I am a nurse working at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, a fairly large university hospital. This is the only place I've worked in my entire nursing career. I am interested in working at St. Rose Siena Hospital, I suppose it would have to be a med/surg floor because I only have experience working in neurology/neurosurgery and I don't believe they have a neuro specialty floor. Any advice on going from a large teaching hospital to a much smaller one? Do you have phlebotomy teams and IV nurses, or do the nurses do all of that stuff on their own? Also, if you don't have resident doctors on call, who do you page at night if you need something...the attending at home? Oh yeah, and any specific info on St. Rose nurse/patient ratio and anything else you want to tell me would be very very helpful!!! I would appreciate any advice!!!