I was there a few years back. HR was ignorant, as was the manager of the PCU/stepdown unit. It didn't seem like there was much to do in town, IMHO.
There isn't much to do in town. And it is very difficult to get hired at this hospital unless you already have experience. The hospital is making it extremely difficult for newly graduated RNs to get hired. They put you through some difficult 20 questions (or more) in the interview---a lot of scenario questions, such as what orders would you expect to receive given this list of s/s, etc..., ...and if you did work somewhere else before coming to this hospital, be prepared for: "And why did you leave your last job?" questions. They really dig pretty hard.