I will be the oddball and vote "yes" on this one. Just make it short and sweet: rotation, hospital & year. If you went to different units, included those. For my critical care rotation, I went to several units so I included all of those - PCU, MICU, SICU, CSU, ER. When I applied to a nursing job, they were glad I put my clinical experiences on my resume because they were going to ask me about them...so it was all there. Several of my friends also included their clinical experiences and their employers were pleased with that.
It can also help you stand out because not all nursing programs
are created equal. Not all programs have rotations in OB/peds or critical care, etc. So if they see one candidate who lists their clinical experiences but didn't have a rotation in critical care (and they applied for a new grad position on a MICU) and another candidate who actually had clinical experience in critical care, chances are they are going to interview the candidate with that critical care experience.