Where do you nurse? - page 9

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   Tookie
    I love where l work so much and so proud of how attractive it is l thought l would post a picture or 2
    I wont be breaking confidentiality etc -
    Its a nursing home for 50 people (LTC) high care - very frail and high dependency (I also work at a hostel - low dependency and with the staff in the community - taking care into the home etc
    Anyway here are some exterior views of my nursing home

    Cheers
    Tookie
    Last edit by Tookie on Dec 4, '02
  2. by   Tookie
    2nd photo again taken from the outside



    Hopefully you can see our beautiful setting and some of the lovely trees that are around the facility
    Cheers Tookie
  3. by   live4today
    January 13th, I will start nursing again as a staff nurse on cardiology......luv the heart!
  4. by   Tookie
    OK that worked now one of the inside of the grounds -
    Again we have some beautiful gardens inside the facility for the residents to enjoy - it is also very nice for the staff to work in a pleasent surroundings
    Tookie
  5. by   Stargazer
    What a beautiful facility, Sandra!
  6. by   Tookie
    I feel like I am bragging - sorry about that
    Anyway these photos were taken in about Oct halfway through our spring - so all the azaleas and lot of the blossum tree etc were out - (these are just a couple of the photos l took)
    Last photo is taken from the staff room door - where there was a beautiful display of azaleas - I moght add our garden staff do change all the flower beds with a display all the seasons - this year is going to be hard for them (and all the home gardeners too) because of the drought and the water restrictions.
    Cheers Tookie
    PS hope l havnt bored you
  7. by   Scooby365
    I am the one and only ER nurse on the night shift in the only hospital in the county. SO when the SH-- HITS THE FAN......I'm it.
  8. by   teeituptom
    How do you make your scooby snacks??????????
  9. by   Jayne LPN
    Full-time at a 187 bed nursing facilty
    Part-time (weekender program) at a 400 bed hospital on the PCCU....

    And I love both of them....
  10. by   Ted
    Originally posted by Scooby365
    I am the one and only ER nurse on the night shift in the only hospital in the county. SO when the SH-- HITS THE FAN......I'm it.
    Our hospital only has one night nurse (RN) in its E.R. too!

    I work for a 5 bed (soon to be 4 bed) ICU/CCU for a small community hospital. This small, charming hospital services a rather large geographical area. . . which is probably the only reason why it stays open. Work the night shift (the ONLY shift I'll work in the health care industry). Love my job!

    I also do per diem work for a large teaching hospital. . . to keep my hands limber in the fast-paced health care field.
    Ted
  11. by   nurseman
    I work in an electroplating factory with about 850 employees.
  12. by   altomga
    work in a large 700 bed hospital that is the head of a large university health system. I personally work on a Medical Intemediate Unit; take vents, all kinds of gtt's, RF, CAPD, ARDS, you name it we got it. Work 7p-7a. Been on the same floor for 5yrs. :chuckle
  13. by   flaerman
    I work in an acute care hospital and have for my entire career, and for the last 5 years have been an ER RN. Have also done telemetry,med/surg,ICU, and oncology.---Paul

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