Salaries at Ct Hospitals-All in one thread

  1. I graduate from Nursing school In May 09..I see posts all over for salaries at different hospitals in Ct. Maybe we can try to get this info in one post.

    Thanks!!!!
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  2. 11 Comments

  3. by   CTnewNurse
    I'm applying to Hartford, St. Francis, and Yale-New Haven... I know that St. Francis starts new grads at $27.50 as of last week. I'll keep you posted on the others.
  4. by   iwillbanurse08
    Are these salaries for LPN or RN
  5. by   CTnewNurse
    that's for an RN... and just for the record Hartford is $27.50 as well.
  6. by   PinkPeony7
    St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury starts new grads at $29.15.
  7. by   SwampCat
    According to Windham Hospital's website, RN's start at $27.56.
  8. by   EmaDee
    Does anyone know about Bristol Hospial, Bradley Memorial, Midstate, or Hospital of Central Connecticut?
  9. by   TryingNot2BeScared
    Although I am in New York and only a pre-nursing student. I hear there is a large hospital in Danbury, and that is close to me...Anyone know if they hire new grads and salary there? Thanks!
  10. by   trepinCT
    Quote from PinkPeony7
    St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury starts new grads at $29.15.

    I heard that too, but was also made aware from some nurses that they start higher, but you kind of stagnate there and dont move up as quickly as elsewhere..???
  11. by   trepinCT
    Quote from DCCNurse2Be
    Although I am in New York and only a pre-nursing student. I hear there is a large hospital in Danbury, and that is close to me...Anyone know if they hire new grads and salary there? Thanks!


    Danbury Hospital..they take new grads (dont they all..??) I heard good things about them..did 2 clinical rotations there and loved it!!! They have an open house on the 15th..its posted on website...unsure of exact website, but when you find it, go to job opportunities, specify RN ,hit search and the open house info will pop up..
  12. by   StudyinginCT
    How about benefits? Who offers student loan assistance and/or signing bonuses? I'm looking to satisfy 2 requirements: get into a critical care nurse residency program at the hospital with the best benefits. Salary is also a criterion, but I'd take loan repayment over a slightly higher salary. Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, NH gives you $2500/year for 5 years for loans. Not an option for me, since I'm looking to go to CCSU for grad school and want to stay local while I get my experience.

    Cheers!
  13. by   picuRN0430
    My best friend works at CT Children's and she started somewhere around $27, and after 2 years, is now at $30/hour.

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