Lets talk about $$$ - page 5
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... Read More
3Mar 27, '14 by toomuchbaloneySo you make right around $14/hr?
And pay for your own mileage and automobile maintenance?
With no benefits.
That seems really really low to me.
And I notice from another thread that you are wondering if you should purchase patient supplies yourself???
I am getting concerned.
1Mar 27, '14 by KelRN215, BSN, RNQuote from startofcareYou do a one hour visit for $14? For real? That's absurd.Wound vac usually 1hr, sometime more for multiple wound vac.
SOC 2.5 hrs
1Mar 27, '14 by startofcareYes I know, I'm not at all happy with this situation.
As you know im in the process of making my footprint, and then I can have better leverage, but I am acutely aware that I'm being screwed.
1Mar 29, '14 by startofcareQuote from KelRN215Yes I know its absurd, I just made 6 months experience ( i know most agencies want 1 year), I am now looking for a new home care provider to work for.You do a one hour visit for $14? For real? That's absurd.
0Jul 19, '14 by ATLIENBoston mass
75 bucks for a 1 hr visit
per diem no, no minimum shifts per month
perks are...well 75 bucks
mostly non nursing companionship but they *want a nurse
0Jul 19, '14 by JazzyjazzJust hired
$25/hr 40 hrs a week. $38/visit during the weekend.
Health insurance after 90 days probationary period. Not sure how much it would cost me.
Perks... I will wait and see after my 90 days.
0Jul 19, '14 by RedInScrubs, ASN, CNA, LPN, RNColorado:
1. Southern area
2) $21.50/hr (RN). Currently PT/PRN.
3) No benefits, drive reimbursement, etc.
4) No perks, other than we work shifts with one family, instead of many.Last edit by RedInScrubs on Jul 19, '14
0Jul 19, '14 by JazzyjazzThis is interesting... Keep em' coming. I'm curious to know the amount of experience in HH that you have as well. I'm a new grad, wonder if $25 is fair.
1Jul 21, '14 by startofcareQuote from JazzyjazzThis sounds fair if this is an hourly rate, but make sure if you receive mileage, extra pay for SOC ROC revert, also if you have access to educational material it a clinical educator and not just you tube.This is interesting... Keep em' coming. I'm curious to know the amount of experience in HH that you have as well. I'm a new grad, wonder if $25 is fair.
0Jul 21, '14 by alibee$770 for my first 12 units, $41/unit for each one after. Revisits/wound care are 1 unit, SOC/ROC are 2.5 units. We get paid 45 cents per mile. This is in NJ, and I'm brand new to home care.
0Jul 22, '14 by taratyflyVermont
$40. for visit
$60. for recert
$90 for SOC
I work per diem so no benefits
0Aug 6, '14 by BabaLouRNI never GIVE patients my cell number. They get it from caller ID and keep it.
2Aug 6, '14 by caliotter3Quote from BabaLouRNI prevent this by blocking my number when I call. All it takes is to dial star 67 at the beginning of the number. When I put their number into my contacts list, I always start with star 67.I never GIVE patients my cell number. They get it from caller ID and keep it.