiring experience I would have been much more inquisitive regarding other important issues, such as the hospital's philosophy regarding their NICU patients and families, teaching opportunities, developmental care efforts, etc.