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Companies that hire nurses on probation?

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by zlisazRN zlisazRN (New) New Nurse

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Please if you know of any companies that hire probationary nurses let me know! I'm having a heck of a time....does anyone know if Kaiser Permanente hires them?

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hppygr8ful has 18 years experience as a ASN, RN, EMT-I and specializes in Psych, Addictions, Elder Care, L&D.

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In my own experience Psych facilities and dialysis clinics seem to be the most forgiving. Kaiser is a highly sought after nursing job as (At least in California) they are the highest paid in the industry. It never hurts to apply but don't get your hopes up. Are you on the OIG exclusion list?

Hppy

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OK thank you:) What is the OIG exclusion list?

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hppygr8ful has 18 years experience as a ASN, RN, EMT-I and specializes in Psych, Addictions, Elder Care, L&D.

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If you don't know what the OIG exclusion list is it's safe to assume you are not on it. Nurses who have been accused of certain crimes of moral turpitude can find themselves on this list which prohibits them being hired by any organization that receives federal money ie… Medicare or Medicaid

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On 4/8/2020 at 10:03 PM, zlisazRN said:

Please if you know of any companies that hire probationary nurses let me know! I'm having a heck of a time....does anyone know if Kaiser Permanente hires them?

(From DUI. )

What state are you in? It will help to know, so other nurses from your state can reply.

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Oregon

On 4/11/2020 at 3:19 PM, hppygr8ful said:

If you don't know what the OIG exclusion list is it's safe to assume you are not on it. Nurses who have been accused of certain crimes of moral turpitude can find themselves on this list which prohibits them being hired by any organization that receives federal money ie… Medicare or Medicaid

In the state of Oregon, yes. Any probationary RN cannot work in those funded facilities 😞

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I'm on probation with the Mississippi BON for 2 years. I found a great job as in infection control nurse at long term care facility- its a small one and its a great place to work!   Good luck!  There are places who hire nurses on probabion - as long as you aren't on that OIG list! Good luck to you!

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Thank you. How do I know if I'm on the OIG list?

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Google OIG list and search your name 

you would’ve been notified by the attorney general's office  if you’re on it 🤗

OIG exclusions list to be exact 

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by WAM New Nurse

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I am on the OIG list and I will be in monitoring soon. Do you know how to get off of that list? Thanks

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hppygr8ful has 18 years experience as a ASN, RN, EMT-I and specializes in Psych, Addictions, Elder Care, L&D.

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Go to 

https://exclusions.oig.hhs.gov/?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

Click on Exclusion tab and then Apply for Reinstatement 

It will explain the process. I don't know how long it takes but maybe someone else on the forum could step into the conversation.

Hppy

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