Where do you nurse? - page 20

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   Vadillo
    ICU as nurses and as study coordinator in clinical reserch
  2. by   jwhitrn
    Hospital. Med-Surg. Baylor Night shift.
  3. by   skrainbow
    I work for a small non-profit hospice after 18 years of working oncology in hospitals and chemo clinic
  4. by   NurseKelly03
    sicu on nights. love it!
  5. by   Passin' Gas
    CRNA, employed part time in hospital, do some locum tenens work. (similar to travel nursing)
    AF reservist
    PhD student
  6. by   skrainbow
    Casemanager for wonderful, small, not-for-profit, hospice.
  7. by   K8RN
    Cardiac surgery/Cardiology and half the floor is on telemetry... you never stop moving
  8. by   WendylouLPN
    I work Long Term Care facility, Geriatrics are a specialty... Charge nurse on second shift, 64 patients.... LOVE THIS JOB!!!
  9. by   wayover20
    Hospital, emergency room, full time night shift. I do a little bit of everything
  10. by   LPN216
    I work in the MDS department of a long term care/rehabilitation facility. Also ocassionaly pick up hours working for agency.
  11. by   melbnurse
    Absoloutely beautiful! Lucky you Tookie
  12. by   sleddogrn
    Hey there, I work in a Cardiac ICU in a teaching hospital. We do cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, including transplants, and somehow also wind up with lots of Medical, Surgical, and Trauma-Neuro ICU overflow... pretty good variety
  13. by   nursemaa
    I work as clinical manager of a 30-bed tele unit for the past 2 years. Previously was a med-surg manager, 3-11 & 11-7 clinical coordinator, and staff nurse ortho/oncology (23 years total).

    Hey Win, I know where Lake Milton is, not far from me!!