Good Sam rn new grad postingRegister Today!
- by brendacg Jul 15Just wondering if anyone works here or has worked here recently, and would possibly recommend working there. I have an interview for a new grad rn posting which says csg admin. Not really sure what the csg admin part means? Anyways, any input would be welcome!
- Jul 22 by pexx84CGS Nursing Admin = Caritas Good Samaritan Nursing Department.
I'd be interested if anyone else knows anything about this new New Grad program.
- Jul 22 by LGD2011I've been offered this position at Good Sam. My understanding is they are hiring 20 new grads, will train for 10 weeks with a preceptor on three different med-surg floors, and then you become a per diem staff (no benefits, no guaranteed hours). This is a 3 year position, but there is no contract. If a permanent position opens up you can apply for it or if you find a position elsewhere can leave without penalty.
- Jul 22 by brendacgI went to the interview and was offered the position but passed. Personally, I can't afford to not have benefits or guaranteed hours. My commute would also be more than an hour, not worth it for me. But I have an interview at Spaulding so that's where my new hope lies!
- Jul 23 by pexx84You "passed" on a New Grad hospital position with formal training, for a whisper of a hope for Spaulding?
- Jul 23 by brendacgMeh. This girl has bills to pay.
- Jul 23 by BostonFNPI have some colleagues at Good Sam and they love it.
- Jul 23 by KelRN215Keep in mind that Caritas was recently purchased by a for-profit company, Steward Health Care. I've heard not great things about them. They've been closing units left and right at the hospitals they've taken over and seem to be in poor financial shape overall. They've made plans to close Morton Hospital's pediatric unit and Quincy Medical Center's surgical unit. There's been talk of Carney Hospital closing since they took over.