nursing salaries in florida - page 2

i am a registered nurse with seven years experience planning to move to southeast florida in may with two kids . looking for average nursing salaries and average pool salaries and do they offer... Read More

  1. by   cocodog
    hi, does anyone know the differential pay (nights and weekends) at Mt. Siani hospital and Jackson memorial hospital in miami, fl
  2. by   skazka
    Hello,
    does anyone know the average salary of new RN in Tampa bay? In what places does the salary vary and why?Thanks
  3. by   ayannaasante
    i am a lpn student finishing in Oct 2008 & planning on bridging to RN-ADN program in Jan 2009 i want to know if it is neccesary for me to get my BSN i want to specialize in ICU, telemetry, Med/surg areas, CCU
  4. by   eymilin
    Pay isn't great in the Tamps/St. Petersburg area for new grads. All Children's Hospital is the lowest paying hospital starting at $20.12/h and only $1.50 weekend differential. Tampa General just upped their pay by $3 or $4 an hour, however I don't know what the starting pay was.
  5. by   YSB82
    does any one knows what's the salary you have if you accept an scholar program, for example from Jackson? they offer to pay my classes, my books and uniforms but I have to work for then two years after graduation....what would be my salary those two years?????
    Please some one answer...please, pleaseeeee
  6. by   breeqt
    Quote from cocodog
    hi, does anyone know the differential pay (nights and weekends) at Mt. Siani hospital and Jackson memorial hospital in miami, fl

    at Jackson it's 6 for nights and 2.75 for weekends
  7. by   xbizymom
    Can anyone tell me where to go to find a list of hospitals that hire for seasonal ER work, or does anyone know of any specifically? Any info would be very appreciated. Thanks...
  8. by   galan108
    There's always the option of becoming a professor if you have your Nurse Practicioner credentials. I have a professor who is great and she has definitely inspired me to be a great nurse.

    As for the salaries, they are very competitve in South Florida...especially closer to the Miami area.
    Last edit by dianah on Feb 14, '10 : Reason: Removed name, as posting names is Terms of Service violation
  9. by   nursejae
    what is the nurse to patient ratio in south florida
  10. by   louieb
    hi evryone can anyone answer if florida gives a real license card even though you dont have a SSN?? i'm planning to transfer my files (NCLEX_RN) from california to florida.. does florida accept it without showing SSN?
  11. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from louieb
    hi evryone can anyone answer if florida gives a real license card even though you dont have a SSN?? i'm planning to transfer my files (NCLEX_RN) from california to florida.. does florida accept it without showing SSN?
    Off topic to the thread but if I remember rightly No Florida doesn't give license without SSN and after checking the BON website out (best thing to do) the answer is NO

    5)Before a license can be issued, the licensee must have a social security number (SSN). The SSN is not required to complete the application process and take the NCLEX exam.
    Licensure Information for Foreign Educated Applicants - Florida Board of Nursing - Licensure Information for Foreign Educated Applicants
  12. by   BOOYARN
    agency nurse 39 at hca telemetry floors , 33 jackson tele or medsurge and 37 at any tenet telemetry doesnt matter if its day or night
  13. by   BOOYARN
    Quote from louieb
    hi evryone can anyone answer if florida gives a real license card even though you dont have a SSN?? i'm planning to transfer my files (NCLEX_RN) from california to florida.. does florida accept it without showing SSN?

    how are you gonna get paid without a SSN????

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