Florida Nursing

  1. Does anyone here know of any hospitals in Florida that have a good New Graduate program? I am planning on moving to Florida soon and just want to start looking into some different hospitals. An info would be really great!
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  3. by   betts
    Orlando Regional Healthcare System (Orlando Regional Medical Center)

    http://aolsearch.aol.com/dirsearch.a...da%20Hospitals
  4. by   tlt24
    I was planning on going with Florida Hospital after school. They offer scholarship programs, loan forgiveness, and most important for me was their Critical Care Nurse Internship. Below is what their website states they offer as far as programs.

    www.floridahospital.com


    Florida Hospital offers many different training and educational programs in many different areas within the hospital system. These include clinical programs such as: Graduate Nurse Internship Program, Critical Care Nurse Internship Program, Operating Room Nurse Internship Program, Graduate Practical Nurse Program, Advanced Practical Nurse Program, and various Respiratory Care Internship Programs. Non-clinical programs include the 3 year Management Internship (Accounting, Finance, and Leadership tracts) and Student Summer Business Internship.
  5. by   -jt
    While youre all down there in Florida, why not take a moment to send a note to your state elected officials (including the gov) & tell them to support the proposed staffing ratio legsilation thats now being debated in the state legislature and to vote it into law. You'll benefit from already having this law in place when you get to the bedside......

    "Nurse Staffing, Overtime Bill Introduced in Florida -
    2/25/02

    A bill introduced recently in the Florida Senate would establish minimum nurse-to-patient hospital staffing ratios even more stringent than the ones announced earlier in California, while also setting minimum ratios for facilities other than hospitals. Additionally, this bill includes banning mandatory overtime for direct-care nurses.

    The proposed Safe Staffing for Quality Care Act, backed by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU/AFL-CIO), would set minimum nurse-to-patient ratios of:

    1:1 in operating rooms and trauma emergency rooms

    1:2 in critical care/intensive care, labor and delivery, and post anesthesia recovery rooms

    1:3 in the Emergency Department, pediatrics, and telemetry

    1:4 in medical-surgical units and intermediate nurseries

    1:5 in skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities

    1:6 in postpartum and well baby nurseries.

    The Florida Hospital Association opposes the legislation on the grounds that hospitals need the flexibility to determine staffing based on the condition and needs of patients, and the experience and education mix of the patient care team."

    http://www.Nursingspectrum.com

    Good luck ; )
  6. by   betts
    Bayfront Medical Center
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