I have worked at Trigg since 2002, when I was in nursing school
. They were great about working around my schedule for school. I work nights, every 4th weekend so far and we are looking into some set scheduling now. Not a very big hospital, licensed for 25 beds and have a 3 bed ER, we all work together and for now we have to ride the bus for transfers that require ACLS protocol until February when the ambulance service goes ALS. I love it here, I feel like we are family. Pay is a little lower than some, although they have adjusted recently to be more competitive.
JSMC, I only work PRN and I run my butt off every time I am there. Not that I am a slouch at work, but sometimes the level of care of some patients really seem to require more than what scheduling has allowed. So far nice people, not all, but most. Great Supervisor on the floor I work on, very nice. Good PRN pay.
Let me know if you need more info.