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I have been working at Hahnemann University Hospital full-time
Hahnemann provides a lot of education, and offers incentives to continue one's education and pursue advanced degrees. Due to the hospital's location, one gains experience with a diverse patient population. The compensation seems reasonable; neither the highest nor the lowest in the city. There are often opportunities for overtime, which is important to RNs. Hahnemann is part of Tenet Healthcare, the second largest healthcare organization in the U.S., so I would imagine if one was interested in relocating there would be opportunities to do so.
This is my first job as an RN, so I'm not able to compare Hahnemann to other hospitals. Hahnemann is certainly trying to run "lean," so being pulled or cancelled is not uncommon, but I would honestly expect this to be similar to other hospitals. Sometimes, it feels like we might not have all the support, supplies, or equipment that we need to do the job optimally, but once again, I would guess RNs feel that way at other hospitals at times, too. Personally, part of the attraction to me of being an RN is being a problem-solver -- being flexible, thinking creatively, and finding solutions -- rather than bemoaning a lack of support, and I think those attributes are a requirement of being an RN, not just at Hahnemann but anywhere.