Moving to Kane County in February-where should I work?

  1. Hello!

    I'm from PA-lived in Milwaukee for the past year, now heading down to St. Charles, IL. I have 2 years med/surg, and telemetry experience. I'd like to do either ICU or hospice. (Quite the extremes, I know-I'm so torn)
    The closest hospital to where I'll live is Delnor. About 15 minutes away is St. Joseph's Trauma Hospital. Can't seem to find any hospices in the area.
    I think there is also a train station right in town. How long would my commute be if I worked somewhere in near Chicago?
    I just don't know the area at all-and I also read that it takes forever to get my license switched over.
    Any ideas for me or opinions on the hospitals listed?

    Thanks in advance!
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  3. by   jesusluvinmamaof3
    Have you tried Sherman Hospital? My grandma lived in the Dundee area, and when she was dx with cancer, she had hospice care for her at her home, and I believe she went through Sherman Hospital. Sherman is in Elgin, off of rt. 25.

    Oh and welcome to IL, hope you like it here.
  4. by   Jolie
    I would recommend Rush-Copley, Edward's Hospital and Delnor.
  5. by   blackIrish
    Thanks for the replies!

    I already sent my resume to Delnor. Waiting to hear back from them.
    I will send my resume to the others listed as well.

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