Tripler Army Medical Center RN Pay - page 2

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Aloha! I am deciding if I want to accept an ICU RN position at Tripler AMC. This is a civilian contract position, not a Federal civilian position. Have anyone worked as a contract nurse either for Altos or NSR? What is the... Read More


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    NSR is a temp agency that supplies Tripler. It is kind of like Triplers float pool since there is not one but they do not do PRN status; they do full time temporary. NSR is also asking for a non-compete contract to be signed. Read everything.
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    For Worf, if you are still curious.

    Tripler does 8's and 12's, mostly 12's on the floors. Can't tell you specifically about mother baby stuff, sorry. Rotating shift would depend on who is in charge. If you are civilian, chances are you would rotate less than your military counterpart. Parking is a pain, not the worst place but certainly not the best. On a positive note, if you have to park far away 90% chances are the weather is good. Don't know about day care, don't think they have an on sight but was not looking. There are day cares close by.
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    I have arrived to Oahu in the last 12 months. I have been offered a critical care type position with NSR that pays 36.58. I thought I could make more at Pacific Health or another hospital. Any ideas what Pacific Health pays for critical care or Ed per hour?
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    Not sure, but NSR is one of the lowest on the island.
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    HPH pays a set wage of $52.71 regardless of years of experience and regardless of department. HPH night differential is $3 and charge differential is $3. Queens pays based on experience and has their pay scale on their website.
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    Quote from HawaiiRN5
    HPH pays a set wage of $52.71 regardless of years of experience and regardless of department. HPH night differential is $3 and charge differential is $3. Queens pays based on experience and has their pay scale on their website.
    Nope

    HPH pays based on experience as well. It also varies between HPH hospitals (Straub, Pali Momi, Kapiolani, Wilcox) because each hospital is a separate entity. The payscale on Queens's website is also very old and outdated.


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