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Joined Aug 22, '11.
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I've recently landed an interview with Travelers insurance company for a CM position. If accepted in, it would be my first gig as a CM. I've been doing a lot of research as to what the job entails and the transition from a floor nurse to a CM. I was wondering, however, if anyone our there has heard of Travelers?? I've been researching online, but the reviews are very mixed. Not sure if I should disregard the negative reviews?? Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated!
Hello all! I am currently working at an LTACH (long term acute care hospital) but decided to explore other opportunities in my nursing career. I have a telephone interview with Traveler's Insurance company as a medical case manager. I am very interested in making the transition into that position from the floor. I am wondering how to interview for the position, as I have no experience in case management. Any advice geared towards insurance case management will be appreciated! Thanks in advance!
Hi Dawn73! Thanks for your feedback. I actually have an interview w/ CMC specialty next month. But i know that doesnt mean a job, just crossing my fingers!
Hello nurses! I am so happy to have finally landed my first interview at a hospital after searching for a solid year! Now, let's hope I get the job. I am relocating from NY to the Charlotte area very soon and received an opportunity to meet with Carolinas Specialty Hospital located within Mercy Hospital. I am aware that it is a Long-term Acute Care hospital, but am willing to take on the challenge. I only have RN experience at a clinic, but am so excited to have been given the chance to meet with them. any advice for me? Do hospitals train their nurses to start IV's? Here in NY they do not train us in school. should I get certified before even going into the interview? It's in about a month. Any advice would be appreaciated, thank you all in advance!
Thank you so much for your feedback lmandrade! Your comment actually lifted my spirits...it is crazy out there in general for anyone trying to find a job. I've been very aggressive these past few weeks with applying to the following hospitals you mentioned above. I am very excited for my family's new journey in North Carolina, because the cost of living up here is absurd. Even though the pay up here is higher, you still don't get to see your money! phew, anyway, I appreciate your feedback and I will continue w/ my job hunt ; )
Hi all! I am relocating to Mint Hill, NC (near Charlotte) in a few months from NY. What are some hospitals that are willing to hire an RN with only their Associate's degree? I have no experience working at a hospital, only a community health clinic for about a year. I'd appreciate any advice! It seems like there are more opportunities for a new grad everywhere else in NC BUT Charlotte area, but that's where my immediate family is right now. Thanks in advance!
Hello NC nurses! I am currently living in NY and I am having such a hard time finding a job in a hospital here! It's been almost a year that I've been looking and still have not gotten a phone call for an interview for a position in a hospital. I currently work at a nursing home. Long story short, my husband and I are definitely planning to relocate to Charlotte, for many reasons other than not being able to make it up in NY anymore (the standard of living is CRAZY HIGH). Can anyone please provide me a list of hospitals in Charlotte or near Charlotte (30mile radius)? I would greatly appreciate any assistance, thanks!!
I am taking all your advice seriously...can someone please tell me what makes the nursing world in FL so bad? Im just curious...besides the pay (which I know is obviously lower) what is it that makes it bad? I dont have anything to compare it to since I am a new grad, so I wouldnt know the difference between NY nurses and FL nurses right now.
Thank you everyone...it is bad everywhere then because it is taking me that long over here in NY...no one wants new grads, in fact I am working as an MA right now because I could not find a job even as an LPN or a PCA...there are hiring freezes everywhere here as well as major hospitals laying off hundreds of nurses a month. My only reason to relocate would be family and to get away from the tremendous amount of taxes we pay! For example, to live in a decent school district, the yearly taxes are $12,000 - $15,000 on top of your mortage payments, property taxes, etc.. Yes they pay more up here but you dont see your money. You would also have to save about $30,000 just for a down payment on a condo or house! I will do more research on FL nursing, and I appreciate your advice!
Hi all! I currently live in New York, but want to relocate to Orlando, FL...does anyone know if I should obtain a FL license before applying? Or is it "honored" over there? I apologize if I sound like an idiot w/ incorrect terms, I am a new grad amd don't really know much about relocating to another state...any guidance would greatly be appreciated!! Thanks in advance!
Hi all! I am a new grad (June 2011) and have already completed and passed the NCLEX. I just started my job search, and here is my question: would you guys recommend for me to continue to study while I am waiting for a job? I feel like I have forgotten everything already and it's only been a month since I took the NCLEX! I mean, I'm talking about the most basic stuff in nursing that is literally flying out of my window! What do you guys think? Thanks in advance!
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