How Do I Transfer My Texas RN to Missouri RN??? Afterwards.. any luck with JOBS??? - page 2
Hey all, I am a recent graduate of a nursing school in Texas and moved to central Missouri after getting married. I had planned to work in Texas until life changed it's plans and now am a new graduate (May) and am in the wrong... Read More
- 0Oct 21, '11 by estubbs07Thanks yall! I finally found the attachment with the "to do" of practicing in MO and called to clarify some things. I appreciate yall's help and man I wish I lived further south!
We are in central west missouri, im around warrensburg, lee's summit, and might consider some of Kansas city if I can't find anything.. and right now it's scarce.
I really enjoyed working in the NICU for basically 3 months in nursing school. It just became my nitch and i was blessed with an instructor that allowed me to go there a lot for clinicals, but unfortunately it seems everything here that is a specialty you need to have "experience" of at least a year in that field, but as the saying goes.. you can't get it without a first job!!
- 0Oct 21, '11 by elkparkQuote from BearishBobNot if the individual has moved from TX to MO (as the OP notes s/he has done), unless the person is also maintaining a permanent home in TX.If you have already passed the NCLEX and have an compact RN License in Texas, then you can practice in Missouri already