Where do you nurse? - page 9
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
Dec 4, '02Occupation: Education Coordinator Joined: Dec '01; Posts: 1,192; Likes: 16I love where l work so much and so proud of how attractive it is l thought l would post a picture or 2
I wont be breaking confidentiality etc -
Its a nursing home for 50 people (LTC) high care - very frail and high dependency (I also work at a hostel - low dependency and with the staff in the community - taking care into the home etc
Anyway here are some exterior views of my nursing home
TookieLast edit by Tookie on Dec 4, '02
Dec 4, '02Occupation: Education Coordinator Joined: Dec '01; Posts: 1,192; Likes: 162nd photo again taken from the outside
Hopefully you can see our beautiful setting and some of the lovely trees that are around the facility
Dec 4, '02Joined: Sep '01; Posts: 16,606; Likes: 680January 13th, I will start nursing again as a staff nurse on cardiology......luv the heart!
Dec 4, '02Occupation: Education Coordinator Joined: Dec '01; Posts: 1,192; Likes: 16OK that worked now one of the inside of the grounds -
Again we have some beautiful gardens inside the facility for the residents to enjoy - it is also very nice for the staff to work in a pleasent surroundings
Dec 4, '02Occupation: Education Coordinator Joined: Dec '01; Posts: 1,192; Likes: 16I feel like I am bragging - sorry about that
Anyway these photos were taken in about Oct halfway through our spring - so all the azaleas and lot of the blossum tree etc were out - (these are just a couple of the photos l took)
Last photo is taken from the staff room door - where there was a beautiful display of azaleas - I moght add our garden staff do change all the flower beds with a display all the seasons - this year is going to be hard for them (and all the home gardeners too) because of the drought and the water restrictions.
PS hope l havnt bored you
Dec 7, '02Occupation: RN Emergency Room Joined: Dec '02; Posts: 14; Likes: 1I am the one and only ER nurse on the night shift in the only hospital in the county. SO when the SH-- HITS THE FAN......I'm it.
Dec 7, '02Occupation: ER RN Specialty: ER,ICU,L&D,OR,ETC ; Joined: May '01; Posts: 5,588; Likes: 566How do you make your scooby snacks??????????
Dec 7, '02Occupation: Hospice Joined: Dec '02; Posts: 103Full-time at a 187 bed nursing facilty
Part-time (weekender program) at a 400 bed hospital on the PCCU....
And I love both of them....
Dec 7, '02Joined: May '01; Posts: 12,079; Likes: 15,903Originally posted by Scooby365
I am the one and only ER nurse on the night shift in the only hospital in the county. SO when the SH-- HITS THE FAN......I'm it.
I work for a 5 bed (soon to be 4 bed) ICU/CCU for a small community hospital. This small, charming hospital services a rather large geographical area. . . which is probably the only reason why it stays open. Work the night shift (the ONLY shift I'll work in the health care industry). Love my job!
I also do per diem work for a large teaching hospital. . . to keep my hands limber in the fast-paced health care field.
Dec 12, '02Occupation: Staff nurse Joined: Aug '99; Posts: 320I work in an electroplating factory with about 850 employees.
Dec 15, '02Occupation: Nurse Practitioner Specialty: 20 year(s) of experience in Pain Mgmt, ICU nursing, L/D Nursing ; From: NC ; Joined: Dec '02; Posts: 478; Likes: 9work in a large 700 bed hospital that is the head of a large university health system. I personally work on a Medical Intemediate Unit; take vents, all kinds of gtt's, RF, CAPD, ARDS, you name it we got it. Work 7p-7a. Been on the same floor for 5yrs. :chuckle
Dec 17, '02Occupation: Neuro Telemetry Specialty: M/S, Onc, PCU, ER, ICU, Nsg Sup., Neuro ; From: US ; Joined: May '02; Posts: 153; Likes: 22I work in an acute care hospital and have for my entire career, and for the last 5 years have been an ER RN. Have also done telemetry,med/surg,ICU, and oncology.---Paul