Where do you nurse? - page 25

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   BeachNurse
    I am a clinical research coordinator. I work in an academic/clinic setting with a department of Pediatric Infectious Disease and HIV. Most of my patients are children but sometimes I see adults. I got my certification two years ago and I have become more involved in regulatory issues, including working with our IRB. In a couple weeks the CDC is coming to visit..SO exciting to me because I think it would be cool to coordinate studies for them. I love my job! I also do some Peds home health on the side a couple times a month.
  2. by   lifeisbeautiful
    in the recovery room at a very large hospital.
  3. by   anndoodle
    Hospital - geriatric/psychiatric area. Previously have been in LTC and physicians office.
  4. by   NurseFife
    I work at retirement community in Virginia.
  5. by   VivaLasViejas
    I've worked in LTC and assisted living, but I'm happiest where I am now, as a hospital float nurse (my specialty is Med/Surg). I just took the national certification exam, so I hope to have some extra credentials soon proving not only my competency, but excellence in my field.
  6. by   akcarmean
    [font=Comic Sans MS]I work part time in a home health care setting for a pediatric child. I also worked for the school district he went to and would go to school with the child.
  7. by   dphrn
    Outpatient chemotherapy infusion clinic. My most satisfying job as a nurse so far!
  8. by   cindyrn1
    I am the Mental Health RN at the Women's Prison in Missouri. There are two in the State and I work at the largest one. We have over 1800 inmates and over 800 of them have some kind of mental illness. I have been a Forensic Psych nurse for 8 years now and love it.
  9. by   kyti
    Part time house supervisor/part time PACU in mod. sized community hospital.
  10. by   erShocker
    My wife is foriegn service. I left ER nursing and now do clinic sytle nursing with a lot of classes in disaster and trauma. (think Nairobi and Dar-es-Islam as examples). Mostly sick kids and minor emergencies so far (Thank God!)

    Quote from beckymcrn
    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 where we deal with cancer patients from dr visits to chemo therapy and everyrthing in between and beyond.

  11. by   nowplayingEDRN
    Staff nurse in a 13 bed ER at a local hospital.....before that I worked for the DoD/Army doing ICU/PACU/Same Day Surgery with plenty of ER floats as well as filling in as Nursing Supervisor for the house.
  12. by   elnski
    ..in a special respiratory unit called the Non-Invasive Ventilation Unit...

    used to work in Pedia/Ob-Gyne/Med-SUrg....
  13. by   Ethel
    I work in an ENT and Maxillo-facial OR with 3 theatre. We do mostly day cases but also do the odd large case like Sagital split osteotomy and Le Forte osteotomy but these patients are nursed in High Care for one night then discharged. We also do the odd Rhinoplasty as well as a lot of sinus surgery and major ear surgery like tympanomastoidectomies and facial nerve decompressions.
    Quote from beckymcrn
    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 where we deal with cancer patients from dr visits to chemo therapy and everyrthing in between and beyond.


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