Where do you nurse? - page 4

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   Cubby
    Where do I nurse? Usually at work!! Long time ago I nursed at home-when my kids were babies! Okay I admit I am a smarta**!
  2. by   MollyMo
    I work in a 171 bed hospital which is a regional medical center because it has a NICU. I work on a six bed interventional cardiology unit which right now used as overflow for the cardiovascular stepdown unit. They send the post caths to CVSD and give us inappropriate admits. But that's another thread.
  3. by   dachweiler
    I work in a 56 bed psychiatric hospital in Arkansas. My specialty is working with acute adult patients (nightshift on the concentrated-care aka "lock-up" unit).

    Several hospitals in a several hundred mile radius have closed their psych floors down so we have been completely full for several months (with patients waiting in ERs for beds).
  4. by   SmilingBluEyes
    two different community hospitals in the OB/GYN areas.
  5. by   jrock233
    56 bed LTC facility, but I'm ready to leave because there is just not enough to do.


    Tim
  6. by   karenelizabeth
    Originally posted by jrock233
    56 bed LTC facility, but I'm ready to leave because there is just not enough to do.


    Tim
    come and work with me Tim I've pleanty to do LOL

    Karen (always in need of an extra pair of hands )
  7. by   kaycee
    Community Hosp. ER
  8. by   LadieRn
    In a hospital on a Medsurg/ob postpartum floor
  9. by   teeituptom
    hOWDY YALL
    FROM DEEP IN THE HEAT OF TEXAS


    Work in a medium large hospital, full time ER nightshift, when there are fewer suits around, and more fun





    doo wah ditty
  10. by   kids
    Clinical Coordinator for a Peds HH agency (high tech-pvt duty). Just applied for a 1 year NICU internship...plan to go on for my Masters eventually (PNP)
  11. by   ERNurse752
    Hospital:
    After-Hours Occupational Health (set in the ER)...when I'm not taking care of Occ Health pts, I just take care of ER pts. Used to work full-time for the ER, but got burned out VERY quickly...so my current situation is nice...still get to do EVERYTHING, without as much stress and risk to my nursing license.
    Also work occasionally in CICU, ICU, CVRR...
    Would like to try L/D at some point, and maybe Peds or NBN...
  12. by   texoradon
    I live in Alaska came up as a travelling nurse 2 years ago ..Work for the state in a locked unit ...Boring ...so I do home health (wounds) on my days off ...
  13. by   uncRN
    i work on a 33 bed renal/gi unit. always busy,the days just fly by,anyone out there bored with their job?come on down to unc for some excitement! = )

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