I recently had an interview at Patient First in Maryland. For full time, nurses are required to work 5 7-hour shifts per week. They can be opening (745-3), closing (3-10) or mid-shift (11-6), depending upon how busy the particular site is. Most shifts are either open or closing and you might work both throughout the week (meaning, it does not rotate like the hospital, where you work days for a couple weeks and then evening).
So when I arrived, they gave me quite a bit of paperwork to complete in addition to a nurse review/quiz, which tests on medications, dosages, routes, (they ask about which gauge to use IM, IV, SQ, etc) as well as signs and symptoms of certain illnesses/emergencies. I had to wait quite a while after my paperwork was completed for my actual interview, but they may have just been busy this particular day. The interview part went well and they do have some nice incentives for nurses. However, at the end of it all, the pay the offered was $6/hour less than my minimum desired salary and $10/hour less than what I currently make. I had to tell the interviewer right there that I simply could not afford to feed my family on such a low salary. I have been a nurse for 4 years, (1.5 years in an ER, 2.5 in a facility for medically fragile children). Maybe I did not have enough experience to warrant more pay, but be aware that you may be offered significantly less than what you might make in a hospital. Just my experience, hope it works out well for anyone else who might be considering applying.