As a RN – Registered Nurse, what hospitals are the best to work at Nationwide
There are so many hospitals throughout the nation and some are great and some are average. If you are looking to work through a healthcare staffing company as a RN or if you are looking for a permanent RN position, here are some tips to help you find the best landing spot.
- Does the hospital provide quality RN training? Is there a supervisor, a strong RN or a nurse educator there to help you with your questions and show you their process for patient care.
- Is there a team atmosphere when you arrive at the hospital? A team atmosphere is important for an agency nurse as well as a new full-time nurse because a team helps each other in crisis and helps each other grow. When you start a shift, you want to make sure there is a nurse that is going to help you with patient transition and gives you the opportunity to provide consistent quality care.
- Are there opportunities to float to other specialties? Experience, experience, experience is what everyone says is needed to work as a RN but how do you get experience if no one will give you a chance. One way is to start working in a smaller or rural hospital and then they will float you to different specialties if you show them your willingness to learn.
If you want to know more about the top hospitals in Texas and across the nation, I have included link below from the U.S. News and World Report