Overall a good place to work.
Pros: certifications provided by hospital, flexible schedule.
Cons: small hospital setting, unpredictable staffing needs, flexing according to census.
Has provided cross-training in several areas of nursing and multi-department skills and knowledge.
A typical day at work can range from acute care situation to maintenance and follow-up patient care
Management strongly supports nursing personel and provides continuing education.
My co-workers are supportive and experienced.
The hardest part of the job – more... is long hours extending past 12 hour shifts but sometimes necessary.
The most ejoyable part of the job is the women I work with and the continued skills learned and knowledge gained in varied settings. – less