Nurse tech pay?

  1. How much does a nurse tech make in hospitals in MD?
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  2. 16 Comments

  3. by   sewnew
    UMMC pays $15/hour during the week and $18/hour on the weekends. I assume you are referring to a nursing assistant or patient care technician.
  4. by   williams3929
    Quote from sewnew
    UMMC pays $15/hour during the week and $18/hour on the weekends. I assume you are referring to a nursing assistant or patient care technician.
    That's great to know that's my dream hospital:heartbeat Lol
  5. by   Lev <3
    Northwest Hospital pays Nursing Associates (student nurse techs) $13.25 an hour. They have a very flexible schedule.
  6. by   BaltimoreHon
    Johns Hopkins pays $15.25 plus differentials.
  7. by   KimberlyRN89
    Quote from BSN Student +Tech
    Northwest Hospital pays Nursing Associates (student nurse techs) $13.25 an hour. They have a very flexible schedule.
    Are you currently working at Northwest? And by any chance did you have clinicals there ? I just completed Fundamentals of Nursing, and we had clinicals on the subacute unit. I really like this hospital! Did you just fill out the application online? Or did you by chance speak with HR or the unit manager? Sorry for all the questions!
  8. by   Lev <3
    I did not have clinicals there, but I actually just got a job there working as a what they call a "nursing associate." It is essentially a student nurse tech. I filled out an application online and they called me after about a month. I went in for an interview a week after they called me - I interviewed with the HR person and the nurse manager of the floor I'm working on. It's really a very very nice place - everyone is really friendly and they are really nice to students/new grads. They are having an orientation the week of july 17th, so make sure you apply as soon as possible.

    This job just went up yesterday, you may have a chance at it!
    https://www.healthcaresource.com/lif...rce=Indeed.com
    This is the same postion, just the night shift
    https://www.healthcaresource.com/lif...&cJobId=130154
    Last edit by Lev <3 on Jun 16, '11
  9. by   KimberlyRN89
    Quote from BSN Student +Tech
    I did not have clinicals there, but I actually just got a job there working as a what they call a "nursing associate." It is essentially a student nurse tech. I filled out an application online and they called me after about a month. I went in for an interview a week after they called me - I interviewed with the HR person and the nurse manager of the floor I'm working on. It's really a very very nice place - everyone is really friendly and they are really nice to students/new grads. They are having an orientation the week of july 17th, so make sure you apply as soon as possible.

    This job just went up yesterday, you may have a chance at it!
    https://www.healthcaresource.com/lif...rce=Indeed.com
    This is the same postion, just the night shift
    https://www.healthcaresource.com/lif...&cJobId=130154
    Thanks! I filled out an application
  10. by   Lev <3
    Quote from Nurse2bKimberly
    Thanks! I filled out an application
    Did you hear back from them?
  11. by   KimberlyRN89
    Quote from BSN Student +Tech
    Did you hear back from them?
    No, but my semester starts again @ the end of July, and I'm pretty sure I'm doing clinicals again @ Northwest. So I think on clinical day, I will try and stop by HR and ask about any openings they have
  12. by   Lev <3
    Quote from Nurse2bKimberly
    No, but my semester starts again @ the end of July, and I'm pretty sure I'm doing clinicals again @ Northwest. So I think on clinical day, I will try and stop by HR and ask about any openings they have
    Hey maybe ill see you! lol
  13. by   KimberlyRN89
    Quote from BSN Student +Tech
    Hey maybe ill see you! lol
    Maybe! I'll be in the group with the ugly uniforms & lab coats lol
  14. by   Ash25ley
    "UMMC pays $15/hour during the week and $18/hour on the weekends. I assume you are referring to a nursing assistant or patient care technician"

    Yea I am referring to a patient care tech and 15 is good, is that with or without shift differentials?

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