Hopefully I'm in the right spot. I am experienced with pediatric HH. Have been doing it for two years now, I still only do Gb though, everytime I've tried to step up my training the trach cases are too far away or they don't have a trach case for a permanent position. I haven't tried vent mostly cause I'm not comfortable with Trach yet. My pt who I've been with a year and a half at this point, they're losing nursing with the messed up Medicaid regulations (or lack thereof). I am going to miss the pt and family, but I can't help but feel this has come at an opportune time. I am going back to school (RN-BSN) after some time out of school. I was working 50+hrs/week, and caring for my elderly mom and my last semester my step dad had a heart attack, I failed four classes. Things got hectic and I was just trying to keep everything paid for and the three of us out of debt. Took a year-ish off of school. Now I'm ready to go back and do my best. Hopefully I can get those grades forgiven. (GPA is in the toilet!) I don't want to get stuck in home health. I want to work in a hospital. Why go back for my BSN if I don't want to work in a hospital is kinda the way that I see it. I am not yet done with my degree, but I have no hospital experience I went into HH straight after NCLEX. Do I have a shot at getting a job in a hospital? Thanks in advance nurses!