After Graduation, What Unit Would You Like To Work In???

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Hello.....just curious of the differents types of units that people are interested in working in after graduation........

Me= N I C U !!!


408 Posts

I don't know yet. After my OR rotation, I became interested in possibly becoming a circulating nurse. I also think I might like L&D, but haven't done that rotation yet. I'm hoping I'll find something I am passionate about with in the next year!:confused:


135 Posts

I will be working on a cardiac unit starting in July. I went through 3/4 of my program before I found something that made me think... this is it, :D so don't worry, you will find an area that clicks during your rotation. I do recommend shadowing in lots of areas too.

I got to shadow a hospice nurse for a day last week and believe I would like to work in hospice eventually.

It's great that we all have such different interests, I would hate to have us all going for the same job! :eek:



115 Posts

Specializes in Med Surg, Ortho, Hospice, Home Health.

I'm thinking about Cardiology. But that may change after I start clinicals! I'm open to whatever grabs at me!


maire, ASN, RN

1,173 Posts

Specializes in Adult Med-Surg, Rehab, and Ambulatory Care.

My goal is L&D, but I would like to work any part of mother/baby care. THAT is my passion. :)


385 Posts

the or !!!!!


1,037 Posts

Well as of now L/D or Pediatrics... But who knows.. This is only our first semester and we did Geriatrics, and it isn't my thing... No telling where I will end up :)


137 Posts

:D NICU for me after graduation...that is where I wanna be. I had my mind made up before nursing school, and my choice has never changed :cool:


25 Posts

:roll :blushkiss NICU!!!! :roll :blushkiss NICU!!!!


6 Posts

If I could work on any unit, I think it would be Labor and Delivery.:kiss


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I want to work Med-Surg...I know nothing exciting

Specializes in Case Management, Life Care Planning.

The OR (ortho to be specific). And I graduate Friday!!!

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