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    Nurse Practitioner in BC

    Thank you Yes it helped a lot I did work on my application for some time and have finally submitted it today Best of luck in your program Regards,
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    Nurse Practitioner in BC

    Im applying to UBC Ive seen the requirements Im mostly interested to find out about the process and chances of being accepted Do you know anything about it? Are you an NP in BC? thanks
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    Moving to Seattle from Vancouver, BC

    Hi u will need to get fellowship for new to specialty look for university of Washington nursing jobs too they have lots of hiring and great experience for new grad i have only worked for swedish but my suggestion is not to be too picky washington nurses are unionized too
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    Moving to Seattle from Vancouver, BC

    Oh i dont know why my pm doesnt work i work in ccu and they do hire and train for specialty with a 1-2years commitment Seeing the hospitals is nice but they dont have an actual HR on site
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    Nurse Practitioner in BC

    Hi Im wondering if there are any Mn-NP applicants to UBC? Im planning to apply and need some info regarding the process thanks
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    Moving to Seattle from Vancouver, BC

    Hi swedish health which is recently changed to providence pays well so does overlake hospital in bellevue i work for swedish and im very happy i can get u connected if u want pm me if u are interested
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    Moving to Seattle from Vancouver, BC

    I am a Vancouverite RN and currently live and work in Seattle for last 7 years Let me know if I can be of any help with job search and etc I work in Critical care now
  8. Hi Im currently living in Washington and planning to return to Vancouver and hopefully be admitted to UBC MN-NP program I have both Canadian and US RN experience critical care I was hoping to hear about admission rates and the competitiveness of the program as I am planning to apply for the 2020 cohort any information would be greatly appreciated thank you
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    TGH or Florida Hospital Tampa

    Thanks alot I am also thinking of the commute but TGH would pay almost 5$/hr more Can you also tell me roughly how much deductions i would have per pay...I have never worked in the states, im from canada and we get really taxed here..so coming to florida means i am gettinga major pay cut bc the pay here is higher but i am guessing ill pay less taxes? What should i expect to bring home? lets say if i make 25/hr? and dont consider benefits thanks
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    TGH or Florida Hospital Tampa

    Hi everyone I have been offered a position at TGH with good pay but also similar position at Florida hospital with less pay..i am wondering which one is a better choice..i am from out of state and dont have much experience with florida nursing... can anyone help please thanks
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    Florida (Tampa) VA hospitals

    I was wondering how hard it is to get a nursing/RN jobs at a VA hospital in tampa florida? Are they better places to work at?
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    Tampa jobs

    Hi, I am planning to relocate to tampa. I would be interested in doing some travel nursing to get a feel of the city then work permanent. But i would not mind if i start at a nice place on a permanent basis..basically, im open to options. What is the pay like in tampa, Fl? Also what is a better hospital to start from..i have 3 years of surgical (Gen Surg) experience. Thanks
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    BCIT August 2012

    Hi friends I am a BCIT nursing graduate and came across this post and wanted to share some of my personal experience with you all. I graduated around 3 years ago and also have a BA from UBC prior to BCIT. I must say that BCIT was a tough program and many students were seriously challenged. I wanted to suggest to you all to look elsewhere if you are having to wait behind the doors to get into BCIT..specially if you have a previous degree...many USA universities offer Nursing degrees (bachelors of sci) in 1 year if you have a previous degree/bachelor..i did not know this when i decided to study nursing and could have saved thousands of dollars and years of schooling. Just an idea that if you are able to relocate...there are other schools with great opportunities if you want to become a nurse Good luck to you all wanting to get into BCIT...you will be changed through the experience.
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