There are some pretty standard ones and I usually get a variation on these.
1. Tell me about yourself.
2. What do you know about (type of unit, type of businesss, this company, etc)
3. What makes you the best candidate
4. Tell me about a time when you experienced a conflict with a co worker, and how you handled it.
5. What are your weaknesses
6. what are your strengths
7. why do you want to work here/do this type of work.
8. What will you bring to us (talking about assets)
9. What is your pet peeve
10. Tell me a story. (They may or may not say about what. If they don't, ask)
11. What did you like /dislike about your previous boss/job.
There will probably be sepecific questions about the job you apply for. Your availability, experience in specific areas.
It is very good that you are preparing ahead like this. Think about how you will answer these. Even rehearse. Don't be afraid to say that you do not know something.
Be prepared with several questions of your own. I usually go with a written list. This way when they ask what questions I have I can look at my list, because sometimes they answer almost every one of my questions before I get to ask. If there is nothing that they did not already tell you then ask for clarification of something already discussed or alluded to by the employer.
You are experienced so you already have some ideas about some of the things that would concern you. Like, patient ratios, type of nursing, CNAs, if you will be expected to take charge, ask about staff turn over, ask how long the position has been open, why the last person left, ask about overtime, and policies that you may be wondering about. Even if you already know a lot about this place it is ok to ask something you already know the answer to if that is all you have. Just ask some thing.