St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital - page 4
by limerick1913 12,671 Views | 34 Comments
Hi guys, I recently got a job offer to work at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital. I have to take their pharmacology exam. Anybody know any details about it? I have the packet that recruitment gave me but wanted to know more....... Read More
- 0Sep 21, '12 by caligirl87I noticed no one answered the original question about what to expect for the pharm test. I will be taking it in a week and I am nervous! Any advice would be great. I did get the hr packet but there are so many medications I dont even know where to begin. For the nclex i didnt study that much for meds because I figured i could afford to guess on those questions.. and it paid off!!
So if anyone could please let me know that would be great!!!
- 0Jul 14 by estrellaCRIn 2012 the open interviews were just walk-in at Roosevelt Hospital. I think they were every Tuesday AM. Lots of new grads show up. You go in, the recruiter talks to you and tells you to apply elsewhere because they have alot of new grad applications. This was without looking at your resume. At the end he collected the resumes and said HR will be in touch. And that was it. The only person that got an interview the same day that was in my open interview session was a girl whos mother works at St Luke and in the open interview she made this a highlight of her introduction during the open interview and the recruiter seemed to know her mother also.
So the open interviews are useless unless A) you have a family member working at one of the hospitals or B) you are an experienced nurse...they have separate session for experienced RNs and new grads. I dont know if two years later they still do open interviews or if it changed since the merger. Call HR and ask if they still have these.