Can anyone give me insight to Marshfield? - page 2
What is the major industry? What are the schools like? Housing Market - cost of living? What are the hospitals in the area? Any insight would be helpful. I'm going up there in a couple of weeks.... Read More
- 1Sep 12, '10 by PMFB-RNQuote from Otessa*** With St. Joseph's Hospital there are no advanced practice nurse opportunities. In fact last year the hospital fired all of it's clinical nurse specialists.We are looking at moving to hometown of hubby) in the next 2-3 years.
I am looking at going back for my MSN.
What kind of opportunites are out there for Advance Practice Nursing.
There are opportunities with the Marshfield Clinic. Search on their web site to see what is currently available.
- 0Nov 21, '10 by etaoinshrdluRNI was a patient of a perinatologist at Marshfield Clinic and love them to death for the treatment they gave us (cerclage and monitoring). My husband had his LAD cleared out there. The topography of the place is boring and hard times are never far away (NW Wisconsin is bad, always), but it is the best place between Madison and Duluth for good medical care.
- 0Nov 30, '10 by PMFB-RNQuote from rachelshusband*** The hospital decided, in a move they claimed was for cost cutting, to get rid of their advanced practice nurses. About the only advanced practice nurses they employed where clinical nurse specialists. NPs & CRNAs are employed by the medical center, not the hospital so where not effected.What happened?
The CNSs where all let go. None of the ones I knew personally wanted to lose their jobs. If that isn't being fired I don't know what is. They where given severance packages.
That particular hospital is prone to chasing every fad that comes down the road for nursing, and then when they don't work out getting rid, or firing all those they hired to implement their programs. Nurses used to be treated OK until there was no longer a shortage of nurses, then the claws came out.
When I went to work there the unit I worked in had 27 nurse openings (out of 56 FTEs) and the nurses where treated OK. In 2010 the situation had reversed itself and there where no openings and plenty of applicants. The hospital started treating the nurses like they where expendable expenses. People who where in positions that drew higher pay, like weekend program people where fired for any pretext, or for nothing at all. Not all of them, just the more junior ones. The hospital also immediately ended it's program to pay for RN to BSN programs immediately after it got re-certified for Magnet.