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Providence Hospital

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1150 Varnum St NE
Washington, DC 20017


Number of Beds 570

Walkthrough State YES

Compact State NO

State License Fee $230

License Wait Time 2-4 weeks

Temporary License n/a

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State Hourly

State Annual $36.13 (non-traveler)

National Hourly $57,840 (non-traveler)

National Annual $33.23


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May 11, 2012

by Anonymous

First job as a registered nurse

Wonderful staff and coworkers. Convient to home, walking distance

May 03, 2012

by Anonymous

Little Noisy But It's Good

This company is very good so far. There were one male and female employees fought over something ( may be about unappropiate touch).The hall way are noisy. As being student there I felt ok.

April 27, 2012

by Anonymous

Really enjoyed the family geared atmosphere

Began my OR career in this institution. Personnel were so gracious in accepting newbies. Learned so much from each of them. They were all quite dedicated to both each other and their patient.Was fortunate in having dynamite managers! Good rapport with staff. They also pitched in as needed with cases.

April 25, 2012

by Anonymous

very hard work but i enjoyed it

i got all my supplies that i needed ,changed bedding,checked charts,gave patients bed baths,ordered breakfast, i learned to take care of the patient like it was one of your own family members cause the depend on you,the hardest part of the job was seeing one of the patients die.the most enjoyable part is knowing you do your job well when the patient request you.

April 18, 2012

by Anonymous

Changing the face; but can't tell you how

Very family friedly. There mission is all about family. A days work at Providence is helping the vendors by answering questions that they might have dealing with there payments. Walking through the hallways and on your way to lunch a patient needs your help with directions. You are giving your service in helping. Voluteering at events that the hospital might have.
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