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could anyone help me out! im a new graduate nurse, i passed my nclex so the next step for me is to find the job... i dnt know where to look.. what requirements should i have etc etc?? and does anyone know any appropriate seminars and training and such for someone like me..
@beckieJ. I've been getting calls from recruiters.. So i think so far its good tmrw i have an intervw for a nursing home hope that goes well!!
You have 4 years of EXP theres lots of oppurtunities for you have you tried looking in community health network? And also take a look at thr IU health website..
Hello! Just to let you know, most of us grads from 6/2010 work in nursing homes....in fact all but two of us are in nursing homes. (I got a job in a doctors office) Most hospital jobs are requiring a BSN (I have ASN) or two years experience. I've just been applying everywhere and keeping my fingers crossed!
I work at St. Francis in Beech Grove (Indianapolis) and there have been many new grads (ASN and BSN) hired on my unit. They are working toward Magnet status, so your nursing program must be accredted by the National League of Nursing.
I, personally would stay away from Methodist (IU). I worked there for a short time as a Traveler and it was the most horrible job I have ever had. I worked on A 4 North, and to my understanding, that unit still has a bad reputation.