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I work for them and the training is ok if you are not comfortable with working on your own yet they will keep you on orientation until you are comfortable. the starting rate for rns is 27 an hr and lpns is 20 an hr
o no its nothing like that it is more that you get oriented to the case that you are working on for a shift if you are comfortable or if you need more time you will be oriented to that case for more shifts
Hello there- just stumbled on this thread. I've worked on a burn unit for 3 years now. We have pts of all ages, so I have a bit of peds experience. I'm looking for a change of scenery. I think Starlight might be more my pace; I'm just not sure what a peds homecare rn does. Also I'm curious as to how much traveling is required. Anyway insight is much appreciated!!