Stuck in Med-Surg - page 2
I am stuck! I got this job as a new grad, been here almost 2 years its not easy getting hired as a new grad anymore and I hate it! Its medical renal oncology inpatient med-surg in a large hospital. Learned alot, been a great... Read More
- 0Apr 1, '13 by lmccrn62A second thought to your original post is nurses are everyone! We are the nursing assistant, lab technician, social worker, case manager, physician right hand, house keeper, dietary aide. If for one minute that changes in any other areas your mistaken. As nurses we are everything to the patient.
- 0Apr 11, '13 by cjcsoon2brn, BSN, RNQuote from hmnorwoodCongrats! Best of luck in your new adventure. Are you still working at the same facility or will it be at a new hospital?Well folks I am going to the cath lab! They offered me the position and I accepted. I better hang on to my hat because its gonna be a whirlwind!
- 0Apr 11, '13 by itsnoworneverI am in L&D completely unhappy, miserable, can't stand it. I took ACLS, PALS, EKG, ENPC, paid for and waiting for TNCC. Why? Because I know that's what they are looking for. I have a tentative offer. Waiting for HR to finish and get a written offer.
Posting from my phone, ease forgive my fat thumbs!
- 0Apr 13, '13 by hmnorwoodChris,
I will be moving across the parking lot. Its the same network but we dont have a cath lab in my hospital bc we have the heart hospital next door. Its got the lab, cardiac ER, daybeds, SICU, MICU and 2 floors of PCU. our network has 4 major acute care hospitals, north, east, south and heart.
I am so excited, I feel so lucky. I have ordered the cardiac cath handbook and am studying the meds and CV a&p.