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Women's Surgical Unit

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I'm a student in nursing school and I am applying for tech jobs. One of the local hospitals is hiring for a tech in the "Women's Surgical Unit." Anyone know what this might be composed of? Is it pretty self explanatory?-- women after surgery? Also, do you guys recommend working while in nursing school? Just a little tech job which is like a cna but I do more nurse duties under a licensed RN. Well? Thanks!

Momma1RN, BSN, RN

Has 7 years experience.

Sounds like that's what it is. And I would absolutely suggest working while in school if you can get experience and if you can handle it without your grades slipping. I interned in school and got hired to the hospital after graduation. It's a great way to get your foot in the door and to get valuable experience.

Sounds like that's what it is. And I would absolutely suggest working while in school if you can get experience and if you can handle it without your grades slipping. I interned in school and got hired to the hospital after graduation. It's a great way to get your foot in the door and to get valuable experience.

Thank you for responding! Yes, I really want to intern to get my foot in the door and to get valuable experience. I hope the hospital is flexible with my hours because school is my first priority. I'm still trying to figure out what specialty I want to work in.

dream'n, BSN, RN

Specializes in UR/PA, Hematology/Oncology, Med Surg, Psych. Has 28 years experience.

Probably alot of gynecological surgeries. Hysterectomies and the like.

Probably alot of gynecological surgeries. Hysterectomies and the like.

Hmmm, ok. Thanks.