bhudgins 1,100 Views
Joined May 8, '12.
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I am having a hard time answering this question. I really do not know how to word it. Can you help me out. This is for a Nurse Practitioner.
List 5 things that would be instrumental to your success in this position. Rate them from 1 to 5.
Thanks in advance!
I would like to know if anyone has had an interview with Mount Siani or NYU Langone for positions as a NP. What does the interview typically consist of? What kind of questions do they ask?
Or if you work here currently or previously, what is your experience with these facilities (i.e. Pay, work load, environment)
Your comments are appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
I am in Alabama. I do not just want to take what I am offered. That's why I asking questions. I am new at this!! I just want to know whats common where I can ask for it soon because its a little bit over a month before I become fulltime and I don't want to be ripped off. I appreciate everyones input!!
Around 30 patients daily. All follow ups. $80,000 if salaried. W-2 employee. 2 weeks of vacation/sick leave. Other benefits include paying for my insurance. Im W-2 employee. They [paid for my malpractice insurance. I already had the other license.
I have been working as a NP for a couple months in a clinic part time at an hourly rate. I plan on transitioning to full time mid jan 2016. My options of ways to get paid is by hourly, salary, or the amount of patient I see. The person in charge of my salary has ask me to come up with a model if I was to get paid by the amount of patients I see when I become full time in the next month. This is really how he would prefer me to get paid. Has anyone ever been paid this way? If so, how did it work? I am just trying to the most I can because I see a ton of patients daily.
If anyone could give suggestions, this would help me a bunch. There is no lack of patients and I am only seeing follow ups and adjusting meds accordingly.
I actually work for St. Vincent's Health system right now. Although this may be true, I am still trying to find someone who could precept me in the Birmingham area for the RNFA part of my practitioner program. Any help would be appreciated!!
I am looking for an RNFA in the Birmingham area that is actually in surgery and one who is willing to take students. I am in the Acute Adult NP program at UAB. Just having a hard time finding an RNFA. Any suggestions will help! Thanks
Anyone in the adult acute care with rnfa program send me the course of study? I sent mine in without making a copy
I was wondering the same thing. I haven't received anything yet
University of alabama at birmingham has one
I got accepted too for Acute Care NP with RNFA. Im from the same area Earthsalt is!
Earthsalt it will not let me send you a message back. Message me your name I think I may know you
I did my undergrad studies at another university. It just let me create a BlazerNET ID and when I logged in it said my concentration was acute adult nurse practitioner with RNFA. So I guess thats good news?
"she" Thanks everyone!! hope my license will be posted by morning!
I took my nclex-rn today!! Cut off at 75 questions after an hour and a half. I have like 13 SATA and about 5 order questions..plus alot of priority and infection control. I thought it was really easy compared to what I have heard!! Got the good pop up too. I will be so happy when I get my actual license!!
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