Anybody working or has interviewed for St. Barnabas in the Bronx?? HELP!! - page 4

I interviewed yesterday. I am a new grad. I got an email from the person who interviewed me in nursing administration and they said that they had forward my resume to HR and that I will get a call... Read More

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    I am waiting on my references to come back. I was told that orientations will be july 14th. I came in for an interview after calling the person that was in charge of staff development and education( really nice women by the way) we went over what the hiring process entailed and how long it would take( pass math test, pass background check, pass physical, and reference check) I took the math exam that day and found out the next day I scored in the high 90's. the math test was pretty basic and i was able to use a calculator. If you can't pass this math test then you probably don't know the very basic things a nurse should now, new grad or seasoned nurse. I was told that I had to have another appt with HR dept which was very pleasant( she was also very nice) I filled out my reference info which they send the old fashioned way through mail with a lot of character check list questions. I also had a physical scheduled for that day which was intense, she took like 8 tubes of blood. Then I did drug test which was basically urinating in a cup( while the nurse was in the bathroom) lol. I was notified about my background test and drug test and physical the following week. I am still waiting for my physical which I know that at least one facility has received. I was a LPN for 10 years and only worked as a RN for 5 months in a HD clinic. I kind of had a hook up with the interview but I definitely sold my self on the interview, prayed about it and made sure I stayed positive. I did most of my clinicals there during nursing school so I know what to expect. I landed a job in Med-Surg which I think is perfect or me. I feeling blessed. Good luck to all!
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