Quote from bryanleo9
I believe corrections experience closes more doors than it opens. Hospitals don't want you and you tend to just get stuck. Long term care is always an option, but that is not for everyone.
You are right corrections, even though we deal with drug overdoses and stabbings etc. does not count as acute care for Schools or getting hospital jobs.
Public Health, Juvenile Hall, Management RN in Corrections, Clinic Nurse (specializing in Peds, OB, High Risk OB, TB nurse, maybe County Hospital RN. Sometimes jails and prisons have hospitals/infirmaries (deal with Ortho, Infectious Disease, Drug Withdrawal, Psych, DM, cardiac, post-op (abortions, appy's , etc.), trauma during arrest - dog bites, shooting, Taser usage, Mace, Tear Gas, and Pepper Spray, etc.