New York Presbyterian? new grad program? - page 3

I'll be graduating in December (I can barely believe it) and plan on moving back to NYC (currently in Nashville). Hoping someone wouldn't mind taking the time to answer a bunch of questions... ... Read More

  1. by   mcpnurse
    Hi, I am also very interested in working at NYP. Can someone please tell me the contact info for the nurse recruiter as well? Thank you!
  2. by   Ms.DreaRN2009
    I did a preceptorship at MS-CHONY,and I really want to work there. Would someone please give me the name of the preceptor? I would really appreciate it!
  3. by   88pomme
    Hi-

    Does anyone know if you need to wait until the 12 wk orientation is completed to use the NYP employee housing? Or, can you move in for the start of your 1st day?

    Thanks
  4. by   SlinkyheadRN
    wrong forum??
  5. by   setsunaminako
    Hi, can you PM the name and contact info of the nurse recruiter for NYP?
    Thanks in advance
  6. by   schwartza2
    oops mistake !
    Last edit by schwartza2 on Jul 19, '12 : Reason: mistake
  7. by   schwartza2
    opps double post!
  8. by   schwartza2
    Hi, I am a new grad RN and recently got my RN License. I saw your post and I know it was from '07 but I figured that I might as well give it it a shot as I was drawn to this post... My dream is to become a NICU nurse. I was wondering if you would have any suggestions on applying to NYP, specifically for the NICU. This is my dream job and I would love and really appreciate any assistance you could give me! I am new to this website so I can not send private messages but please email me atamanda.schwartz@scranton.edu. Fingers crossed for a response =)

    Quote from SteveNNP
    As a new grad in NICU here, you get a minimum of 18 weeks orientation, max 28. Most of it is clinical, but you do take NRP, CPAP class and breastfeeding/developmental care classes. I was able to go to our national respiratory care conference as well as cardiac care conferences here at Columbia while on orientation.

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