I would love to get advice from anyone who can help me out here! In my city, we are saturated with nurses, and I don't want to move. I have finally landed an interview on a med-surg floor. I already work in the hospital, but I am competing against other new grads who already work on that very floor as a tech! I got the interview because of many recommendations from other people who work in the hospital, but I'm obviously still up against a lot. This manager already knows the people who already work on her floor, and I don't know if she's trying to squeeze me in, too, or if I'm truly competing for a spot one of them might have otherwise. Anyways, I truly want this job for the education I'll get related to disease processes and also because I adore
this particular hospital and because this floor and manager have a great reputation. Can anyone give me any advice, particularly ideas of questions I might be asked? The new grads who already work on the floor will have a better understanding of the med-surg processes and diseases more than I will at this point (due to the position I currently hold in the hospital). My strength lies in my heart and compassion, but what else should I try to bring to the table? Thanks a million! I hope this won't
hut much! Thanks for your help!