Hello - What state are you from?

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    Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.
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    First off. . . WELCOME, KimRN41514! I see that you relatively new here! I hope that you find this bulletin board an informative, supportive and friendly place to visit!

    I work in a teeny-tiny-small and ever-shrinking rural, community hospital in the fine state of Massachussettes.



    Ted
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    Practice In Memphis, TN
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    Great State of Maine. Live 1 hour from the mountains, 1 hour from the coast, 1 hour from New Hampshire and the White Mountains, 2 hours from the Canadian Maritime provences, near the lakes..... no better area to be. We don't have earthquakes, hurricaines, mud slides, or major forest fires, just a little snow for much to long a Winter.... I can handle it


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    Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.
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    Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.
    Hi. I am a nurse in the great state of Georgia which is about as rural as it gets!
    Limik
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    Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.

    Arkansas...tiny little town in the boonies! Not practicing yet, I am a 2nd semester RN student.
    Tracy
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    Hi.. just an attempt to get to know folks better. Am curious as to what state you practice in. West Virginia here.
    Hello! I am also fairly new here and I, too, am in West Virginia. (Charleston area)
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    Yes, it is interesting to see where people are from. I am from Wisconsin.
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    I live and work as an LPN in a doctor's office in Connecticut.
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    Hi, I'm a nurse in a teeny tiny town in CT and I'm glad to have found this forum. Where I live, there's just cows, horses and snow (it's a-comin'!) You know it's rural when you're late getting somewhere because you're stuck behind a tractor being driven by a 12 year old. Got lost once in a forest for about twelve miles, gas tank on empty, cell phone with me but of course no signal...found my way out by driving down a logging trail. Still, I would find it hard to live elsewhere, because it is so beautiful.
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