JJC 2013 Spring Nursing Applicants ? - page 18

by Gstar

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Hello - this is my very first time posting a new topic, hopefully I'm doing this correctly. Just wanted to see if there are any ladies/gentlemen out there applying into the nursing program for the Spring 2013 semester. We... Read More


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    Murse, you're so lucky to get into your doc so quickly. I have to wait two weeks. I did get the drug testing and CPR paid for today.
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    Where are you doing cpr at. I did mine at Edward Hospital, they have several dates and it is only 50 dollars compared to JJC 90 dollars, and it is a 4 hour class verse a 9 hour class at JJC. they are the same classes. It might be worth looking into. save you $40 and 5 hours. Here is a link to the class schedule. hope it helps.


    http://www.edward.org/cpr
    Last edit by Murse281 on Nov 14, '12
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    Has anyone heard anything about the shoes we are supposed to wear. they never mentioned it is the information session.
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    I ordered all my stuff got some stuff that cost more but it will be worth it at allheart.com the Littman classic se 2 has great reviews. I have a doc appointment Friday and I have to set up the other test. Thanks for the info I will look into Edwards and save $ I am registered at Jjc the Thursday before our big meeting.
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    Quote from Murse281
    Where are you doing cpr at. I did mine at Edward Hospital, they have several dates and it is only 50 dollars compared to JJC 90 dollars, and it is a 4 hour class verse a 9 hour class at JJC. they are the same classes. It might be worth looking into. save you $40 and 5 hours. Here is a link to the class schedule. hope it helps.

    http://www.edward.org/cpr
    Do you do the one for health care providers? And is this one acceptable at Jjc.
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    Yes, Edward is for health care providers. They actually have both. the website will specify which on is which. I showed my card to the department and they said it is the same one they give. I took the class a month ago. and the book you get is the same one everyone gets regardless of where you take the class, and Edward has a nice cafeteria.
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    Quote from Murse281
    Yes, Edward is for health care providers. They actually have both. the website will specify which on is which. I showed my card to the department and they said it is the same one they give. I took the class a month ago. and the book you get is the same one everyone gets regardless of where you take the class, and Edward has a nice cafeteria.
    Thank you I will be saving some money and getting it done quicker because I am going there.
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    Most local Fire Stations have the class for a discount to residence too. It generally is 50.00. That's the route I'm going, I don't live near Edwards. I think the information about shoes will prob be in the handbook when it gets loaded into iCampus.
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    Where ever you go just make sure it is american heart association. Some fire departments are red cross.
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    I just went to a place in Naperville around the fox valley mall to a place called scrubs etc to buy my shoes. They offer 20% for students all times and they have an email sign up when you text them you get an instant 30% off your order. I think their scrubs are better and they have scopes and blood pressure cuffs also. It was much better then life uniforms in Joliet. And did I say 30% off. Yeah me!!!
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