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August 5, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic: Life-changing career, life-changing experience

By Judith Pinkston Judith Pinkston (@judithpinkston)

Brandon Mauck, RN  Nursing Informatics   Growing up as a South Dakota native, I was naturally very familiar with Mayo Clinic and its great reputation. As an adult I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of this unique and historic health system over the last four years. I’m always very proud of Mayo Clinic…proud […]

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Tags: A Life-Changing Career, Critical Care Nurse, Life-Changing, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Nursing Recrui, Registered Nurse, RN


July 24, 2014 · Leave a Comment

It’s a Magical place…

By Melinda Pobanz Melinda Pobanz (@melindapobanz)

In addition to working as a staff RN on an Internal Medicine floor, one of my roles is working as an admission nurse covering four of our busy medical units. I admit patients from all over the world, with various ailments. A lot of our patients have traveled here because they have been told elsewhere […]

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Tags: Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Registered Nurse, RN, RN careers, RN jobs


July 10, 2014 · Leave a Comment

We support the novice nurse with extensive orientation and The Essentials of Progressive and Intensive Care program (EPIC).

By Jill Turck Jill Turck (@jkturck)

  Being a part of the Mayo Clinic team has been very rewarding and challenging.  I have been a Registered Nurse for about a year at Mayo Clinic in Rochester on a Cardiac Surgery Progressive Care Unit.  I would have never thought my transition from a student nurse could have been this successful.  From the […]

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Tags: Critical Care Nurse, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Registered Nurse, RN, RN careers, RN jobs


July 3, 2014 · Leave a Comment

A Day at Diamondbacks Spring Training

By Judith Pinkston Judith Pinkston (@judithpinkston)

Written by Shirin Zanganeh, ICU RN I never thought that attending a public event to let the community know that Mayo Clinic exists in Arizona would bring tears to my eyes. As I sat there at the baseball game, I had an overwhelming number of patrons approaching my table to tell me their story of how […]

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June 6, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Summer III Externship Student to New Graduate Nurse, A Life-Changing experience

By Jill Turck Jill Turck (@jkturck)

Growing up in a small town in Maine, I never would have envisioned myself moving to the Midwest for a job.  My journey to Mayo Clinic actually started in California while I was attending a psychiatric nursing conference and met a group of nurses from Mayo Clinic in Rochester.  Every nurse that I interacted with loved […]

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Tags: Nurse recruitment, Nursing Student, Registered Nurse, RN, Summer III, Summer III Nursing Externship


May 29, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Counting the many blessings in my work … thoughts of a new mommy

By Julie Edwards Julie Edwards (@jredwards)

It’s official … my maternity leave has come to an end!  I recently returned to work after 12 wonderful wintery weeks of baby bonding time.  Yes, part of me was saddened that my wee one now had to learn to share me, for I would no longer be available anytime on demand.  On the other […]

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Tags: new mom, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Registered Nurse, RN, working mom


May 19, 2014 · Leave a Comment

The many roles I play as a Neurology ICU nurse!

By Julie Edwards Julie Edwards (@jredwards)

A day in the life of a neuro ICU nurse … Well look at that … it’s time to head to work! Kisses from my boys and hubby, and I am out the door, ready to perform in one of the many roles I play in life — a neuro ICU nurse! I love my […]

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Tags: Critical Care Nurse, Neurology ICU nurse, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, recruitment, Registered Nurse


May 2, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Taking nursing experience and education to the next level…what’s your next step?

By Dana Smith Dana Smith (@danasmith)

Many nurses ask themselves: “What are my professional goals as a nurse?  Do I want an advanced degree to become an Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator or Nurse Administrator?” There’s a wide variety of advanced degree options within nursing. One example is the role of a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS), who works collaboratively to improve the […]

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May 1, 2014 · Leave a Comment

A witness to a truly collaborative team delivering the best outcomes for our patients!

By Jill Turck Jill Turck (@jkturck)

It was a quiet morning on Fr4C. My clinical coach and I had been very productive all morning. We were all caught up on orders, assessments, charting, and medications. We had just sat down to look up some notes on our patients, and my coach had brought along an EKG book for me to browse […]

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Tags: Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Nursing Student, Registered Nurse, RN, Summer III Nursing Externship


April 18, 2014 · Leave a Comment

A Day in the Life of a Medical ICU Nurse in Rochester, MN

By Ann Ballard Ann Ballard (@ballardann)

I arrive and check for my assignment. Today I’ll be with a new patient. Our unit huddles at 7 a.m., and we are briefed about staff and patients. My patient is a direct admission from an outside hospital and preliminary diagnoses are sepsis and pneumonia- that’s our specialty. She’s coming by helicopter and they are […]

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Tags: Medical ICU Nurse, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Registered Nurse


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