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@I_See_You_RN: I recently interviewed for the SICU Fellowship position at Manhasset and thought it went really well. I've read a few perspectives on some of the other units (mostly at LIJ) and some said they had very negative experiences. Can you give an honest account of your experience in the program. What was the working environment like? Did it really prepare you to be successful on the unit? Did you find your colleagues to be helpful? Ultimately I will make my own decision but I would love to get some insight from someone who has been through it on that particular unit. Also, how long after you interviewed did they offer you the position? Thanks so much in advance!
bebarn, I did have the 2nd interview with the Nurse Manager. It went very well asked general behavioral questions "tell me about yourself, difficult patient etc. She also asked why Critical Care and experience related qtns from my resume. Then I was called back for a 3rd interview. This was with the Fellowship Director. She explained what it entails the good and bad!. She told me that the nurse recruiter (1st interview) will contact me if i get selected and the decision will be made by the Nurse manager and the recruiter. Its day #3 and counting.....
I want to say to everyone who commented. After giving it more thought I do realize the worth of this yr long fellowship and I'm ready for this challenge...I have to start somewhere!! I feel more confident for tomorrow's interview. Wish me luck
I have a 2nd interview coming up with a Nurse Manager for the Critical care nurse fellowship on SICU/CTICU unit @ LIJ. I have read posts on this site about LIJ and their units but that was 2ys ago! So, I'm reaching out to anyone who currently works at this hospital and anyone who went through the fellowship program and is currently on this unit. I would really appreciate your opinions. Thank you
This is for all who currently works as a CCRN or who is interested in critical care nursing. Why? I'm contemplating beginning my nursing career in critical care--SCIU/CTICU to be more specific. I was called in for a 2nd interview for a critical care fellowship program that orients, and educates you for ONE yr. However, I'm beginning to doubt that I "got what it takes" for this difficult position as a new grad. Any thoughts?
I am interested in working at Long Island Jewish Medical-New Hyde Park and I wanted to know if it's part of a union..1199 SEIU? I tried 1199 website and it seems that they do not list their represented facilities. Also, If anyone who works there as a RN, what is your overall perception about LIJ? more specifically their telemetry units? Thanks
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