Where do you nurse? - page 11

I have a question for the polls I haven't seen here yet. Where do you nurse, hospital/homehealth/hospice/nursing home/ clinic? Second question what is your speciality? Me, I work in a clinic... Read More

  1. by   kmaryniak
    Hospital, staff nurse, NICU
  2. by   TNcanNURSE
    LTC specialized dementia unit
    which is a locked unit
  3. by   Little One2
    I have done camp nursing, community nursing, worked through agencies.

    Currently, I'm working on a medicine floor. This floor deals with mostly with cardiac, respiratory and GI conditions. It is a heavy floor. I have actually resigned from this unit. I have one more shift left.

    Next week, I will start my training in the ICU at another hospital.
  4. by   hapeewendy
    yeah yeah yeah traitor
    j/k
    our unit will miss you
    and I will miss you!!!!!!!!!!
    whens yer last shift?
  5. by   Little One2


    HappeeWendy,

    Hey there!!!!!!!!!!!

    I miss you already!!!!!!

    I have been working on your old team (5) for the last past 5 nights.

    FRIDAY JANUARY 3, 2003, is my last day. I will be doing an eight hour day shift.

    Where has the time gone?
  6. by   maggie7
    I've been in LTC for 8 years. Presently the charge on a 60 bed unit, 11-7, in a 200 bed facility.
    Adrienurse, what a beautiful facility you have. How old is it? Looks new. Nice outdoor areas?
    Hapeewendy, It sounds like you and your mom are pretty close. Will you miss her if you move to the states? Don't mean to be nosey.
  7. by   RNonsense
    I'm part-time on a Vascular-Thoracic ward in a large teaching hospital here in Canuckland...and also pick up casual ( you all call it per diem I think) at a 72 bed special care LTC facility.
  8. by   adrienurse
    Maggie. RHC was built in 97. It's nice to work in such a beautiful place. Only drawback is all the confused residents think they are in a hotel! LMAO. It has very nice outdoor grounds as well.
  9. by   bossynurse
    work on a mostly surgical med-surg unit. we get hysters, choles, appeys, colon resections etc. oh, and my favorite(not) gastric bypass. we also get the traumas that don't need to go to the unit. we are the biggest floor in the hospital so we get a lot of overflow with high census.
  10. by   cwazycwissyRN
    Always worked at hospitals. Hx. of med surg, ER, and SCU. Have been working OR for last four years.
  11. by   Medical Man
    I work 2 full time jobs. I am the ER nurse manager for an ER with 8 beds. I am a real "working manager" I work with the policies and memos that I write. I live by my rules. I am also the Cheif Flight nurse for Eagle Med. I must live with the memos of others so I know both sides of administration and I beleive it makes me a better manager for it as well. But patient care comes first then what managment wants. I also work OB.... And there is nothing natural about it....
    Last edit by Medical Man on Jan 7, '03
  12. by   BeachNurse
    I work as a clinical research coordinator with University of Florida. I am in the Department of Pediatric Infectious Disease, currently assigned to a well-child vaccine study for infants. I really enjoy it..
  13. by   jacolaur
    Clinical Research Co-ordinator for large Cardiology group.

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