Originally Posted by Sparda29
So let's say I apply to X Hospital because of an opening for a Staff Pharmacist. If they hire me, I'd be a grad intern from May-August?
If they hire you then yes. But when hospitals hire a pharmacist they usually have an immediate need and usually don't have 3 months to dick around with a grad intern who may not get licensed.
Kind of like a seagull; I used to swoop in, make a lot of noise and **** everywhere, then leave. They were usually pretty excited to see me go. Now I only leave to walk back to my office. I'm always sure to stop by and say hi to all of the pretty nurses and flash my new employee badge at them. Usually makes for fun small talk in the elevators.