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Joined Apr 2, '12 - from 'Hollywood, FL, US'. Vishwamitr is a RN. He has '15' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Psychiatry'. Posts: 158 (44% Liked) Likes: 178

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  • Oct 2

    It is common courtesy to anwer the phone and say that you can't work. No one is holding a gun to your head. Once they know that you cannot work, nursing office can scratch one name off their list instead of waiting indefinitely for nurses to call back. I always answer the phone or call back if I'd missed the call regardless of what my answer is going to be.
    Sometimes I've been in situations when we have been short and desperately hope that someone, just someone would be available. But not calling back or choosing custom ring-tone is just not my style.

  • May 10

    It is common courtesy to anwer the phone and say that you can't work. No one is holding a gun to your head. Once they know that you cannot work, nursing office can scratch one name off their list instead of waiting indefinitely for nurses to call back. I always answer the phone or call back if I'd missed the call regardless of what my answer is going to be.
    Sometimes I've been in situations when we have been short and desperately hope that someone, just someone would be available. But not calling back or choosing custom ring-tone is just not my style.

  • Mar 14

    Yes. Unfortunately, you are the only one. You are starting off on a wrong foot. I am not sure if nursing is for you.

  • Feb 15

    May I suggest that you try out Utilization Review nurse position where you do not need to do bedside nursing but rather deal with the insurance companies and physicians?

  • Feb 7

    May I suggest that you try out Utilization Review nurse position where you do not need to do bedside nursing but rather deal with the insurance companies and physicians?

  • Feb 7

    May I suggest that you try out Utilization Review nurse position where you do not need to do bedside nursing but rather deal with the insurance companies and physicians?



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