I guess I have a kinda unique situation. We are in a pretty small town, and a pretty small hospital. Most of the nurses on the floors graduated from the program that I attend now, so we are more like "sisters"
We trade stories about professors, classes, clinicals, and everything... We make fun of how Kirksville "sucked them in, they came in, and never got back out".
Almost all of the docs here are Osteopaths, and are really open to the "holistic" approach to medicine. Most are really nice, and give good feedback, with the occassional exception.
Most of the female docs were nurses first, then stayed in town, and went to med school (Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine).
I do see a little difference when the students from the community college come. They are not really rude to them, but they are not as willing to help them either. Its sad, but i guess since we basically all went to the same university, its a little like a sorority, and the CC students are not really part of that. Students from the two groups never really mingle, its not encouraged, and we are always so busy, its hard to find time to socialize. Sometimes we all go out to the bars together, but that is pretty rare too. Fun when we do though, unless someone starts the "my program is better than your program" arguement. The mood shifts, and its not as much fun.