Lets talk about $$$ - page 4
Ok guys, I just want to essentially take a survey of what people are making in Home Health. Basically to show the regional disparities and to make sure everyone is getting a fair and equal paycheck at the end of the day. I... Read More
- 0May 1, '13 by vampymegsBrand New to HHC, have about one year experience in nursing ...
1) MetroEast Massachusetts
2) Salaried at 28 an hour, 75 for SOC and 40 for a skill visit , .42 a mile
3)Bennefits are cheaper, about half, than what I'm paying now at SNIF unit (single mom of two paying current 140 a week to paying 90 a week at the new place)
4.)sched is ft, bennies are great
- 0May 1, '13 by godivaCentral Indiana. $22/hr, no bennies, $0.32/mi. Bonus for being on-call by day (I haven't been asked yet to do it so I don't know what that stipend is... the last agency I worked for paid an extra $150/wk on-call). I'm still in training so I don't know what my load will be. My documentation and phone calls are expected to be done while I am in the home which means I'm not expected to make more than a reasonable number of visits a day and my drive time is paid, which is nice because some patients are kinda far.
I'm a newer nurse so this kind of pay seems reasonable to me... I'm amazed at how much of you seem to be able to make!
- 0May 3, '13 by cathrn64Suburbs of Chicago
57.00 = RECERT
45.00 = REGULAR VISIT
50.00= High Tech
Full, (but expensive) benifits (INS, Dental, Vision), PTO/SICK
Full time employees can lease a company car- which at first sounds expensive, but works out well. It comes out of my paycheck, and includes gas, insurance and maintenance
part time and those who don't want the car---millage reimbersment
Last edit by NRSKarenRN on May 15, '13
- 0May 4, '13 by SanDiegoCaliRNI rarely work HH anymore but I'm still on with my agency and am offered shifts. Ours is private duty, 12 hour shifts with only one (wealthy) client, usually with minimal and sometimes no nursing interventions required. The pay is $35/hr for the first 8 hrs, and time and a half for last 4 (Cali). It's a cush job for someone burned out with bedside nursing but as a newer nurse, I found it incredibly boring (even if I did work in fabulous mansions with chefs, housekeepers, etc and visited 5 star restaurants with client on their dime and on the clock). I find labor and delivery far more fulfilling and exciting, even if I'm not making near the $ I do in HH
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