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- Hi! I am applying for the 2012 L&D June residency at Parkland, and was wondering if you ended up getting the position and taking it? I would love to hear more about it!
- I have not heard anything. Have you heard anything at all?
- I had an interview, but i havent heard when they are going to give out offers. i am trying to find someone who knows how long it usually takes or when they heard back.
- Did you go to the GN orientation? I was going to, but I had a test the next day (I live in Houston).
- No I didnt. I applied to other residency's but have only heard back from L&D. I called and asked them about the status of my application and the first thing they asked was if I went to the orientation. So it sounds like the majority of their interviews come from that. Disappointing. If you do not go to nursing school in the DFW area it is way harder to attend the orientation!
- I also applied at texas Health resources but have not heard from them either. I wonder when they will have another orientation.
- Sep 17, '12 by frylockholmesSorry I never came back afterwards. I ended up getting an offer, taking it, and now that I'm out of residency, I really really love the work I do. I got stuck on nights(hate it!), and I feel very tied down with the 2 year contract(which, by the way, starts AFTER you get out of residency), but I'm sure I'll feel better when my contract is up and I'm free to leave or stay(just having an option would make me feel better). Overall, I'd say that if you truly love your area of nursing and love providing excellent care to your patients, this is a good place to work, but if you came to get easy money, you will not like it here. You WILL work your butt off.
- Apr 18 by cbranch4Hi are you still employed there I have a interview, what should I be expecting in the interview? Will it start in June? Im graduating from a school in Memphis and I wont be graduating until May 31st and do you know any other places in the Dallas area hiring graduate nurses. I will have my Masters and license by the time I graduate.