Hi everyone, I am a new grad wanting to eventually get into hospice. I was told that LTC would be a great place to start....chronically ill, geriatrics, experience with the technical skills. I had an interview today, went very well....two hours long, they took a urine for tox, so I am thinking I may be offered the position. The facility has four wings: two are skilled nursing, one Alzheimer's, and one rehab. I was told there is one RN and one CNA per wing with up to 24 residents per wing....they are not at capacity right now. The DON said ideally, if the census goes up, she would like two CNA's per wing. I am terrified!!! 24 residents to do meds on, chart on, do treatments....and God forbid if there is a crisis! I know that once I get my feet wet, get organized, and get some type of routine, I will manage. Any advice for the baby nurse from my more experienced friends?