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- by clcstudent22307 Sep 7, '07Hello, I live in northern Illinois (Lake County) and would like to work in Kenosha/south Racine/Lake Geneva area. Any thoughts? I'm currently in school but looking ahead.:uhoh21:
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- Sep 19, '07 by jenj1928St Catherine's, part of United hospital systems in kenosha has a good nurse intern program once you begin your clinical courses. Plus the St catherine's campus is going to be going through some big expansion in the next 2 yrs or so, it might be a good time to get in on the growth! I think they're looking for cna's now too and they are flexible with school schedules for the most part as well. Check them out, just google united hospital systems in kenosha. HTH
- Sep 22, '07 by USA987Hey there,
Wheaton Franciscian All Saints in Racine also has a decent program for new grads....
What area are you thinking about going into?
- Oct 9, '07 by intuitionThere are 2 hospitals in Lake Geneva area- Lakeland Hospital and Mercy Walworth Hospital. I work in the ER at one of them, I don't think either really has a good program for new grads. I know Lakeland is always looking for applications and Mercy will take applications.