Beth Israel Medical Center - page 2
Does anyone have any information on Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City ( the one downtown at 16th and First )? I'm a New Grad, I just passed NCLEX, and I've been offered a job there on a... Read More
Aug 5, '06Quote from RNsRWeIf that's the case. that's unfortunate; I hope people will both receive and give tips/advice/info. here...perhaps the new grad can PM the op and see what's shaking...Well, yes, you have a good point. Only trouble with bringing up ancient threads for new posts is, oftentimes the original poster is long gone. Like this one: she hasn't posted since October of 2001.
Sometimes people post on very old threads without realizing the date; I've seen people debate issues that were made obsolete YEARS before!
Time to move on <grin>
Aug 5, '06Quote from JKRN05Actually NYU and Mt. Sinai does, but you have to have the experience.In response to another post, Columbia does hire ADNs. I think NYU and Mt. Sanai are the only ones that dont.
Aug 11, '06wondering if anyone knows anything about the beth isreal of 2006. i recently completed a travel position at roosevelt hospital and it was the worst experience of my life. 8-9 patients. nursing assistance cant even take blood pressures or accuchecks so in the morning thats what i am doing... along with giving meds and doing blood draws! they only have manual blood pressure cuffs at that! anyway way i am wondering if it is any easier at beth isreal because they have a travel position open. anyone know anything?