Brand New Lpn Needs Help!!! - page 2
Can anyone please tell me where do they hire new LPN grads in NYC???? any information is greatly appreciated!... Read More
Dec 30, '07From: SL ; Joined: Nov '07; Posts: 28; Likes: 14Kuyah12, yes, HR really does get those resumes, that's how I got my job, but you can send your resume directly to the clinic, CFCC, I know for a fact that they are desparately seeking lpn's in gyn, peds and adult med, especially peds and gyn. But realize this they may tell you that you are getting hired for gyn or adult med, but you will be spending the majority of your time in peds, and they'll probably have you close peds if you get hired for a different dept. So I hope you don't mind working late hrs, being extremely busy, and dealing with attitudes (pt's and some staff)
Jan 1, '08Joined: Oct '07; Posts: 10Hi guys
Sorry for the late reply I did start orienting at a Nursing home in the Bronx. However it's not what I'm really trying to do the patient load is between 30-40. Is it unreasonable of me to expect to have another nurse on the floor with me since I'm new? Is it unreasonable for me to expect a formal training program where there is an experienced nurse trainer/educator? Is it always pieced together training?
Maybe I should try a hospital, what do you'll think. If you need the name of the nursing home send me a PM msunknown they are short staff and looking.