Where do you nurse? - page 19

I have a question for the polls I haven't seen here yet. Where do you nurse, hospital/homehealth/hospice/nursing home/ clinic? Second question what is your speciality? Me, I work in a clinic... Read More

  1. by   kmrmom42
    I work in a community hospital on an LDRP (labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum) unit. We do everything OB related there. We do L&D, antepartum, postpartum, nursery and circulate for cesareans. It is a great job. I work with wonderful midwives and an almost all female staff of OB's (only one guy, he is in his glory!) We do about 900 deliveries per year and have a Level I nursery. That means if a baby needs NICU care we stabilize and ship.
  2. by   Sarah, RNBScN
    Nursing 10 years.

    ER permanent part time.
    OR, PACU, and OBS.
    Past experiences: Home health, Public health and industrial.

    Love the variety.
  3. by   Debbie, RN
    RN Case Manager for a Medicaid HMO-very different kind of nursing after 15 years in a hospital.
  4. by   BlueKat
    Insurance company - utilization review
  5. by   lowell00
    hospital, transitional care step down unit and love it. alot of hip replacements and knees and cabgs. I have been a nurse for 13 + years.
  6. by   soontoretire
    Orthopaedic unit . It's hard work, but I love it- most of the time anyway. I've been here for 30 + years.
  7. by   wif411
    I am a staff nurse in a long-term care/rehab center.
  8. by   numpty
  9. by   nessie
    Hi Becky, D I work in gynaecology, mostly nights but have to do a week of days once a month which I hate, at the moment I am fighting to stay on nights only, but so far, !!!nothing happening. love from Nessie
  10. by   Faby
    Hi Everyone: Working in a private hospital
    I've worked at Public Hospitals in ER( 7 years); ICU(6 years);Ob Gyn(4 years); now as Ob Gyn Head Nurse. What I love the most? ER of course.
  11. by   picu75rn
    I work in a hospital. Presently in peds,NICU some PP. Peds/PICU will always be my #1 love.
  12. by   stillcrazy
    I work in a Dialysis Clinic. We run 3 shifts of patients, 25 at a time, 6 days/week.
  13. by   LoriAnnRN
    I work in a county jail (3,000 inmates). My specialty is correctional nursing.