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Nurse RN Forum – Rn ICU jobs in Florida: I’ve worked on contract in 12 south Flor…

I’ve worked on contract in 12 south Florida hospitals. I’ve just finished a contract and interviewed at a prestigious hospital, only to discover their staffing policies (and pay) are as bad as anywhere else. When I walked on the unit on an average day, the nurses looked harried. Their floating policy was the same as many others (float as often as every other shift!), the pay was dismal, one nurse popped in at 4pm to say she was taking her lunch break. I was specific about my questions, having seen too much, floating, bare-bones staff, lack of backup in emergencies, no one to help turn to move patients, etc. Hospitals should be embarrassed that they have these policies which, by the way, I have only seen in Florida, having worked contract in 8 other states. Does anyone work in a hospital in Florida where nurses are actually respected- not just on Nurses’ Week- but all year long? I love my work, I’m good at it, but I’m done with floating/pay not commensurate with experience/no medical backup/no techs or aa help/no breaks/patient load much higher than stated in the interviews. Tell me what to avoid and where you liked working.
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