I'm salaried so no per visit rate for me. When we do on call visits though we get $45 for a regular visit and $65 for an admission. Mileage we had been getting 50.5 cents a mile but it just decreased to 37.5 cents a mile last week. I average 5-6 visits a day and anywhere from 35-70 miles a day between patients.
I'm hourly, but I do know at the agency I work for the per visit nurses make $65 for a reg visit and $95 for an admission, Hospice team , so the visits are usually an hour. Our mileage reimbursement was 0.58 per mile until the gas prices fell, now it's 0.55/mile, not too bad now that gas has gone down
The HH agency that I went to work for as a RN case manager, we are given company cars that we take home, given a credit card for gas and car related expenses. We keep the car at our homes. I am salary, any overtime is comp time and so far that is working out really great!
our agency matches the government mileage amount. i drive a company car, so i don't get mileage. like another nurse on here, the company pays for the gas/maintenance/insurance on the company car. i am hourly, but i did take a pay cut for leaving the hospital. i average 4 to 5 patients per 10 hour day. i also drive around 100 miles a day. my visits are on average an hour or an hour and a half. i do a lot of counseling and end of life teaching.