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Joined Mar 5, '09 - from 'New England'. Dembitz is a Nurse Practitioner. She has '4' year(s) of experience. Posts: 52 (40% Liked) Likes: 77

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  • Nov 15

    Quote from RNpandoraRN
    I've also observed that FNPs, ANPs in the fields of Neurology, Acute Care, etc. tend to make more money in my area. My field - obgyn, women's health, even midwifery - seems to be the red-headed step child in the area.
    I live in a high cost of living area. Dual certified as WHNP and ANP. My first job as a new grad in a non-women's health field paid $85,000 in a somewhat lower income part of the state. I interviewed for a WHNP position closer to home in a much higher income part of the state (New England states are small, cost of living varies dramatically in a small radius!) and was told they NEVER pay NPs more than $75,000. For whatever reason, women's health jobs do pay less.

    (Didn't take the job, currently making well over 6 figures but not in a women's health position.)

  • Nov 10

    Quote from RNpandoraRN
    I've also observed that FNPs, ANPs in the fields of Neurology, Acute Care, etc. tend to make more money in my area. My field - obgyn, women's health, even midwifery - seems to be the red-headed step child in the area.
    I live in a high cost of living area. Dual certified as WHNP and ANP. My first job as a new grad in a non-women's health field paid $85,000 in a somewhat lower income part of the state. I interviewed for a WHNP position closer to home in a much higher income part of the state (New England states are small, cost of living varies dramatically in a small radius!) and was told they NEVER pay NPs more than $75,000. For whatever reason, women's health jobs do pay less.

    (Didn't take the job, currently making well over 6 figures but not in a women's health position.)



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