I am interested in finding out whatever I can about these two areas. I am thinking of moving to TX after I earn my BSN this coming January and want to know what hospitals are known to be good as far as helping us new grads transition from student nurses to nurses. Decent pay and benefits are great, but I really want to focus on getting into a hospital that has a good preceptorship/residency/orientation program for new grads. I am also interested in going back to school to earn an MSN eventually, so I would like to be in an area and hospital that promotes growth within the profession and helps nurses achieve their goals in that respect.
Whatever information anyone can provided in these areas would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for taking the time to read my post
Aug 14, '09
Quote from CyclicalEvents
West Texas tends to be much more religious and conservative than the rest of Texas, which is a turn off for some. My Texas History described west texas as "a church on every block".
Yes, and we all have horses and cows hitched up to the hitchin' post in our front yards. Whatever!:chuckle
Last edit by LifelongDream on Aug 14, '09
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