New grad who wants to be ICU, pls help! - Page 3Register Today!
- May 19, '12 by GrnHonu99We hire new graduates into the ICU. It just varies from hospital to hospital. You wont know how to move around until you get in somewhere. It is not impossible to move. If a hospital needs staff they will hire. However, as a new grad, just get in somewhere. You can move, maybe not right away, which is what im assuming your friend meant. Most hospitals have a policy that you cannot transfer within so many days. This is usually due to the high cost of orientation. I know at my hospital it costs about 40k to train a new graduate...so hiring you in and having you transfer is not economical.
- May 19, '12 by GrnHonu99PM me...where are you willing to move? I have 6 years in neuroicu at one of the top research facilities in the US. I also did travel nursing in neuroicu.
- May 20, '12 by jemmensold postLast edit by jemmens on May 20, '12 : Reason: old post
- Aug 28, '12 by sokoutureI have an interview at MCCG. What ICU do you work in? Do you enjoy working in the ICU?