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Best teaching hospitals for new grads (peds)

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It speaks poorly to their job satisfaction. Kinda sucks that a facility with a goal of teaching new healthcare providers would have an environment that's apparently not a good learning environment.

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KelRN215 has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pedi.

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Ok, that's true but it seems to make sense to me that people who are dissatisfied with their employer would discourage others from applying/ taking a job at the same place.

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And that's fantastic and wonderfully exciting, or sad and disheartening that the staff en mass is unsatisfied with their employer?

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KelRN215 has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pedi.

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I don't really think it's either. It's honest. Some places are not good places to work and if employees from multiple disciplines tell a student "you don't want to work here", it's probably the truth.

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ShantheRN has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Pediatric Hem/Onc.

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You're in Ohio and you don't know a good teaching hospital in peds? Check the southern border :)

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smurfynursey specializes in peds palliative care and hospice.

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Look in to Shriner's hospitals - there are 22 around the US

If you want to be nice and warm :), All Childrens in St Pete, St Joes Children's hospital and Tampa General peds unit in Tampa are all excellent. Also Florida hospital for children in Orlando, and Wolfston Children's in Jacksonville, and Joe DiMaggio in Hollywood, FL are all excellent hospitals. I used to work at facilities that got many referals from TGH, St Joes and ACH. If you want to go to DC (I hated it there but to each their own) Look at CNMC and HSC, and in Baltimore UMMC, Hopkins, KKI, and Mt Washington Ped hospital

Good luck to you!

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I work at Children's Hsp. in Philadelphia, started 23 years ago. I highly recommend it! It is a little difficult to get into, but well worth the wait.

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