Grady Hospital....... - page 2

HELLO NURSES I did a post about a month ago stating that Im very intersted in moving to Atlanta GA well I currently work in a hospital in South Carolina...but by the grace of God recieved a... Read More

  1. by   A&OxNone
    Grady is talked about a lot on the Georgia part of AN.

    Being a fellow Georgian, I go there a lot.

    Plus, you'll find better people to answer your questions.

    Good luck!
  2. by   cohrn
    Check out www.gradydoctor.com. I just found her blog and think it's wonderful. Best wishes!
  3. by   NRSKarenRN
    merged with other grafy thread in our georgia nurses forum.
  4. by   bobs201
    @ Channell check ur P.M.
  5. by   sassy123
    Hi, Channelle

    Congrats on your new position with Grady. Yea!!!!!!!!!!!!! must be very exciting. I was wondering what was your interview like? I have an interview with them next week. I'm kind of nervous. If you have any insight I would appreciate it.. I'm currently reviewing my interview skills and hope to make a great impression. If you fill uncomfortable with answering on public web site, I can give you my email address.... Thank you...
  6. by   HeadRNBSN40
    ChannellR.N.

    Howdo you like Grady? What floor did you get an interview for and how was it? Was it a peer panel or just you and the Director? I got a call from Grady for an interview and was trying to find someone who went through my shoes. Its for the medsurg/trauma floor, have you heard anything about that floor by the way.
  7. by   GualEri
    Hi there! I came across your post while searching interview tips for Grady in Atlanta and was wondering if you have anything to share? I have an interview tomorrow for an ICU position and wanted to get an idea of interview question and the structure of it? Any info would help!! Thank you
  8. by   hurleygirli1
    Anyone? Anyone? <chirp chirp>
  9. by   T-Bird78
    Grady is vital to the state of Georgia and is a level 1 trauma center with a fantastic burn unit. They always have financial issues because they accept pts regardless of finances and insurance. They have several outpatient clinics for the neighborhood and see many indigent pts. I've always heard that if you can work at Grady for one year, you can write your own paycheck anywhere else. Good luck and enjoy it! You'll see and experience a LOT!

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