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  1. Columbia Presbyterian Parking
    Nurses do get a discounted rate but I don't think students do. And for any of the lots, you either red to swipe an ID card or have a parking permit. You're better off looking for deals at other...
    Mar 1, '13
    Forum: New York Nursing
  2. How does New Grad or nurses decrease their tax?
    Buy a condo/house. Property taxes will make up 1/3-1/2 of your monthly payments, depending on what area you're in, and they're tax deductible. Contribute to a 401k, that money isn't counted in your...
    Jan 26, '13
    Forum: New York Nursing
  3. New Grad in NY looking for advice
    You definitely need your license first. I graduated in May and recently started my first job at NYP. NYU is closed at least until February, per nurses I know who recently left there for positions...
    Dec 24, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  4. NYP Columbia Orientation
    I am a new grad but I got my job through a good friend who has been there a very long time. That's pretty much the only chance new grads have right now to get a job there. And even after the manger...
    Dec 4, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  5. NYP Columbia Orientation
    It's M-F 8-4ish for 2 weeks of classroom then up to 12 weeks on 3 12 hour orientation shifts per week, length depending on previous experience. You start orienting on days and then switch to nights...
    Dec 3, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  6. New Grads at Albany Medical Center
    It took about a month for me to hear from tem, maybe 5 weeks. So don't give up! Make sure you're looking for postings tht say "new grads welcome to apply" or something along those lines.
    Oct 21, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  7. How to become a private duty nurse in NY AND is it something for new grads?
    In NY right especially if the OP is in the NYC area, there aren't always jobs to be found for new grads. And its doubly difficult for a new LPN, and even ADN RNs. Often people have to move (if they...
    Oct 16, '12
    Forum: Private Duty Nursing
  8. New Grads at Albany Medical Center
    Hi, nycnursey. I did have experience as a patient care assistant while I was in school. I was able to do a phone interview and then I went up to AMC to do a 2 hour job shadow. I did end up turning...
    Sep 17, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  9. Moving to NYC, need advice!
    The above posters are completely correct. I am a new grad with my BSN. I graduated in May summa cum laude, had experience working as an aide in the city where I attended college, did the clubs and...
    Sep 11, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  10. Are there any NY RNs working with a felony conviction?
    My mother is a nurse with almost 30 years of critical care experience here in the NYC area. She lost her job 2 years ago after being arrested for DUI. She has since gone through rehab and remained...
    Sep 3, '12
    Forum: Nursing Licensure With A Criminal History
  11. New Grads at Albany Medical Center
    11RN, thanks so much for answering! That makes me feel a little more confident about this. Do you know anything about the medical cardiology unit (D4N) or post cardiothoracic unit (C8), by any...
    Aug 9, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing
  12. New Grads at Albany Medical Center
    Hi, guys. I'm currently considering taking a job at Albany Medical Center. I live outside NYC right now but I'm moving because of the terrible job market. I was just curious if any other new grads...
    Aug 7, '12
    Forum: New York Nursing


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