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Madigan Army Medical Center

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Number of Beds 140

Walkthrough State NO

Compact State NO

State License Fee $92

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Temporary License n/a

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State Hourly $35.98 (non-traveler)

State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)

National Hourly $33.23

National Annual $69,110





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June 03, 2015

by Anonymous


I work day shift in a clinic. Clinic is busy from open to close. Very good learning environment. Highly recomend working here.

March 17, 2014

by Anonymous

Productive, skill building

Love working hospital setting. I work post surgical unit. Improve on skills daily with the different surgeries performed daily. Place IV's daily, lab draws, EKGs, med pass, daily assessments, IV fluid maintenance and antibiotic administration. Use of lift systems, patient education, transferring of patients. Admit and d/c patients

January 01, 2014

by Anonymous

I enjoy working with patients daily and also can work independently

It was not unusual to have around 60 to 100 patients per day, we were extremely busy, and of course this forces you to be very organized. I always try to inject humor into everything so as make an enjoyable work environment, I miss my co-workers very much.For me,the hardest part of the job was the unstable economy, and the furloughs, unfortunately many good people left the hospital to work in the private sector, and eventually I had to leave as well. The most enjoyable part of my job was not just one thing but many, the atmosphere, my co-workers, the positive learning environment, and of course the patients!! There is always a new and interesting patient right around the corner.

November 19, 2013

by Anonymous

Externship/ Non-pay

I completed 300+ hours required for training in the field of Medical Histology. Histology being the study of the cells in tissue, I operated as an histo tech including: Collecting Specimens, Accessioning and Processing tissue on tissue processor, Embedding and Cutting as well as preparing slides and administering test on patients specimens.

November 17, 2013

by Anonymous

Choose to request days off/scheduling

I currently work here as a LPN through the Army. A typical day starts off with morning huddle, report from off going nurse, physical assessments, documentation, medication administration, and treatments ect. Learned many different skills from experienced nurses.
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