Johns Hopkins new grad 2011 - page 7

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... Read More

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    My post was so jumbled. What I meant to say was I applied for RN Licensure endorsement in MD 4 weeks ago and now have the permanent license, although it needs to be renewed annually.
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    Ucfrn, did you apply for a peds position? I'm still waiting to see if I get an interview. My app was recently sent to the nurse manager.
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    Quote from mdgradRN
    Can any one tell me what is the medicine floor at JHH? Is the medicine floor same as med-surg

    Thanks in advance!
    They are not the same. At JHH Bayview, Medicine is two units Med A and Med B. The PCU is more intense medicine primary all cardiac on the 4th floor along with Tele. The Surgical floor is on 6th. Bridgeview is a medicine unit created for short stay/obs pt. most like r/o MI and such. The Surgical floor will get overflow from all over the hospital but for the most part the medicine floors just get medicine patients and occasionally surgical.

    Generally the surgeons like their pts. to be on one floor in one unit where they know the staff as surgical pts. have standard pathways where as medicine pts. are maintained by primary MD's and cared for during exacerbations of chronic conditions and they also like their pts. on one floor but the Nurse managers who assign beds have to put people where they can sometimes.

    Bayview also has a specialty burn unit, ortho, neuro, SICU,NICU,NeuroICU, OB/GYN and psych/chem depend.

    JHH has many many more departments and is a larger facility. Their departments are more specialzed rather than broad like at bayview.

    hope that helps!
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    Well, I did apply to a Peds position. I was contacted by a recruiter from Hopkins and she wanted to interview but Im waiting to hear back.. Its weird because they filled the position and then they contacted me by email to follow for an interview.
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    how long ago did you apply for the peds position.... also the time between applying and JH contacting u.
  7. Visit  ucfRN} profile page
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    I applied on 8/19 and I heard back 9/14 but I realize it's for OB/GYN (prenatal unit) and when I was emailed, I put Peds as my preference not OB/GYN.
    Oops
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    Quote from ucfRN
    I applied on 8/19 and I heard back 9/14 but I realize it's for OB/GYN (prenatal unit) and when I was emailed, I put Peds as my preference not OB/GYN.
    Oops

    I applied to medicine 9/05 today to find out the status, the person who answered to phone says it seems as though its on hold but let me transfer you to the recruiter.. I left a message.. Later today I got an email want to set up an interview.. I'm not sure what to make of it but B-more here I come....
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    Wow, that's great. I got an email a few days ago that the position I applied to was on hold too. When you called, did you get an email the same day for interview?
    Good luck and let us know how it goes!
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    Quote from ucfRN
    Wow, that's great. I got an email a few days ago that the position I applied to was on hold too. When you called, did you get an email the same day for interview?
    Good luck and let us know how it goes!

    I just read my post, sorry that it was unclear. I applied to a NURSE CLINICAN position on 9/05 on a medicine unit (can't remember location and I don't know how to look it up because it not posted anymore) I called recruitment and the girl that answered looked it up and said "hmm it looks like its on hold but let me transfer you to Barb, she is the recruiter". I was transferred and I got a voice mail. I left a message inquiring the status of the position. Later, the same day, I got an email inviting me for a personal interview and to reply with dates at will be convenient for me to come within 2-3 weeks because that is when they are scheduling interviews.

    I am cautiously optimistic

    Keeping my fingers crossed!!!

    Good luck to you to.. Hope we all make it...
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    Well sounds good. Ive been applying to The Johns Hopkins Hospital since April (before my graduation) and I've applied to a lot of positions (good or bad thing-i think it shows i don't have preference in a unit). But I do have preference in Cardiology, ICU and Peds.
    Im getting nervous. Its about 4.5 months since my graduation and I turned down an offer in DC since I want to be at JHH.
    Theres a Peds position thats up today, but I'm wondering if my preference ranking messed up my chances with the Peds recruiter.
    I should make a phone call to the recruiter on Monday.

    Any advice from anyone is helpful

    In the meantime, Wish me luck
  12. Visit  aNYTrini-n-FLRN} profile page
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    Quote from ucfRN
    Well sounds good. Ive been applying to The Johns Hopkins Hospital since April (before my graduation) and I've applied to a lot of positions (good or bad thing-i think it shows i don't have preference in a unit). But I do have preference in Cardiology, ICU and Peds.
    Im getting nervous. Its about 4.5 months since my graduation and I turned down an offer in DC since I want to be at JHH.
    Theres a Peds position thats up today, but I'm wondering if my preference ranking messed up my chances with the Peds recruiter.
    I should make a phone call to the recruiter on Monday.

    Any advice from anyone is helpful

    In the meantime, Wish me luck
    Hi there!!! Just checking in if you heard anything as yet? I know holding out for what you want in this economy can be rough.... Some people will say that we are "picky" because we know what we want.... Stay encouraged my UCF sister! Stay encouraged!!!
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    Quote from aNYTrini-n-FLRN
    I just read my post, sorry that it was unclear. I applied to a NURSE CLINICAN position on 9/05 on a medicine unit (can't remember location and I don't know how to look it up because it not posted anymore) I called recruitment and the girl that answered looked it up and said "hmm it looks like its on hold but let me transfer you to Barb, she is the recruiter". I was transferred and I got a voice mail. I left a message inquiring the status of the position. Later, the same day, I got an email inviting me for a personal interview and to reply with dates at will be convenient for me to come within 2-3 weeks because that is when they are scheduling interviews.

    I am cautiously optimistic

    Keeping my fingers crossed!!!

    Good luck to you to.. Hope we all make it...
    Good luck on your interview, please let us know how it goes....
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    Hi everyone I was contacted for an interview with the cardiac sicu. I provided the dates that I could interview two weeks ago. I was contacted back yesterday by the recruiter, who said the dates I gave her wouldn't work. She asked for additional dates. Hoping to still be considered, I responded by telling her I was available tomorrow or anytime thereafter that was convenient for them. Now, I'm totally freaking out that they're going to want to interview tomorrow! I know that I requested that, but I just didn't want to lose out on the job :\ I really feel like I need to prepare more for the interview. Do you think they will actually want to interview me tomorrow? So nervous about this this morning, as I try to cram interview info into my head. Any response is greatly appreciated! I'm hoping that those of you who have experience wiht JHH and interviewing can shed some light for me.


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