NY Nursing Student Seeking Information about working at John Hopkins
- 0Apr 27, '11 by MoejHello. I am a nursing student from NY who will be graduating Dec 2011. I have several questions regarding
John Hopkins (JH). I would like to work in NY as new grad for a year preferably in Pediatrics. I plan on moving to MD, so I would like to transfer to JH after my first year as an RN. I understand that I will need to get a licensure in Maryland in order to work there. I plan on paying the fee for the Maryland License. However, do I need to show proof of residency. Also, If I work in NY and I have 6mths experience can I apply to John Hopkins as a Per Diem Nurse? (meaning I would travel once a month to work on my weekends off, i want to do this so I can be familiar with the hospital as well as the location before I move) Unfortunately, I do not have any relatives nor friends in MD. I know this may sound a little strange. I am wondering if anyone has tried this before? I would really appreciate some advice. Thank you.
- 0May 4, '11 by RookWhy Hopkins? Those hospital rankings are bunk. They only have meaning if you have a one in a million rare disease or if you are rich and/or famous.
The only Baltimore hospital I know that hires new grads is Sinai. They are currently building a new Peds hospital too so there might be openings. Even if you can't get peds its easy to transfer to any dept after a year or so.
- 0May 4, '11 by MoejThank you for replying...JH is the only hospital that I am familar with. lol. Sinai hospital is located in Baltimore? How is the area by the way? I will def look into it. Most likely, I will be working in NY for a yr n then transfer...it would prob be easier that way. Sinai hospital is located in Baltimore? I will def look into it. How is the area by the way?
- 0May 4, '11 by klk5076I can't answer all of your questions but I do know that both Hopkins Hospital (JHH) and Hopkins Bayview do hire new grads. I graduated in Dec 10 and was recently hired at Bayview. I will be commuting from PA so you do not need to have proof of residency. As far as getting a license in MD you need to email the board of nursing requesting an endorsement for licensure unless NY is a compact state..in that case I'm not sure what to do. The MD BON site is confusing as licensure goes and from what I have heard they don't answer phone calls. I really like Baltimore..my sister is going to Hopkins for nursing now and I have visited her numerous times. There is a Sinai in Baltimore...other hospitals that I know of and applied to (meaning they didn't directly say no to new grads for the position) are Univ of MD Med Center and Mercy. I would call Nurse Recruitment and ask them for info..I can't speak for the other, but my Recruiter (and everyone else I have associated with in the hiring process) at Bayview has been extremely kind and helpful.
- 0May 8, '11 by klk5076Quote from MoejI know there was contact info for JHH nurse recruitment on the nursing jobs website when I was searching a few months ago. The Bayview Jobs site also has numbers/email for recruitment on the contact us page.Thank you guys for replying. I will look into the hospitals that both of you have told me about.
I plan on working in NY for 1 year after I graduate and then transfer.. If possible would any of you
be able to give me a contact info for the nursing recruiters?
- 0Jun 16, '11 by Lev <3, BSN, RNHi
I have a link to pdf with names of some recruiters. Search for maryland or md to find the local ones.
If you need the names of some specific ones at hospitals not on the list feel free to ask!