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  1. by   MaMaMia1016
    Quote from JennaRN1006
    Hi -- I am new to this forum, but I have worked for Memorial Sloan Kettering for 6 years now (not as a nurse for all 6 though). I was in research and worked my way through nursing school with Memorial's help. I started a year ago as a nurse.

    Some may say I am biased, however, that is not true. I interviewed at Mt. Siani, Cornell, and Columbia University. I even accepted a position at Cornell. I didnt take the Cornell job because of what I found out afterwards...not such a hot place to work at.

    I cam back to Memorial within two weeks and I haven't regretted my decision. It is a great instition to grow and learn -- that is big for them. They truly support their nurses. I work on a busy unit, however, the nursing staff is very supportive and someone is always there if you need help, have a problem, etc.

    Benefits are good too!
    does MSKCC hire new grads with ADN?
  2. by   MaMaMia1016
    what is the nurse residency program at nyu? does nyu hire nre grads with ADN?
  3. by   CFainy
    Just incase anyone is wondering about Bronx and Westchester hospitals:

    Lawrence Hospital Center in Bronxville: 30.61 per hr (new grad) up to $41.62 hr (with exp) + $0.51 hr BSN & $3,995 yr evening diff, $7800 Night Diff NON- Union Hospital

    NY Westchester Square Medical Center: NYSNA hosp $62,717 base + $1,300 BSN
    Night diff $6,000

    Montefiore: NYSNA base $68,456 + $1,300 BSN & Night Diff = $6,000

    White Plains Hospital Center- non union $59,000 Base + $1,000 BSN

    Thats about all I know for now.

    Basically every hospital in the Bx pays less than NYC hospitals except Monte and obviously HHC hospitals are the same all around.

    Salary is huge when it comes to choosing a facility to work at. I know that I didnt study so hard in school to be making slacker salary:wink2:
  4. by   unadunad
    Very Informative thread, im' considering New York as one of my option in taking my NCLEX, this might help me decide!, Thank You
  5. by   Hydakins
    Quote from MaMaMia1016
    does MSKCC hire new grads with ADN?
    yes they do
  6. by   iToniai
    Quote from MaMaMia1016
    what is the nurse residency program at nyu? does nyu hire nre grads with ADN?
    Good luck
    Last edit by iToniai on Dec 21, '10
  7. by   edmia
    Quote from Bklyngurl
    :typing also with the city lifting their hire freeze what is their base and night differential?


    Thanks any info will do!!
    HHC is raising the base to a little over $65k by July and the night differential is $5400 or so, putting you a little over $70k if you work nights.

    Tuition reimbursement is ... wait for it.... $2000 per year!!! WOW!

    still, decent starting salary and totally worth you investing 3 or 4 years into a city hospital because the experience you get there is worth thousands. NYSNA is the union though, and their benefits suck. They just reduced the optical benefit to 0, and cut dental and prescriptions by quite a bit. I think 1199 is a better union.
  8. by   Lilluv117
    Thanks for the info Edmia! I heard that city hospital benefits are usually excellent... maybe they mean the pension and stuff. Anyway, I really appreciate the info as I'll most likely end up at Elmhurst. It is between that and Winthrop but I'm leaning towards Elmhurst.
  9. by   love06
    do u have any idea about winthrop hospital in mineola?do they hire any bsn ,rn?am a brand new nurse i heard nobody wil hire a fresh graduate nowadays .is tht true ?????am worrying all these stuffs?????and i have one more question which department wil we choose at the first time .i mean in learning aspects which department is best??????
  10. by   2bNURSEKENIA
    Hi My friend worked at Winthrop. She started working there fresh out of RN school. She has her ASN and she was hired there starting around 67K. She was an LPN prior to becoming an RN so maybe that affected her starting pay. She worked there for about 3 years on the Surgical Floor. She got her experience under her belt and she got out of there. Now she works for another hospital in Long Island.
  11. by   Lilluv117
    I'm a new grad and I got hired at Winthrop. I just graduated this May... I posted some info on them a little bit before you're post... maybe the page before. They start at $64K for days and $70.5K for nights for new grads with ADNs... BSNs get an extra $1500 or so per year differential. They do hire new grads... matter of fact, they just hired a bunch of new grads. I heard it is best to start out on Med-Surg. Someone else told me Telemetry is good and most of the patients are Walky-Talkies (That means they are able to walk and talk to you.) I got hired for a telemetry floor that has about 8 beds reserved for med-surg but is mostly telemetry. Winthrop is an excellent place to work as a new grad though. They have a very good orientation -it is longer than most hospitals'. Oh, and their tuition reimbursement is $3400 or so per year...

    They just hired a bunch of new grads so they may be a little slow on hiring now but I heard that once July and August orientations come up, some people don't show so they hire more new grads then... Good luck!!!
    Last edit by Lilluv117 on Jun 11, '08
  12. by   love06
    Quote from LoveNursing422
    I'm a new grad and I got hired at Winthrop. I just graduated this May... I posted some info on them a little bit before you're post... maybe the page before. They start at $64K for days and $70.5K for nights for new grads with ADNs... BSNs get an extra $1500 or so per year differential. They do hire new grads... matter of fact, they just hired a bunch of new grads. I heard it is best to start out on Med-Surg. Someone else told me Telemetry is good and most of the patients are Walky-Talkies (That means they are able to walk and talk to you.) I got hired for a telemetry floor that has about 8 beds reserved for med-surg but is mostly telemetry. Winthrop is an excellent place to work as a new grad though. They have a very good orientation -it is longer than most hospitals'. Oh, and their tuition reimbursement is $3400 or so per year...

    They just hired a bunch of new grads so they may be a little slow on hiring now but I heard that once July and August orientations come up, some people don't show so they hire more new grads then... Good luck!!!
    thank u 4 d information
  13. by   love06
    Quote from LoveNursing422
    I'm a new grad and I got hired at Winthrop. I just graduated this May... I posted some info on them a little bit before you're post... maybe the page before. They start at $64K for days and $70.5K for nights for new grads with ADNs... BSNs get an extra $1500 or so per year differential. They do hire new grads... matter of fact, they just hired a bunch of new grads. I heard it is best to start out on Med-Surg. Someone else told me Telemetry is good and most of the patients are Walky-Talkies (That means they are able to walk and talk to you.) I got hired for a telemetry floor that has about 8 beds reserved for med-surg but is mostly telemetry. Winthrop is an excellent place to work as a new grad though. They have a very good orientation -it is longer than most hospitals'. Oh, and their tuition reimbursement is $3400 or so per year...

    They just hired a bunch of new grads so they may be a little slow on hiring now but I heard that once July and August orientations come up, some people don't show so they hire more new grads then... Good luck!!!
    thank u so much for d information......

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