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This is a discussion on Pay Rates for new Grads (Updates are appreciated) in Maryland Nursing, part of United States Nursing ... Hi all. I'll be finishing in December and am going back to Baltimore to practice. I'm from the...by dpetrovia Mar 6, '06Hi all. I'll be finishing in December and am going back to Baltimore to practice. I'm from the area but am attending a program in Virginia.
Can someone let me know who is looking like the best to work for in terms of either bonuses, loan repayments or things of that sort? I know others have asked but I was hoping for more specifics on other hospitals like Mercy, GBMC, Hopkins, and St. Joes. I'm hoping to move back to Towson.
Any information is appreciated :spin:
I'm looking forward to being back in the Baltimore area!!!!
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