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Johns Hopkins or Cleveland Clinic CVICU?

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RN New grad Aron has 1 years experience .

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I was fortunate enough to have two incredible new graduate nurse job offers. I have Cleveland Clinic CVICU and Johns Hopkins CVICU both main campus. Do you think both of these jobs will open up the same doors for future career growth? Do you think both have the same prestige? Will the learning experience be different at each? Which one would you choose and why?

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OUxPhys has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Cardiology.

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CCF has the upper hand here since they have been well known for cardiology. Johns Hopkins is phenomenal and that doesn't mean they dont have a great cardiology program but I think you will see and learn more at one of CCF's CVICU's. There are 5 of them at main campus.

Both will open doors down the line. Both are prestigious places to work. Learning experience will probably be a little different as each has their own way of training/teaching. 

I think it comes down to what your goals are down the line. Do you want to stay in cardiology? Do you want to get experience and then do travel nursing? Do you have plans for advanced practice nursing?

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