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- Dec 15, '07 by Annya2Thank you for the information! I have been checking around to see which hospitals offer the Periop 101 class that you refer to. The AORN organization highly recommends it, as it's a great stepping stone to educating staff, having higher retention rates, etc.
- Jan 12, '08 by altus bulldogAnother hospital that has not been mentioned is Childrens Mercy Hospital. There are two campuses, one close to KU Medical Center (12 minute drive from 75th and Metcalf area to the parking lot), and a smaller campus at I-435 and Roe. The only one with ICU's is the main campus. It also is a Magnet hospital and Trauma center. It is currently expanding the ER, and adding an Eastern Urgent Care Center in Lee's Summit area or there abouts. It is a teaching hospital and allows their employees all kinds of growth opportunities. The benefits are great. And I agree with kcalohagirl and anotherneonurse: STAY AWAY FROM HCA! You will regret moving here to take a job with them.
- Aug 17, '10 by krallenQuote from Riker3looking for lpn's in kansas cityMy husband and I may be moving to KC soon and I was wondering about the area hospitals. I am an experienced (6yr) RN in an SICU at a Level 1 University Trauma Center. What would be KC's equivilent? What is pay? What is the city of Mission like? What hospitals do you recommend?
- Aug 17, '10 by krallenlooking for lpn's in the kansas city area