John hopkins hospital and starting salary - page 3

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Hello to all, I was wondering if anyone new the current starting salary for new grads at JHH in Baltimore. Thanks.... Read More


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    They don't have listings for "new grad nurses" nor do they have many internships. They are listed as "nurse clinician." Some list entry level (usually medicine floors). If you see a specialty you are dying to work in don't hesitate to apply if it it mentions 1 year required. Jobs are listed weekly so check often. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/nursi...ess/index.html
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    Ahh i see, thats great! i just checked it right now! thanks a lot, another question, do you have any idea how long it takes to get a license in maryland if a apply through endorsement from cali?
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    I would guess 4-6 weeks - most nursing boards take that long.
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    Maryland BON told me 6-8 weeks. Beware, they dont answer phones or return calls. I went in person, got my form and they have a mini mall in the plaza so the same day: I got my passport size photo, finger prints and money order payment.
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    If you are a new nurse there is no better start to your career than Hopkins. I work at the bayview campus and have learned so much. benefits are very good and reasonable. You don't make as much money working at hopkins than you do working somewhere else but its the name you are getting too. There is not much way to move up and make more money per hour at hopkins as they have scheduled % raises which are pitiful. If I wanted to make more money I would have to take my experience and go somewhere else. I would probably make 3 or 5 more dollars an hour right now if I moved and it will take me 5 years to get that at hopkins, or longer. Its kind of a drag but you can't be choosy in this economy. Bayview is not on the PACE system and you work 36 hrs a week and time and a half after 40 hrs and get paid differentials for weekends and nights and for float pool. Good luck!
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    Quote from colesedwards
    If you are a new nurse there is no better start to your career than Hopkins. I work at the bayview campus and have learned so much. benefits are very good and reasonable. You don't make as much money working at hopkins than you do working somewhere else but its the name you are getting too. There is not much way to move up and make more money per hour at hopkins as they have scheduled % raises which are pitiful. If I wanted to make more money I would have to take my experience and go somewhere else. I would probably make 3 or 5 more dollars an hour right now if I moved and it will take me 5 years to get that at hopkins, or longer. Its kind of a drag but you can't be choosy in this economy. Bayview is not on the PACE system and you work 36 hrs a week and time and a half after 40 hrs and get paid differentials for weekends and nights and for float pool. Good luck!
    I'm glad you are happy and feel you are getting a good learning experience but I find it offensive that Hopkins thinks their "name" counts as financial compensation. Sorry but losing $5 an hour is $10,000 a year. Thanks but no thanks.
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    I worked out the hours and if I worked OT on my floor I would make more money because we get time and a half for holidays and OT. All Main Campus floors except for Maternal Newborn/OBGYN are rotating day/night-so much so that most nurses just go to straight or mostly nights because 10 day/10nights in six weeks can be exhausting. I do think its difficult to feel compensated by a "name" but I also feel that our hospitals, despite the locations give great care. I had clinicals at many hospitals in baltimore and there are a few I would never go to unless I was bleeding to death.

    I work on the surgical floor and exactly, EXACTLY all the same doctors are on my floor as on the units on Main campus. I know because I recently interviewed at main campus and saw 6 MD's I know from my floor. I think that Bayview is an equal campus as far as caliber of nurses and MD's.

    We are all in it together, so to speak.
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    I'm about to interview at JHH for two positions. I'm a new grad RN (BSN) and am wondering about salaries. Can anyone who started in 2012 give me a ball park on the hourly rate? Do they still pay night or weekend differential? Thanks! Super excited about this opportunity!
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    Hi BalmerRN

    how did you get the interview? i was looking everywhere for the position that says new grads but to no avail. I had my Bayview interview this morning and the recruiter was very nice.
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    Quote from colesedwards
    I worked out the hours and if I worked OT on my floor I would make more money because we get time and a half for holidays and OT. All Main Campus floors except for Maternal Newborn/OBGYN are rotating day/night-so much so that most nurses just go to straight or mostly nights because 10 day/10nights in six weeks can be exhausting. I do think its difficult to feel compensated by a "name" but I also feel that our hospitals, despite the locations give great care. I had clinicals at many hospitals in baltimore and there are a few I would never go to unless I was bleeding to death.

    I work on the surgical floor and exactly, EXACTLY all the same doctors are on my floor as on the units on Main campus. I know because I recently interviewed at main campus and saw 6 MD's I know from my floor. I think that Bayview is an equal campus as far as caliber of nurses and MD's.

    We are all in it together, so to speak.

    Hi colesedwards!

    Are you still working in Bayview? I just had my phone interview this morning and I hope I did justice. The recruiter seemed really nice. She said she would give me a call after she speaks with the manager and she gave me her number too in case I needed to ask her something. Is that a good sign? plase help! thanks! I really want to work in there...so bad!


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