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Hello. How are you? I am a registered nurse in Houston, Texas. I will be moving to Chicago this summer. I need to find a job in Chicago. But I have no contacts. and still trying to figure out how to... Read More
0Ok I will keep on applying. Thank you for your help. I do have experience with electronic charting
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0Quote from Bells23Some of the major magnet hospitals in Chicago are Rush, NMH, University of Chicago, Children's Memorial, RIC, and Advocate Illinois Masonic. There are a few more though. The hospitals in Chicago are looking for experience, certifications, BSN, leadership, and community service. Make sure to highlight these areas in your resume.
Transferring your license is a pain, but easy enough. You will need to go to this website:
Click on the appropriate "written application" link for your licensure. Then, choose the "endorsement" application. Print and follow the steps for the endorsement requirements. Make sure to send everything in a neat package, otherwise receiving your license may be delayed.
Hope that helpsThank you for your help. I do have a BSN and eight years of nursing experience. I also have leadership experience. I would like to work at University of Chicago in the research department. If you have any tips I would really appreciate it.
0Quote from MrChicagoRNA few suggestions:
Check the web for Advocate Healthcare, Provena, Adventist, Edwards, in addition to whats above (some are in the burbs)
For LTC, try Manor Care
Lots of Chicago area listings on Monster.com
Chicago-Land is huge. Any specific areas you are focusing on?
Thank you for your help. I would like to work close to downtown Chicago. I am interested in working in a hospital as a CM, UR or Research nurse. Is it hard to get a job in the hospital setting. I am interested in University of Chicago. I would really appreciate any advice.