❸ Nurse Manager for a 35 bed Medical/Renal Unit (Former Employee) – San Antonio, Tx – March 29, 2014
Nurse Manager for a 35 bed Medical/Renal Unit In charge of staffing and scheduling for the unit Educated the staff through monthly staff meetings and in-services Conducted interviews, hiring, disciplinary actions and terminations for the unit Took part in the ongoing development of the staffing grids and budget for the unit
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Orthopedic/Surgical Nurse (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 14, 2018
I learned quickly after I started as a night nurse at Metro Methodist to not trust my immediate management. I learned many good skills on a medical-surgical floor and formed great relationships with staff. When I asked my nursing director to move me permanently to the cardiac short stay unit so I can progress as a nurse, she only gave me empty promises. I have been floated to the cardiac short stay unit several times and realized I love taking care of the cardiac patients and learn new skills and interventions. But unfortunately it seems to me that my learning and growth as a nurse is not as important to my director as it is for me.
Registered Nurse Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 30, 2018
RN bedisde is absolutely rewarding. the work to life balance is unfortunately incredibly unbalanced. this is in reflection to the overall RN clinical profession, not specific to metropolotian methodist.