Best Way to Let Management I'm Going PRN? - page 2

After some thought, I've decided to transfer to another hospital. (I have already been hired and start in 3 weeks). I do however love the hospital I am currently employed at and I don't want to leave... Read More

  1. by   naptimeRN
    I left a hospital for a job at a different hospital and asked to stay PRN. They have no problem letting nurses stay on per diem (saves them the trouble of hiring and training PRNS). The new job ended up not working out (grass isn't always greener) and I asked for my old position back. It had not been filled and I was given it back on the spot. It's best to stay on good terms. I imagine many hospitals are not as laid back in terms of allowing staff to change positions (like part time to pen), but it's worth a try!