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Moving to San Diego

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by Colombiana Colombiana (New) New

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Hiiii! I am in need of some advice/ help/ anything. I currently work on an ICU floor for a hospital in georgia. I will be moving to San Diego in February and I honestly don't know where to start in looking for a job. I am not from the area so if anybody can help me out in telling me what hospitals are good and worth applying for; or clinics too. I am open to anything! I am mostly concerned about applying for a hospital and then realizing it sucks lol

 

Thanks in advance!

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Asystole RN is a BSN, RN and specializes in Vascular Access, Infusion Therapy.

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Where in San Diego are you moving to? A few miles in the wrong direction can mean a very, very long commute. 

UCSD, Kaiser, Sharp, and Scripps are all decent systems. I personally prefer Sharp Grossmont over Memorial or Chula Vista though.

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I’ll be moving close to the navy base that’s there... So about 15 minutes from scripps memorial and UCSD

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On 12/29/2019 at 10:05 PM, Colombiana said:

I’ll be moving close to the navy base that’s there... So about 15 minutes from scripps memorial and UCSD

Which Navy base? There is more than 1. 

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klone has 14 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Women's Health/OB Leadership.

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Do you have your California license? I would start there (and if you're moving in February, you hopefully started the process a month or two ago)

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haha see I didnt even know there was more than 1 base. I will be around the area where the University of San Diego and Tecolote canyon natural park are; does that help? sorry, I seriously will need to get familiar with the area once I'm there.

and as far as getting my CA license, i'm good on that part. I've had it since beginning of December. 😃

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