Hello Olive RN! I don't have personal experience with working on those units although I did go to nursing school
in SA. I will tell you that my friend works at Methodist Metropolitan, and she doesn't like it very much...she's learning A LOT, which is the only thing keeping her there! She's noticing that the main goal on her floor is to get them out to the med-surg floors as quickly as possible, and sometimes has concerns on patient safety in regards to nurse-to-patient ratios. Probably due to it being a for-profit hospital...
On Methodist Specialty and Transplant, one of my instructors said that he really enjoyed working there because you really see patients getting better, and you have that satisfaction as a nurse knowing you had something do with that. This is just his personal view of it. I believe he worked in the ICU.
...please take this insight information as you wish. Having two places to decide is a blessing in itself. I'm sure whatever you choose will make a wonderful nurse