Would I be a good candidate to start LNC? - page 2

Hello there! I am currently in an RN program for my ADN. I graduate in May. I worked at ** ******** in the OR as a PCT for 6 months and I most recently worked as a PCT in Neurology at ****... Read More

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    Hi all

    So, here I am graduating on Monday with my ADN...based on your feedback and my own research, I decided that becoming an LNC or Case Manager from home would have to wait. So, I decided to stick with what I love, the OR. I have had two interviews for perioperative programs and I'm on waiting lists for three others. I may still look into LNC...later. We shall see what happens. Of course, until I pass that NCLEX, everything is on hold anyway. Also, I realize by choosing the OR I might be 'pigeon holed'...but, I enjoy it so much, I might just make a career out of it and eventually get into a level 1 trauma hospital and go for my RFNA. Only time will tell.

    Also, I have very thick skin and I'm a very positive person...so, if I come across as a 'know it all' I am anything BUT. I just simply don't like being told that I "can't" achieve something...I don't accept that...however, I am realistic and if I really want something I will work my behind off to achieve it. So, thank you everyone for taking the time to respond and give me feedback...I appreciate it! The good, the bad, AND the ugly...as well as the positive

    Sincerely,
    Michele
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    Hi all! Update I have been formally offered a job in the OR!! They are holding it for me until I pass my NCLEX. So, looks like I will be an OR nurse. I'm very excited! So, off to the OR boards I go...but again, thank you for all your feedback. <3
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    Quote from michele742
    Hi all! Update I have been formally offered a job in the OR!! They are holding it for me until I pass my NCLEX. So, looks like I will be an OR nurse. I'm very excited! So, off to the OR boards I go...but again, thank you for all your feedback. <3

    All's well that ends well. Congratulations!



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