Johns Hopkins new grad 2011 - page 14
by sbostonRN 58,262 Views | 142 Comments
Hello Maryland nurses :) I'm from the Boston area, graduating with my ADN in May. I applied for the JHH clinical nurse residency program and I just got contacted for an interview! I don't know when it will be yet but I'm very... Read More
- 0Sep 17, '12 by akajorhi Stepherburg1
I graduated in 2010 from the Philippines. My first job ever was at a long term care / rehabilitation facility here in NY from feb-july 2012. The recruiter said things about the units like Sub-Acute unit, Vent Unit...etc. I'm not familiar with the units in bayview medical. Is this a nursing home facility of the hospital or clinical rehab? Because she said it's not an acute care but a post acute care setting.
thanks for the info.
- 0Sep 26, '12 by akajorthank you stpherburg!...Is it a good start there? i just had my phone interview there last Sept 17 and the recruiter was very nice to me. she said she'll get back to me in a week after she forwards my application to the nurse manager. but until now i havent heard anything. should i call her? I'm really paranoid if i got the job or not.
- 0Nov 6, '12 by akajorHi Pokytrokyt!
Does JHH accept only graduates in this country? I've applied to 3 Nurse Clinician positions but all I got was rejection messages in the status of my application. How do they really get to notice you? I mean, this is my 4th month mark of being unemployed. I feel like giving up already.
- 0Nov 7, '12 by 06CaliforniaRNI work at the east Baltimore campus but from what I know Bayview has a full range of services/units. By no means is it a rehab facility or "sub acute". It is the adult burn center for Maryland, has a long-standing OR residency for nurses, etc. Definitely study their website a little bit to find out more about their services if you are interviewing there.
- 0Feb 6, '13 by andazolaJanuary 15---Applied
January15---Nurse Recruiter e-mailed saying they are interested and asked when I want an interview.
January 15--I replied and ask for Jan. 22nd.
January 16---Nurse Recruiter confirms Jan.22nd but asked that I call on Jan. 18th to make sure Nurse Manager confirms since I was out of town.
January 18—called nurse recruiting office and had the approval to come in Jan.22nd for interview
January 22---I had my interview on the medical ICU and 2 hour share time.
February 6th---Official letter being accepted for the position.
February 8th---Scheduled for Occupational Health
If anyone has more information on Occupational Health day as what to bring, wear and your experience….that would be nice. The same for Orientation please. Maybe some tips what you really must bring that would made these two processes (occupational health and orientation) easy. I wish everyone great luck. I know it’s hard out there.
- 0Nov 19, '13 by rubyagnesSweetie85,
What did your Nursing portfolio look like? I'm starting my RN program in the Spring, and instead of waiting until the end of my program to make my portfolio, I'm thinking I should set things aside along the way as I'm working through the program. Was your portfolio 8x10 or larger? Did you assemble it like a term paper?