Pay Rate for CNA's in Hospital or LTC in SoCal
- 0Apr 12, '10 by ccasey013What are the usual pay rate for CNA's that work in the Hospitals or LTC in Southern California?
- 0Apr 12, '10 by eveningsky339Quote from ccasey013I have absolutely no idea... But I can tell you that, generally, Hospitals pay better than LTC's. Up to several dollars/hour better.What are the usual pay rate for CNA's that work in the Hospitals or LTC in Southern California?
According to indeed.com, a CNA in Los Angeles will be looking at about 26K a year (regardless of facility). Someone should be along to give you a more definitive answer.
- 0Apr 13, '10 by eveningsky339Quote from ValmondyOh good. I will be dragging my family down from Maine shortly. Though I would be missing out on my pay raise if I left my facility; they're thinking about upping me to $2.00 an hour.above $15.00/hr you can find at UCLA Med. Center.
Cedar Sinai pays good (as I was told).