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Tripler Army Medical Center
Nurse Case Manager was asked...November 18, 2015

What did I hope to accomplish in my nursing career and how would this position fit into my plans

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As I get older and less physically able to handle the physical demands of In-Patient nursing, I need to find opportunities in Out-Patient areas that will lead to promotion and allow me to use my training and experience to contribute to the health care system and improve patient care. This position would be the next logical step to reach these goals, in this clinic. Less


Can you speak directly with the physician if needed?

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The Arora Group

When are you available?

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One month, but turned into six months.

2 weeks

Ready In 2 weeks, as long I give my 2 week notice at work.


They asked me if I knew anyone who worked for the company. I told them I did. They asked me if I knew the rates for home health visits. The manager then quoted me incorrect lower rates. I actually did know what they were paying before my interview. I lost respect for the company after that. The rates per visit were lower than I would have accepted...AND THEY TRIED TO OFFER ME A LOWER RATE THAN THEY PREVIOUSLY PAID NURSES!!

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Why did you play dumb when they quoted you the rates?

Apparently they got me mixed up with another candidate. Very unprofessional. Wasted my time. Would not recommend this company. I just played dumb when they quoted me the rates. I knew this would not work. Less


Tell me 3 positive things your co-workers might say about you.

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They would say that I am a great listener, I don'the get flustered very easily and I managed my time to be able to complete tasks in a timely manner. Less

They would say that I am determined, dependable, and innovative.

Heartland Hospice

How I felt about death and dying

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I had a lot of experience with death and dying from previous positions

Death is not a traumatic experience in hospice. It is an experience shared with family and loved ones. The more educated the family and loved ones, the more beautiful the experience for everyone including the patient. Less


After 35 yrs in Nursing... what are my goals for the rest of my career?

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Character development focus on growing maybe in some area you have not thought of...might not even be nursing Less

PrimeCare Community Health

What are you looking for your job?

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Be honest so you and they can find the right fit

General medical practitioner

Oceans Healthcare

What is your current Salary? Also do you have any vacations planned in the near future. I expected PBI questions.

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No I don't have any plans for a possible vacation in the near future

I answered but thought this was inappropriate in a phone interview.

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