Latest Comments by fguy86

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Joined Jul 29, '08. Posts: 4 (0% Liked)

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    I know that it involves taking phone calls to see if the patient needs to come in or not, but I'm not sure I would know what to say! I am not sure what things people are calling in for.

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    That's great, thanks! Could you give me some examples of triaging? I am not familiar with that.

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    [font=times]hi,
    i am graduating soon with my adn and after being in a bad car accident, my professors are suggesting i work in a clinic for my health. does anyone work in a clinic? do they accept new grads? even if they don't, what are you day-day tasks that differ from working in a hospital?

    i want to relocate to nm asap, but i am sure i will need to have some experience first. i have worked as an aide for 7 yrs, gpa 3.7 and chosen by my school &went to a 3rd world country to provide services/education. i do not know if any of this actually matters when being hired. i am in my mid-20's and i do not know much about the hiring process yet! i am also going to start my bsn within a year of graduating. just curious about what my options are at this point. any advice helpful.

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    Hi,
    I am graduating soon with my ADN and after being in a bad car accident, my professors are suggesting I work in a clinic for my health. Does anyone work in a clinic? Do they accept new grads? Even if they don't, what are you day-day tasks that differ from working in a hospital?

    I am relocating to ABQ from out of state, so I may have to work in my current state first to gain experience. I have worked as an aide for 7 yrs, gpa 3.7 and chosen by my school &went to a 3rd world country to provide services/education. I do not know if any of this actually matters when being hired. I am in my mid-20's and I do not know much about the hiring process yet! I am also going to start my BSN within a year of graduating. Just curious about what my options are at this point. Any advice helpful.



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