Nurses dating doctors residents
The average student loan for a doctor is 0,000 for medical school alone.
If you date an intern or resident, you can expect cheap dates, small gifts, and a lot of nights watching movies at home.
Doctors used to marry nurses -- it was a more common practice in previous generations. Here’s a list of reasons why you may not want to either.
Typically, nurses enter into relationships with first year interns or residents.
Residents (second and third years) are on call every fourth night. That is unless you want to coordinate your crazy hours with those of the intern or resident.
When a nurse and a doctor date, it becomes everybody’s business.
Just recently started dating a doctor and want to take a romantic tropical vacation together?Coworkers feel invested in these relationships and need details.Hospitals are comprised primarily of women, and women tend to gossip.After all, most fellows or attending physicians are engaged or married.
Interns are assigned quite possibly the worst schedule and on-call rotation in the hospital. At a facility I’m familiar with, interns in the ICU and cardiology are on call every third day and cover one week of night call per month.Keeping a relationship with a coworker private can be impossible. A relationship constantly under scrutiny from female coworkers can be exhausting, and most nurses don’t need the added pressure at work.