I hope its ok to post this here. I just got back from Nashville, TN.....my hometown. I was reading in the paper and actually made some contacts w/ a certain hospital group that offers to pay for your tuition and living expenses once you are accepted into the actual nursing program at your school. My question is has any one done this? I am curious if they really pay for living expenses. I don't mind signing the agreement.....I just hope they let me transfer there. They have hospitals all over the US so I figure they might let me transfer to Nashville. At least I hope so I really don't want to work here after I graduate. Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!
Jan 9, '03
I would assume you would have to enter into a contract with a facility associated with the program. Not a bad deal if you are willing...makes me wonder why they are so eager to pay up? Has to be a catch.............................!
Jan 10, '03
Worth asking whether or not they'll contract that you will ONLY be assigned to Nashville. Definitely get that in writing. If everything else looks good and you feel good about it, since that's where you want to be anyway, why not. Just be sure to read the fine print.