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I am looking to relocate to the northern VA area at some point. More than likely Alexandria or Arlington... possibly Washington, DC. Any hospital suggestions in those areas? I am looking for a full time position in a CVICU or something similar. As I was doing research, I found it hard to find a full time position in this area. Maybe I’m just not looking in the right places. I’m open to any advice. Can a nurse live in DC and work in VA and vice versa? Or would my physical address need to be in the state where I am practicing? Thanks in advance!

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Hello, 
I am currently graduating and looking for a job in MD/D.C., and will be living in MD. The vast majority of people who work in D.C., live in VA/MD, so yes you are definitely able to do that. UVA has a fantastic hospital in Alexandria, I believe. In D.C., there's Medstar Georgetown, Medstar Washington, and Sibley Memorial (which is a John's Hopkins hospital). In MD, there's John's hopkins (one of the top hospitals in the U.S.), which has many affiliate hospitals spread throughout the state, but the main hospital is in Baltimore. They are currently hiring for a FT CVICU RN at their Bethesda MD Suburban Hospital (also a great hospital, and Bethesda is a really fun/nice place to live).Here's the link: (Full Time CVICU RN Position). Good luck with your search! 

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@CCrouch Thank you so much! That information is very helpful. I actually saw that job posting earlier today. I looked into UVA but the only hospital campus I see is in Charlottesville, VA. I did not see one in Alexandria. Could you send a link? Thanks again!

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