Arghhhh! Please help! Desperate!! - page 2
I'm throwing my pride aside and asking, no BEGGING that any employed veteran nurses out there help me out with jobs. I just passed NCLEX, have an ADN from St. Kate's with a very good GPA, and a B.A from the same school. I am... Read More
- 2Jul 6, '10 by CNL2BMVAMC is not a huge hospital, so a lot of our specialties are combined. Here is a quick rundown:
SICU (small-all surgical specialties)
stepdown (multispecialty mid-level acuity unit)
surgical ward (multispecialty, has tele beds)
medical ward (some tele beds)
polytrauma (mostly new war vets)
spinal cord injury (some vent beds)
there are also some LTC/skilled nursing beds -- 3 units of this on the first floor. One of those 3 is hospice focused.
And then of course, there is the OR, the PACU, the observation/short stay units (2), the ER, and all the clinics (multiple), the radiology suites, the cath lab, the endoscopy suites....
I am not sure who specifically is hiring but I think that the nurse recruiter could fill you in on what is open.
- 2Jul 11, '10 by MauriceRCI have been volunteering at my favorite hospital for a couple months. I mentioned to the charge nurse in my unite that i would love to eventually work at for them and a week later I got a call from HR asking if I wanted a job as an on-call CNA (I'm not yet an RN). The job they offered me was not even posted on their website. If the VA doesn't go through, I would recommend volunteering somewhere. I was amazed at how quickly and easily I made connections while volunteering.
- 1Jul 11, '10 by debi49