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Post by Desiree (Starpop) on Tue Mar 31, 2009 12:38 pm

Butterfly
as always you are faithful in posting a plethora of information!

Many people have said that the field of healthcare is certainly growing!

thanks again
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Post by dreamster on Tue Mar 31, 2009 11:19 pm

wow bfly..u sure r klevagurl... :clap: flower flower flower D


a merry heart, does good likea medicene, [ new international dee version,NIDV]

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Post by RnestseekR on Wed Apr 08, 2009 8:57 pm

Butterfly, It may be that the numbers SAY that healthcare is growing, but it doesn't FEEL like it! I am an RN looking for a job right now. IN Kansas City, 2 large hospital, KU Med and Children's Mercy are on absolute hiring freezes. One of the hospitals near my home has a whopping 8 positions open, 6 of which are PRN (meaning no reliable hours). All hospital census is down by 30%, 40-50% in some hospitals. When people don't have jobs, they don't have insurance. No insurance=no elective surgeries and opting to treat bordeline things (some pneumonias, etc.) at home instead of with IV antibiotics. Also, hospitals are turning away people who do not have insurance because the "fat" is dried up and they cannot cover these "risks".
So, while I appreciate what your posting has to say, I warn everyone to use extreme WISDOM and DISCERNMENT. If you are thinking about making a switch right now, be SURE you know all the facts.

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