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15 Top Hospitals That Are Hiring

15 Top Hospitals That Are Hiring

Georgia Price / NursingLink

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Boston, MA

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has received many awards and recognitions over its lifetime. Apart from being the teaching hospital of the prestigious Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel has also spear-headed research and environmental initiatives.

Beth Israel Deaconess has 621 licensed beds, including 419 medical/surgical beds, 77 critical care beds, and 60 OB/GYN beds, as well as a Level 1 Trauma Center. They have over 1200 physicians and 1100 full0-time nurses on staff and has a network of other facilities around Massachusetts to better serve the community.

Beth Israel Deaconess is expanding like never before. New technologies and developments are making it ever-more important to recruit talented employees. Individuals from radiology technologists to customer services representatives may find a home at Beth Israel Deaconess.

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    lundgrenr

    almost 5 years ago

    8 comments

    I'm a soon to be new grad too and most hoptials here in West Michigan are under a hiring freeze. Unless you already have a foot in the door in terms of being an aid while going to school a job at a hospital is hard to come by. The dean over the program sent a message to all the healthcare students saying look outside of hospitals for work because in a few years many nurses will retire. Many that currently are retirement age are staying on due to a spouse loosing a job.

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    bARBIE49

    almost 5 years ago

    12 comments

    I am not so sure that the medical/nursing has not been affected by the economy. I was laid off 3 months ago. I am an LPN with 30 years experience in ophthalmology, med-surg, and pre and post op assessments with IV skills. Most of my background has been in ophthalmolgist office . I was told "I don't have enough experience to work in a nursing home, and hospitals are wanting only RN's or Nurses aides. Help, I am caught in the middle of RN/Nurses aide. I want so bad to go back to school to bridge my LPN to Rn degree but I can't until I find employment....What does one do?

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    tracivrn

    almost 5 years ago

    10 comments

    As an experienced nurse of 15 years, and from travelling around the country, I can say that there still is a nursing shortage. But because of the economy, the hospitals are going with skeleton staff-which makes it unsafe for the nurse and the patient. Not a good thing. As hospitals are figuring out that this is not working, slowly more jobs are opening up, even for travellers, as I have researched.

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    miwinelover

    almost 5 years ago

    6 comments

    Sorry to say, don;t look to Michigan either. I am also a new grad, with no site of a job around. Half my class does not have a job wither. Hiring freezes everywhere. I thought about moving out of state for a few months to get training, but I have a family so that is a difficult decision, and besides it sounds like this nursing problem is every where. I think it's a joke when the governments think there is a nursing shortage, wonder where their heads are at...

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    RainRN

    almost 5 years ago

    28 comments

    I don't know about anywhere else, but there are absolutely no job for RNs in BOSTON, MA. i would like to know where they get that info.

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    Patchouli

    almost 5 years ago

    12 comments

    LOL, I'm a new grad in Missouri and there are NO jobs for us. I have seen some for RNs with experience, but it looks like I am going to be eating Ramen and egg samiches for a while. Not sure what I'm supposed to do now.

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    dfwrecruit4u

    almost 5 years ago

    10 comments

    I am a recruiter for a nurse agency in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We work with 60 hopsitals in North Texas and I have been getting numerous requests from them for short term staffing and also perm placement. It has been a little slow going there for a while, but I really have seen the requests for nurses pick up in North Texas in the past 30 days. Just in the last week, I received 13 new full time permanent placement requests for staff nurses and management.

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    rlybl

    almost 5 years ago

    4 comments

    Maybe at the time the article was written hospitals were hiring. Right now, on the Northeast area, hospital have a hiring freeze.!!

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    pudellvr

    almost 5 years ago

    2 comments

    I too found this article curious. With a depressed economy no elective procedures are done. Someone believed the adage that nurses can always find a job. I have been looking for 3 months.

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    jgornik

    almost 5 years ago

    2 comments

    Who write's these articles? A web page for nurses where the information is not evidence based? Click on the link for Penn and what do you get? Nothing. If you go to their website there is a list of potential jobs but how long have these same jobs been posted and isn't the hospital system on a job freeze? In fact most hospitals (at least in the northeastern corridor) including Penn Health are on a job freeze. Please sir or madam check your facts and verify your data before you write an article.

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