The hospital wants to know what types of things you will be helping them with. If you are good with children, you need to let them know.
to make your hospital life better......
What are the working conditions for a nurse in a hospital?
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An OB nurse makes between $25.00 and $35.00 an hour. An OB nurse working in a hospital will earn more than a OB nurse working at a clinic.
$18-$19/hour for new graduates in a hospital setting
Nursing you need to major in nursing in order to become a nurse and work at a hospital.
well it depends what type of nurse, a doctor nurse or hospital nurse, i think a hospital nurse would be hard to let 'people go' when they die, you see their family cry and stuff...
A NURSE is int it obvious ? you must be dumb!
As far as I knew, a public health nurse is working in government hospitals and so they will do their duty as service, whereas a hospital nurse are supposed to work for the welfare of hospital owner so, they will not work as service minded.
The highest paying nurse, is probably the nurse anesthesist. After you complete your BSN in nursing, you can obtain a Mater's as a Nurse Anesthesist. They can make up to $300,000 a year in a private hospital.
it depends on which hospital you work at and what type of nurse you are
yes she was trained to be a nurse at kiserworthg hospital
Get your RN license and apply for a job at a hospital. Not that hard.
job application to work as staff nurse
A pediatric nurse can work at a hospital clinic, school, doctor's office, emergency room, hospital floor, or an intensive care unit.
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It is a children's nurse. They usually work in the children's wing of the hospital or for a pediatrician.
Generally, not enough, if you ask me. It depends on where you work, what kind of training you have, and so on. A nurse at a small, rural hospital would not make the same as a specialized OR nurse in a big city hospital. Call it anywhere between 35 and 80K a year. Plus medical. If you're concerned about money, then perhaps nursing is not for you. Most people go into that field for non-financial reasons.
In the OB unit of a hospital. Where else?