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    Should I stay or go?

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    Should I stay or go?

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    Should I stay or go?

    Thank you. I feel the same way.
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    Should I stay or go?

    Hello everyone. I am asking advice on my current situation. I am a nurse care coordinator at a primary care physician's office and have been there for 2 years now. The volume is higher than any other office in the medical group. My boss is also mean, condescending and two faced. I have tried to resign once before, but was persuaded to stay. She gave me false promises and never followed through on her word. Now, I have another job offer that I accepted. It would be for another doctor's office. Not that high of a volume. It's a well known company with lots of growth. The benefits are great, there is tuition reimbursement, more vacation days and I would be wearing scrubs. I would be taking a pay cut, but it would definitely pan out in the end. I even negotiated my hours. There isn't any remote work and I may be furloughed if a second wave hits. My current boss asked me to stay. She said she would try to reorganize the workflow of care coordination. So I made a pro and cons list twice and I am leaning towards the new job. I was just wondering if anyone could give me any feedback? Or has anyone ever been in the same situation?
  5. evamomo

    Should I go back to bedside to help COVID-19 patients?

    Yes, they both do.
  6. evamomo

    Should I go back to bedside to help COVID-19 patients?

    No, I have no health contraindications and I am a little concerned about being exposed.
  7. I work in a non clinical nursing position as a nurse care coordinator. I have been having the urge to go back to the bedside to help COVID-19 patients. My husband is a PT at a hospital and deals with COVID-19 patients and death on a regular basis. He is really mentally and physically worn out. He is trying to keep it together. I try to console him, but he always says "you have no idea what it is like." I do not know the extent of what my husband and other frontliners go through. I do have the opportunity to go back and help at 2 hospitals. So I guess I need advice. If you were me would you go back to bedside or stay put at a non clinical nursing position? Thank you in advance for your responses.
  8. I am currently a nurse care coordinator at a primary care physician's office. My hours are 7:45am-4:15pm Monday through Friday. No weekends or holidays. I have been there for over a year. My workload is often heavy at times. On top of that, my director is very hard to work with as well I decided to explore other opportunities. 2 days ago I went on an interview for a similar position. Yesterday, that office offered me the position with more pay. And the hours are flexible I just have to work a 40 hour week. So my question is should I leave my current position? Thank you all for your help. I appreciate it.