Hello - What state are you from? - page 5

Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.... Read More

  1. by   mega
    I plan to relocate to Las Vegas soon. Can anybody tell me how long will it take to obtain a license by endorsement? Does Las Vegas issue a temporary license for a RN? I would appreciate your input/s with regards to this matter.
  2. by   mistyday56
    Upstate Rural Ny ------ Uuuuuummmmmmm Fresh Country Air!!!
  3. by   obliviousRN
    Quote from efiebke
    Just want to say a WARM welcome to you!

    A long, long time ago, I used to be a musician on a cruise ship. We used to go to Alaska as part of the summer's run. Alaska was my favorite place to visit. I remember Sitka well! It was just a beautiful place to visit. Just beautiful.

    Anyway. . .

    Welcome!

    Ted
    I grew up in Sitka. My mother was a Russian Dancer and would do shows on the cruise ships that came in. Then she became a police officer LOL!

    Sitka holds a very dear place in my heart. I want to go back and visit so bad.
  4. by   mistyday56
    [font="lucida console"][color="sandybrown"] hello! i live in upstate ny. rural home health rn out of office located in oneonta, ny

    regarding justmeandmycat; - oh, i hear you on all the fun stuff you mention with rural nursing. get the same type of stuff here in upstate ny
  5. by   myrtlel
    Hi! I am a LPN in Arkansas. It is about as rural as you can get where I live!!:chuckle
  6. by   grammyr
    Hello, Louisiana here
  7. by   mtnmom
    Quote from ottis
    I live in middle Georgia in a town so small that we have one blinking caution light. Welcome aboard.
    what town would that be? I am originally from Macon but know the whole area well. now live in northeastern Ga (near Helen)
  8. by   kattben
    Hi all. i am also new to this site. I am a nursing student that will be graduating in May. I live in northern Michigan.
  9. by   moosemummer
    Northern New Hampshire on the Quebec border here! Closest hospital is 16 beds and is 30 min. away. We're an hour north of the northernmost McDonald's in NH, an hour north of the nearest traffic light, and 70 miles from the closest WalMart. We have to use old bag phones in the car instead of handheld cell phones (and the towers are bounced from Canada---talk about roaming fees! LOL!). I"m a CNA in LTC and commuting 1-1/2 hours each way currently to attend nursing school (the closest college). I want to do ARNP later and that is four hours each way so I'll have to stay there during the week, I guess!
  10. by   gradgitated
    Hello, Kim. I'm new here, too. I just graduated from a nursing program in Washington, but I live (and hope to find a great job) in rural Idaho.
  11. by   LADY55902
    hello everyone i am new to this site as well, i am from mn but live in tx.

    i got my rn last year last 20 years i was a lpn working in a small rual hospital,
    i am viewed here ina larger city as no nursing experience because i worked in such a small hospital, well iw ould take that rual hospital anyday over the larger ones. i just feel iwas a better nurse in a rural hospital than i am here in this large one,,
  12. by   suzy253
    The smallest state of the Union....RI the Ocean State
  13. by   natrgrrl
    Just moved from town of 500 to the big city of Omaha, NE. I'm still in school but my ultimate goal is to work somewhere in the Dakotas. Anyone have experiences to share about this area?

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