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littlemammanurse specializes in footcare,PP,pediatrics,homehealth care.

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Right now I am a RPN(LVN) with no job.I worked on a palliative floor for 4 months and I hated it!I am heading back to school in January to finish my RN.I want to be a nurse dealing with mom and babies, NICU or working in a home for pregnant teenagers.

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Purple_Scrubs has 8 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in School Nursing.

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School Nurse...Love it!!! I fell into this job by chance and never looked back. I love the kids, the families, the community, my staff...it is a great fit for me.

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nicenurselpn has 7 years experience and specializes in Pediatrics and geriatrics.

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First job fresh out of nursing school was in a LTC/Rhab center for 2 years. I loved working there, but my heart was in peds.

I work now with severely disabled children and young adults some of whom are medically fragile. I love seeing them smile and react to my voice. My son who was born with CP and MR inspired me to become a nurse. I am paying it forward!

Wendy LPN

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labordude has 13 years experience and specializes in Labor and Delivery, OBED, NICU, Lactation.

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I've been a NICU nurse since I graduated from nursing school. I absolutely love working with this population. Since then I have started doing work with lactation and infant transport as well.

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schack specializes in med/surg, tele, OB.

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I work as an OB RN. Mother/baby/labor/delivery and outpt. I LOVE it and can't imagine anything better!

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emtb2rn has 21 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency.

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ER. Straight from school. Where I wanted to end up. Very happy that I was able to start here. Love the atmosphere, the pace, the team I work with, the sound of an incoming medic call. Love my job.

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bsyrn has 18 years experience and specializes in Peds, School Nurse, clinical instructor.

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School Nurse, Camp Nurse, LPN clinical instructor.....love all 3:heartbeat

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SlightlyMental_RN specializes in chemical dependency detox/psych.

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Chemical dependency detox/psych. It has its days where I am satisfied with my job and others where I practically run out the door. It's a difficult population, at best.

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In 1989 a group of us started an outpatient HIV clinic. We were federally funded in 1993 and I have been the director ever since. It's small enough where I get to see patients and it's a nurse run clinic with a physician back up. I love every second of it, except maybe the report writing. I have the most talented nurses on the planet and we have a good time every day.

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HeartsOpenWide is a RN and specializes in Ante-Intra-Postpartum, Post Gyne.

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I work LDRP and Reg Nursery in a hospital based birth center. Its full circle, I can take care of a mom as an out patient getting an NST, then take care of her in labor and delivery, then take care of her and her baby, and if her baby requires to go to the nursery I can continue care even then. I went to school to become an L&D nurse with plans to some day become a CNM. I love my job. I went to a c-section the other day and one of the circulating nurses who I have been to several c-sections with in the last month said "You really love your job don't you". So I guess my love for my job is outward too. I could not imagine doing anything else unless it was per-diem and I was still doing what I do now.

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Tina, RN has 20 years experience and specializes in Acute Care, CM, School Nursing.

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I am a per diem float at a local hospital. I love it! I make my own schedule, and get to see something new every day.

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