zeeeny 637 Views
Joined: Mar 17, '17;
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Wondering if someone can give insight into nursing at NYP Queens/New York Hospital Queens. Just interviewed and was offered RN position in ED. What's the work culture like? Salary and benefits? Are nurses treated with respect?
Wondering what new grad salaries are now - 2016/17.
Wondering if there are any nurses on here who work for either Mt Sinai or Memorial Sloan Kettering, and can offer some insight into what it's like working at these hospitals. I am a nursing student who is interested in these two hospitals. Why do you think your hospital is a good work environment, how's management, pay and benefits, etc. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
Yes, same here. The program receives hundreds of applicants and apparently only 2-3 people are chosen. Also, program starts in August. I'm going to keep it as an option but not solely relying on it.
Does anyone have any insight on the NYP Cornell Emergency Department Nurse Residency Program? All I can find on the NYP website is this little blurb:
ED Nurse Residency Program
The NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Emergency Department (ED) Nurse Residency Program provides a one year comprehensive orientation for new graduate nurses to prepare them for a career in our Emergency Department - a Level 1 Trauma Center, Stroke Center, Burn Center and Psychiatric Receiving Center. Our one of a kind program includes a “mile in your shoes,” a monthly rotation of 20 specialty areas including ICU, OR, EMS, respiratory therapy…etc. In addition they will participate in the UHC/AACN Nurse Residency Program and enjoy biweekly ED education days. The Nurse residents will graduate with experience in all areas of emergency medicine, a chosen mentor to guide them throughout their career and a staff position in the ED.
The application went up March 10, 2017 and I got an email March 13th that they have received my resume and will review my qualifications. I'm a new grad RN who passed NCLEX and am currently job hunting/interviewing. Just wondering if anyone has been in the program or knows anything else about it, like how long did it take for you to get an interview/get accepted into the program, when does the program start, do you recommend it, etc. I'm interviewing at other hospitals and am weary of accepting other job offers as this program would be my first choice for sure (I used to be and EMT and I love the ED). Seeing as in NYC, hospitals don't hire new grads w/o nursing experience in the ED, this would be the perfect way for me to get in. Any info would be greatly appreciated!
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