Hey! Don't work there, but I turned down a job there early this year because I had already accepted a position somewhere else. I was also out of state, I applied online for a med/surg floor, I believed it took me less than 2 weeks to hear back. I was interviewed the following week, but they were very slow with offering me the position it took almost 1 month from interview to job offer. As a RN with about 4 years experience, I was offered $27.00/hr (give a few cents), and around $4.00/hr for night differential. The interview process included a computer based calculation test (some of the questions were about what medications would you expect a patient to be on based on his/her diagnosis), interview with the HR personnel, and interview with your potential manager. I was interviewed by 2 different managers, at the same time. Then you have to take a nicotine screening test, you have to do this whether or not you get the job, I believe it's part of the interview process. Also, the managers will setup a time that you will come in to "shadow" for a few hours, it's also another interview but with the clinical coordinator(s) and some of the senior nurses (I had 2 clinical coordinator and 1 senior RN interview me). Overall, not a bad process since I believe this was a way to wean out people who weren't the right fit, but somewhere between the manager and HR, someone didn't call me on time.
By the way, since I came out of state they allowed me to do the formal interview and nicotine screening during the same day and the shadowing later on that night.