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donna67

63 Posts

2fly I sent you an email

NMlpn2rn do you live in Ocean County?

I just turned down a job with Advanced Pro Home Care in Brick.

It's easier getting a job a job with an agency before working for a rehab.

I got lucky and my first job was in a rehab. It's not an easy job. I work with TBI, and DDD, and spinal cord injuries.

One of the agencies I work for has enough LPN's.

Tomorrow is my orientation for the 2nd agency so when I go there tomorrow I'll ask if their looking to hire any additional nurses.

Someone that I graduated nursing school with just got hired with an agency in Whiting.

Good luck, I know how much frustration I went through when looking for my first job, but once you start working, it's easier to find work.

Merlyn

852 Posts

Specializes in none.

Yes I do

donna67

63 Posts

Home Care in Manahawkin has a sign out front for hiring LPN's.

Wound Care, hospice, meds admin, etc.

NMlpn2rn

19 Posts

Home Care in Manahawkin has a sign out front for hiring LPN's.

Wound Care, hospice, meds admin, etc.

Where in Manahawkin is that? Is it just called home care? Is it ” right at home” that's located above the mrs.walkers ice cream shop? Thanks for the heads up!

RNFiona

211 Posts

Specializes in ER. Has 13 years experience.

Not even nursing homes or home care? That is suprising. My brother has cerebral palsy and gets home care nursing and all of his nurses are LPNS

donna67

63 Posts

Once you get your foot in the door of lpn work many new doors open. This is what I have experienced anyway. Good luck to you all