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  1. honeycalifornia

    Still more union nurses in Texas!

    @David-So what is your perception of it? Do you feel that the nurses at del sol and las palmas are united enough and willing to stand up for themselvs and tell the hospital that they finally need recognition, or is this whole thing starting to fade away now? I might be wrong on this one, but I noticed nurses here in El paso are sort of quiet and passive nature and don't seem to object to much (maybe this is cultural component and not in the bed way), so it will be very easy for managment to take advantage of them. Also Dave, if in fact these hospitals are unionized do you know when would this take effect? Go El Paso tnx
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    Still more union nurses in Texas!

    I am curious to see if anyone knows once Del sol and Las palmas become unionized what will RN pay be? I heard union was going to try to get the RNs in El Paso get the same pay like in CA
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    Relocating to Kansas

    Thanks so much for your helpful reply...I just herd from them today and for some reason I haven't been selected ...
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    Definition of Medical Floor in St. Louis

    Thank u so much...That defintively clarified some of the differences.
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    Definition of Medical Floor in St. Louis

    Thanks so much for your reply.. So then medical and surgical are too different floors. So what type of patients do you see on medical floor? Is this sort of a step down from ICU? Are they like more stable patients on this floor then surgical or would you say it's about the same...I guess I am trying to get into something with more intensity and variety for learning and not so much end up on the floor where pts. are semi stable and don't require any serious treatments.
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    Relocating to Kansas

    Hi there, I am new grad RN relocating from Cali and tomorrow I am interviewing for the position in Hays hospital. They have new grad program there which I am really excited about, but I am wondering if as a new grad they offer you training needed and if they are receptive toward new grads. It is important for me to know how they treat their nurses :). Also I was wondering if you know what the starting pay is? Can you self schedule? Your response would be greatly appreciated.
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    Definition of Medical Floor in St. Louis

    Hi there, I am new grad RN and will be interwieving for RN position in St. Louis for general medical floor. Can anyone sort of compare and explain to me what type of unit this is? In CA we don't have anything labeled as such "medical floor" so it is hard for me to compare it to other units. Is this similar to med-serge or more intense...Ideally I would like to work on general medical surgical floor as I feel this would expose me to variety of patients with different needs, and I thought as a new grad it's important to have good training that encompasses different levels and types of care needed. So do any of you feel that this medical floor would give me such training like on med serge or even better? I don't want to get stuck working on the floor where I really don't learn a lot. Any replies would be appreciated.
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