Average pay for office RN - page 3

I am just curious about what the average pay is for an office or clinic RN? I am currently working on a busy med-surg floor and make a decent wage. I am not happy at my current job and am looking... Read More

  1. Visit  ExAirBagRN profile page
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    I have 3 years experience in the hospital setting (med/surg-tele and LDRP) making $22.05 an hour + diff here in Kansas City , my last night shift being Friday. Monday I start a new position as a primary RN for a Plastic Surgeon and will be starting at $21.00........No brainer for me to leave the crazy, high stress, no lunch and no potty break environment. The practice that I am going to comprises of six Plastic Surgeons who have just built a state-of-the-art facility that resembles an art museum more than an office......I've died and gone to nurse Heaven!!!!!
    tobycoop, Anni23, LovedRN, and 2 others like this.
  2. Visit  Sl1011 profile page
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    Quote from ExAirBagRN
    I have 3 years experience in the hospital setting (med/surg-tele and LDRP) making $22.05 an hour + diff here in Kansas City , my last night shift being Friday. Monday I start a new position as a primary RN for a Plastic Surgeon and will be starting at $21.00........No brainer for me to leave the crazy, high stress, no lunch and no potty break environment. The practice that I am going to comprises of six Plastic Surgeons who have just built a state-of-the-art facility that resembles an art museum more than an office......I've died and gone to nurse Heaven!!!!!
    I'm actually really interested in working at a Plastic Surgeon's office again one day. I did temp work for 3 months at a small, nice one as the front desk. Loved the environment and the hours. But I didn't think they hired nurses???

    How did you get hired and what does an RN do at a plastic surgeon's office? Thanks
  3. Visit  Amanda.RN profile page
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    $50,000-55,000 annually
  4. Visit  PediNurse3 profile page
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    I am taking a $3.25/hr pay cut going from PICU to clinic (transfer within the hospital). With the 4 extra hours per week, it is a total of $638.56 a year decrease in base pay. Not figuring in the shift and weekend differentials, but I figure (hope?) that I'll wind up paying less in taxes and it will be a wash. Well worth it for me!
  5. Visit  klone profile page
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    In the Denver area, I've been told it's around $28-30/hour.
  6. Visit  MissPinkrnbsn profile page
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    A friend of mine got a job in Austin making 25/hr...
  7. Visit  RN58186 profile page
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    We earn the same as hospital RN's because we are unionized. Currently I make approx $43 an hour (top of the pay scale). The only thing I lost when I went from inpatient unit to the clinic was shift diff and weekend pay. But I never noticed the difference on my take home pay.
  8. Visit  Amanda.RN profile page
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    Moving from a hospital to a clinic was actually an increase in wage for me. In clinics in Wisconsin, I believe it's usually $50,000-54,000 for staff RN, $57,000-60,000 for RN supervisor, $63,000-66,000 for RN manager, and $70,000 for NP. Not sure where you're located, but I hope this helps.
  9. Visit  TRichter profile page
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    California pays $28-40 and up, depending on experience, education, position you are in.
  10. Visit  PennyNickelDime_RN profile page
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    I was just hired as a Clinic/Triage RN in the Milwaukee area with starting pay of $28.55. I was quite surprised as it is about $2.50 more/hr than when I was on a hospital floor. They had told me during my HR interview that clinic nurses did not make as much as hospital floor nurses so I was expecting $25/hr. I am now going to be working for a different healthcare system, so maybe that is why it is higher. I'm thrilled!
  11. Visit  deann52 profile page
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    If you work for a company like Kaiser under a union the clinic nurses are paid the same as everybody else. I am at $60/hr.
    cyram81RN and Kitty Gatita, RN like this.
  12. Visit  lnbrn71 profile page
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    Hi. I was wondering what experiences any of you have had at clinic jobs. I have been in med/surg for over 16 years and looking to get out of the crazy hospital environment. Some days I love it but it's definitely taking its toll on me. Plus I'm back in school for my BSN and I'm thinking this may be a little less stressful. I interviewed for an immediate care clinic position in the same hospital system I work in. The best thing is it would be a lateral move-same pay.

    The only thing that I wasn't sure about was the staffing/work environment. It is much smaller compared to the hospital. Only 1 RN, a tech, Rad tech, secretary and doctor. I've never had any problems getting along with my co-workers, but it's such a smaller group of people compared to the hospital.

    Does anyone have any opinions about this? Would this be a good transition from the high stress at the hospital?
  13. Visit  ryen profile page
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    Infusion center manager with 5 years experience. $71,000. Monday- Thursday.


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