st.raphael hospital

  1. 0 im working in Uk.they offered me job in there surgical unit.salary $58,000/annum.is that the starting salary?any feedback about st.raphael?
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  3. Visit  1978ms profile page

    About 1978ms

    Joined Feb '07; Posts: 11.

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  4. Visit  CT Pixie profile page
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    Although I personally have never worked at St Ray's (nickname for St Raphael's) I do have several close friends who have worked there or previously worked there. I also have quite a few instructors at my school who work/have worked there.

    I've never heard anyone complain about it. All seem to like/love working there. Most of the people have been there for years.

    Can't help you with the salary. I've never discussed pay with these friends. Good luck!
  5. Visit  Esther2007 profile page
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    only $58,000??? That is not that much.......I am sorry to say. I am not a nurse and I am making close to that doing much less. I heard Danbury pays alot more and Greenwich also. Well, if you a new grad, that is ok.
  6. Visit  1978ms profile page
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    thank you CT pixie for your feedback about st. rays.im currently working in united united kingdom and been working here for nearly 4 years.
  7. Visit  FNimuaeMae profile page
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    Hello-

    I work at St Raphaels... 58k sounds about right, but you aren't figuring in shift differentials, weekend differentials, night shift bonuses and overtime. All those add up. I work in one of the ICU's... great crew in mine. Just heard about their UK RN recruitment efforts yesterday.... good luck!

    Missy
  8. Visit  1978ms profile page
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    hi FNimaeMae,
    thank you.i will be working in medical-surgical telemetry.its nice to hear from you.
  9. Visit  ErieNikita profile page
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    I worked at St. Ray's back in the 90's and my salary was much less (about $46,000) but would make between $53, 000 and $60,000 with shift differentials and holiday, weekend bonuses and any extra days I put in. I miss working on the east coast. Come to western Pennsylvania and you see starting hourly rates for RN's with experience at $16 - 19/hour. I had to fight to get $22 - 23/hour.
  10. Visit  trepinCT profile page
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    Quote from Esther2007
    only $58,000??? That is not that much.......I am sorry to say. I am not a nurse and I am making close to that doing much less. I heard Danbury pays alot more and Greenwich also. Well, if you a new grad, that is ok.

    I am sorry that you have been mis informed..but that is a pretty good start pay...and its the going rate anywhere..give or take a dollar or two...


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