rn relocating to houston,,, need advice?

i am in nursing school and will be an RN next fall ( 2009) and my husband wants to move from here ( cleveland, ohio) to houston tx... i have been a tech at the cleveland clinic for the last 4 years and will be working as a rn here at the clinic for about 6 months before we move because i want to be here for the holidays.. o have a few ?? bout houston and the hospitals. ..1... what is the best hospital to work at as far as benifits and pay and over all happness goes.. 2 .. are any of the hospitals recruiting if so does anyone have any numbers or emails for me 3.. any hospitals have sign on bonus or relocation bonus... 4.. what is the best community to live in we have 2 young kids who when we move will be 7 and 3 .. we want a nice community with some land but most important good schools... my husband and i are planning to fly down around dec to check out houses and hospitals.. so any advice is greatly appreciated! thanks...stay blessed!

Asked By: Tnrmarshall - 5/4/2008
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Well, you've picked a good career as nursing jobs abound in Houston with almost everyone offering sign up bonuses. The best hospital in Houston to work for is the Methodist Hospital System. Second after that is St. Luke's Hospital, and then the Memorial Herman Hospitals. You'll have to check with them regarding what... More
Answered By: cookingpancake - 5/4/2008
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there are numerous hospitals all over houston. You have the Medical center with MD Anderson, Memorail Health Care hospital system,Methodist hospital system and many other smaller health care systems in the houston area. The ones above are the three major systems and you should be able to check them out online... More
Answered By: Streaker - 5/4/2008
Check out the Med center hospitals: Hermann, Methodist, MD Anderson, & St Lukes. The Memorial-Hermann branches around the city are good except the the one on the SW side. Stick with the private sector. County & state hospitals don't pay squat!
Answered By: FoamyRules - 5/4/2008
The hospitals and the oil and gas would be the only good reason to move here. The ONLY reason why I haven't left is because of the hospital system. I would pick either The Methodist Hospital or MD Anderson.
Answered By: mizzhollywood26 - 5/4/2008
My best advice is to live close to work. You want your free time for your family, not for commuting. There is no reson why you can't find great jobs in almost any area. Once you have an idea where to work, it will be easy to fins a hoe in a very nice part of town. Houston is very spread out. Try to find a job... More
Answered By: Konswayla - 5/4/2008
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