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    Phone interview with SSM St. Louis

    Hi everyone! I was looking for some advise. I finally got a call back from SSM hospitals for a Unit Secretary job. They are going to do a 30 min phone interview this Friday and I don't know what to expect. Any help would be appreciated. I am just trying to get my foot in the door. Thanks in advance!!!!
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    Mo Bap

    I have a phone interview with SSM hospitals on Friday, can you share some of the questions? Thanks!
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    Unit Secretary Starting Pay???

    Hi everyone. I was just wondering if anyone knew the starting pay for Unit Secretaries in the big St. Louis hospitals? Thanks!!!
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    Unit Secretary

    Thank you!
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    Unit Secretary

    Hi! I was wondering what the salary of a Unit Secretary is? Thanks!!!
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    Intro jobs in Labor & Delivery

    I would like to get a job in labor and delivery. I have no prior experience and would like to know if anyone has any suggestions on where to work, and what jobs I should be looking for? Thanks everyone!!!
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    PCT classes

    Does anyone know anything about the PCT classes/orientation at St. John's? I was wondering if they offer classes only during the day or do they do them in the evenings? I am a SAHM who is trying to get into LD, and St. John's has openings for PCT.
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    I need your two cents!

    Thanks for all your advise!!
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    I need your two cents!

    I am currently a stay at home mom, who wants to get into the nursing field, and work in Labor & Delivery. I have been reading all sorts of information my brain seems to be overloaded. I need to know if you think if it is beneficial to go to school and become a CNA? My other option is a local hospital is hiring Patient Care Associates (in LD) who only require you have a high school diploma (which I have). I know that after reading other threads on here most people thought being a cna/pca before they went to school to become a RN helped. Plus if I get a job the hospital will pay for my schooling. I look forward to reading your advise!!