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I see that you worked for us in the past (before I was a nurse), and you left after 3 months.

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Yes, that's true. While in that position, I was inspired to become a nurse and immediately started nursing school, so I could come back and apply for that position.

Yes, I have. During my 3 months probation I went above and beyond customer satisfaction based on my job functions. Patients were happy and so does the department. I was never late. I have exceeded my monthly work satisfaction. My 3 months work review also shows how awesome I am ☺️. I love my job and enjoyed it. So much though that while I was working side by side with nurses and doctors that I was motivated to pursue a career. I understand that Kaiser promotes their employees in continuation of education. after deep thoughts and research. I made the biggest decision in my life that changed me. Fortunately, i was accepted in nursing school. However, working during the day, school at night and little time to study. I had to make the hardest decision in my life -- that is to go to school full time In order for me to reached my goal. I am a dedicated person and i always give my very best. If given the opportunity I would love to show my dedication towards my job once again, here in Kaiser, as I have in the past.

Here in kaiser, as i have in the past.

Have you ever worked in a long term facility care center?

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5 patient rights

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Do you have any questions for us?

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Typical questions regarding correctional experience.

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Where do you see yourself in five years?

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How heavy was clinic flow in my current department? How big was our staff in this department? How many MD did I assist in clinic?

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Why do you want to work for Kaiser Permanente?

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horrible experience

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Tell us about a time you went above and beyond for a patient.

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