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Kwilky321

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  1. Thanks so much for the info - I really appreciate it! Yeah Co-op 3 is where I am starting, but that's great to hear that you can pick up shifts on the other floors! I have heard from other nurses that it's a great learning experience on the Co-op units, I hope to learn a lot! ...and avoid all drama!
  2. Hey thank you so much! No I actually didn't apply for my RI license until after I interviewed then got the job offer - I thought it would take a long time for reciprocity to go through since I have my current nursing license in MA, but within a week of sending in my huge application and check to get my license in RI, it's all set! Have you heard anything back from them about jobs?! You from MA too?
  3. Hey everyone! I just joined allnurses.com and I love all of the great info and advice from other nurses out there! I'm from MA, just graduated with my BSN in May and passed the boards (here in MA) this summer - and finally got a job at Rhode Island Hospital on Co-Op 3 which is a General Surgery/Trauma Unit! I am really excited AND really nervous!!! Being a new nurse is intimidating and I was wondering if anyone had any advice for me just starting out on such a busy and interesting unit as this one! Also, if any one currently works at RIH, what info can you share with me about working there overall? Seems like a great place to start being a large teaching hospital and Level I Trauma Center! Thanks so much!
  4. Hey everyone! I just joined allnurses.com and I love all of the great info and advice from other nurses out there! I just graduated with my BSN in May and passed the boards (in MA) this summer - and finally got a job at Rhode Island Hospital on Co-Op 3 which is a General Surgery/Trauma Unit! I am really excited AND really nervous!!! Being a new nurse is intimidating and I was wondering if anyone had any advice for me just starting out on such a busy and interesting unit as this one! Also, if any one currently works at RIH, what info can you share with me about working there overall? Seems like a great place to start being a large teaching hospital and Level I Trauma Center! Thanks so much!
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