Welcome, New York Nurses!

  1. Just want to say "Hello" from one New York nurse to another!

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    About Ted, BSN, RN Pro

    Joined: May '01; Posts: 12,036; Likes: 15,645


  3. by   nowplayingEDRN
    And a hearty hello back to you, Ted

  4. by   CashewLPN
    hows it going!
    Its just schnazzy over here

  5. by   Ted
    Hi Christi. . . Hi Barb!

    "I Love New York. . . . "

    Just singing that New York jingle to my self!


  6. by   Furst
    Greetings from the FingerLakes region. I'm looking foward to many thought provoking discussions.
  7. by   nowplayingEDRN
    Absitively Furst.........

    Bring a nice bottle of white wine from the finger lakes and we will have a fantabulous discussion!!
  8. by   RN2BNYC
    Hello everyone,
    Just wanna say hi from Brooklyn NY.
    I look forward to your great advise you can offer a new nursing student.
  9. by   FranEMTnurse
    Hi all of you New York nurses. I was born in Stamford, NY in 1943, and lived in White Sulphur Springs, Liberty, and Neversink all in Sullivan County, and after I got married, I lived in Wurtsboro, and Fair Oaks in Orange. Both counties are in the Lower Hudson Valley. I then moved to Pennsylvania in 1996 where I became a second-career LPN.
  10. by   jaymac
    Hi Furst, I live in Fl. now but I used to live in Canandaigua and worked as a NA at Thompson Hospital many, many years ago. I left there and moved to Geneva and got my LPN befor moving to Fl. Is the hospital and school still there? Janice
  11. by   Furst
    I take it you attended MSW @ GGH. I attended there also and I'm also an employee of the system. Yes, both are still up and running; and quite proficiently from what I hear. Marion has the biggest class size in years- 30 students and had to create a waiting list. Feel free to pm me.
  12. by   -jt
    <I lived in Wurtsboro, >

    And didnt you just love the Emporium??? I vacation in Wurtsboro but never knew anyone else who ever heard of the place. Except Jerry Seinfeld who mentioned it in one epsiode.
  13. by   FranEMTnurse
    Yes I liked the Emporium a lot. In fact, I was a new mom then, and I'd push my baby daughter down the streets on a daily basis, because it was such a nice place, and it gave me some exercise and some fresh air.
  14. by   nowplayingEDRN
    I love the Emporium....I especially love to shop there around the holiday season...it just really puts me in the mood and drives of the Bah! Humbugs!! How very cool that I have run into folks that used to live in the area. If anyone is coming up this way, I'd love to meet for coffee if anyone is interested that is