Home Health RNs: mileage reimbursement? - page 2
How many of you home health RNs get reimbursement for your mileage? I was offered a position but they have not told me anything about salary yet (apparently don't have it worked out?) and when I... Read More
0Apr 22, '13 by MelissaC RNMy agency doesnt cover for mileage but we do a solid 8 or 12 hour shift no visits. The most I get covered is any Tolls I may have to pay. It is ok with me as it is my first and almost only job offer and its only one home a day
0Apr 22, '13 by ijuanabhappyThe job I just accepted said they pay mileage at 0.40 cents, but this is only from my home to the first patient house, and then the last patient house back to my home. Do most places reimburse differently?
0Apr 22, '13 by livelaughlove09Usually the mileage is not paid to the first patient and from the last patient to your house but everything is in between. That's odd. Mileage is a big deal, it adds up quickly, and is sometimes the only reimbursement you get for your time when you're paid per visit.
0Apr 27, '13 by KelRN215, BSN, RNQuote from ijuanabhappyAre you sure it's not for all miles between the first patient and the last patient? Seems more likely that they would have said they DON'T pay for the miles from your house to the first patient's and from the last patient's to your home as those are considered your commute to/from work.The job I just accepted said they pay mileage at 0.40 cents, but this is only from my home to the first patient house, and then the last patient house back to my home. Do most places reimburse differently?