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    hello, my name is cat and i would love to get to know other nurses from around the country. i am a supervisor in a neuro/truama icu at a level 1 facility, let me know how you all are doing where you are.

    thanks!!
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    About WikkedCat

    Joined: Feb '05; Posts: 9; Likes: 5
    Supervisor-Neuro/Truama ICU

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  3. by   txspadequeenRN
    Hello

    Great to have you here!!! I am from North Texas as well, small world. What city do you live in? I live in the small, but growing town of Joshua. I work as a Alzheimers/Hospice nurse at a large Alzheimers facility in Ft Worth. You will like it here , lots of great people....
  4. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Welcome to All Nurses
  5. by   WikkedCat
    Quote from txspadequeen921
    Hello

    Great to have you here!!! I am from North Texas as well, small world. What city do you live in? I live in the small, but growing town of Joshua. I work as a Alzheimers/Hospice nurse at a large Alzheimers facility in Ft Worth. You will like it here , lots of great people....
    Thanks for the reply, I am in Plano and work at downtown Dallas. Good to know you!!
  6. by   akcarmean
    Welcome
  7. by   Nurseinthemaking
    I am right here in North Texas too!!!! I am not a nurse yet, but in the process. I am in Nursing School and will graduate in 3 MONTHS!!!!! YAYYYYYY!!!!

    Do you know where a nursing student can go to work while in School. I am in LVN school and really need to start working now. I haven't worked at all during school, but feel like I really have everything under control now and am trying to get hired on at either JPS or Harris or somewhere local. I am doing my clinicals at Decatur but not sure that the pay would be enough for me to drive that far.

    JPS, called me today and said they do not hire Nursing Students anymore, because they end up losing them once they graduate. But the lady was really sweet and said she was going to talk to a couple Supervisors there to see if they would be interested in a Nursing Student. Crossing my fingers

    Do you have any advice?
  8. by   Rep
    Hello and welcome to allnurses!
  9. by   Tweety
    Hi!

    I'm working trauma-med surg.
  10. by   LPNtoRN1967
    Hello Cat.....I'm a LPN working in Maryland.......soon to be a RN
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