not many facilities will come right out and hand over the $$$, unless you are firm in requesting it, have your ducks in a row as to why you should get credit for your experience and what you are willing to do for them. This means lay your loyalty on the line. Let them know you really like your job, see yourself there for many years, and that you would hate to have to look elswhere when you are already know the p&p's, chating systems, doctors and thier different little requirments for thier patients, whould require less training and are a member of thier team. Ask highier then you really would be happy with and negotiate down, know the $-figure you would work for and stick to it.
And if all else fails, and you are really not happy with the wage, politely and professioonall turn down the offer and look elswhere.
Managment knows a new grad RN with several years LPN experience is worth more than new grad pay, but they are more than happy to take your knowledge and experience for free
if you let them do it.