I graduated in May of 2013 as well. It took me until Sept to get my job at a clinic. Barely anyone would look at me. And acute care, forget it. So, I took what I could get because student loans were coming due! Here in the PNW you can work for up to 1 year and still be eligible for new grad residencies. I kept applying to them (and other jobs) and while I kept getting residency interviews, for some reason I wasn't hired.
I have applied to 200 positions that said were eligible for new grads....but nothing. I was starting to wonder what was wrong with me (BSN, summa cum laude, 225 hrs in an ICU, worked at a U hospital, ACLS, TNCC).
But....don't give up! I just got accepted into a new grad residency as a critical care float. This is my absolute dream job. When asked what critical care unit I wanted I said I loved it all and it really did not matter. I will be training in the CVCU but also get to work in MICU as well as the Neuro/trauma ICU. I can't be happier!!
I would leave the experience on your resume, afterall you are working as a NURSE. And, even if it is slow, you are ticking away the one year clock to when some hospitals will accept you regardless of the experience.
Good luck on the search, I know how disheartening it can be. Don't give up and keep applying. I looked at it like a numbers game and eventually either I would get a position, or the one year countdown would be over.