Med/Surg is not for a lot of people. I don't think you've been at it long enough to throw your career away, however. You need to get that year + of experience in before you can really tell whether you enjoy nursing. And maybe it IS Med/Surg that you don't like, and you would be better off applying somewhere else. Urgent Care clinics, doctors' offices etc. are great for someone who likes M-F, no holidays (you may have to work the occasional Saturday though). They are also less stressful on the body as you won't be lifting heavy patients into and out of beds, and you're not dealing with dangerously ill patients for the most part, although they can surprise you and require urgent transfer to the hospital.
If you can, please consider sticking with your current job for at least a year, longer if possible. You will learn a LOT, which will stand you in good stead when you do decide to explore other options. It sounds like your workplace is pretty good if they have 5:1 ratios and decent administration. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, and if you went back to your former career you'd probably get bored and leave again within a fairly short period of time. Don't let the first year of nursing run you off---it stinks in the beginning, but it does get better after you've been at it for a while.
Good luck to you. Viva