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  1. by   love06
    hai love nursing.
    do u knw whn their orientation program starts?nd whn wil be their interview nd all........bcoz i heard the another orientation wil starts end of july /august.is tht true??????nw am really worrying abt .i already passd d test 2 mnths back....and if thy hiring end of july /augusts too delayed for me.am worrying .........hwz their interview nd all......?????
  2. by   Lilluv117
    Quote from love06
    hai love nursing.
    do u knw whn their orientation program starts?nd whn wil be their interview nd all........bcoz i heard the another orientation wil starts end of july /august.is tht true??????nw am really worrying abt .i already passd d test 2 mnths back....and if thy hiring end of july /augusts too delayed for me.am worrying .........hwz their interview nd all......?????
    They interview any time so just call the nurse recruiter there and schedule an interview. Their orientation for nurses is once a month I believe. I know mine is scheduled for August 11th. I believe the July one is also for sometime in the middle of the month. They don't only hire during the orientations, they may still be hiring. Call and find out! Good luck!
  3. by   NYNurseRN
    Quote from cookielady,rn
    I think they mean in NY. I can't believe Houston would pay so well. I was offered 23/hr at Springbranch I think and that was in April of this year.
    Um, Albany is in NY
  4. by   Lilluv117
    Quote from NYNurseRN
    Um, Albany is in NY

    She was referring to the link she quoted in her message... It is from the message above the Albany one... It is for a hospital in Texas...
  5. by   cherrysky
    Does anybody know the starting pay for the Rochester area?
    Strong Memorial Hospital (and Golisano Children's Hospital), General Hospital, Parkridge Hospital, etc... I think I'd like to work at either SMH or GH.
  6. by   glamgalRN
    Wow what a great thread!
    I live in Philly, and was shocked from reading these posts that it seems very common for nurses in NY w/the BSN to get paid more than someone w/their ASN for a staff nurse position. We don't have that here (at least not that I know of!) However there are certain hospitals that only hire nurses w/their BSN.
  7. by   SarasotaRN2b
    Believe me, when you break it down by the hour, it really isn't that much more. It is nice that they recognize the additional education.

    Kris
  8. by   FutureRN19
    Nursing Salaries at Mount Sinai

    Clinical Nurse:
    • $70,043.69; $72,145 effective 1/09; $74,309 effective 1/10 - immediately upon hire. (full time)
    • Per Diem rate of $47.47/hr; $48.90/hr effective 1/09; $50.36 effective 1/10 plus $2.76/hr for evening/night differential.
    Nurse Practitioner/Education Specialist/Clinician:
    • $91,361.57; $94,102.41 effective 1/09; $96,925.49 effective 1/10 - immediately upon hire. (full time)
    • NP Per Diem rate of $53.26/hr; $54.86 effective 1/09; $56.50 effective 1/10 plus $2.76/hr for evening/night differential.
    Up to $7,500 additional for 10 years most recent experience; ($7,600 effective 1/09; $7,700 effective 1/10); $1,000 for BSN ($1,300 effective 1/09) (clinical nurse), $1,200 for Masters ($1,500 effective 1/09) (clinical nurse), $1,500 for Doctorate ($1,700 effective 1/09), shift differential $5,400, ($5,850 effective 1/09); certification award $1,250; ($2,200 effective 1/09); preceptor pay of $18.75/shift ($23.50 effective 1/09) and charge pay of $2.50/hr ($3.00/hr effective 7/10).
    Across the board increases: 3% 1/2009; 3% 1/2010
  9. by   ambitiousgal06
    I am having problems a job in bklyn paying that amt I call LICH they r only hiring part time have anymore suggestions.
  10. by   CFainy
    Quote from ambitiousgal06
    I am having problems a job in bklyn paying that amt I call LICH they r only hiring part time have anymore suggestions.
    Maimonides pays well, like LITCH. Also Methodist. They are both good hospitals.
  11. by   denicu
    Quote from glamgalRN
    Wow what a great thread!
    I live in Philly, and was shocked from reading these posts that it seems very common for nurses in NY w/the BSN to get paid more than someone w/their ASN for a staff nurse position. We don't have that here (at least not that I know of!) However there are certain hospitals that only hire nurses w/their BSN.
    I think Philly is moving towards this trend. HUP and PA hosp recently starting hiring BSN grad only. I think it has something to do with HUP getting magnet status.
  12. by   UpliftingRN
    does anyone have any info on the hospital for special surgery in manhattan?
  13. by   mdiamond68
    Quote from JennaRN1006
    no non-profit hospitals are not allowed to contribute to IRA accounts, which are 401K and 403B accounts. They do contribute to a pension plan, which is different from an IRA. I believe you have to work at Memorial for a period of time (which I do not remember since I have been there for so long) to become vested. when you are vested, you will receive money from Memorial when you retire.
    Hi Jenna,
    I also work at MSKCC as a PCT and have for 3 years now. I am about to graduate with my RN-AASN and have a job here (I am told verbally by nurse manager), when I complete my NCLEX.
    My question to you as another MSKCC employee is fo you think that it's smart to take a RN position on a unit you already have been working as a tech? I am alos interested in NYP Columbia as I am interested in cardiac ICU nursing and feel this would be a great place to start and learn a lot. I am just not sure I will be able to get a position their as a new grad. The other thing is I am worried I will always compare it to MSKCC. As we both know it's a GREAT place to work and the people here are awesome. I know I would be happy here but I also feel I need to keep my options open and look at other hospitals.
    What was your feeling about Cornell that made you stay at MSKCC?
    Do you have any thoughts on Columbia? I will be living close to Columbia and could walk to work, which is a huge benefit.

    Oh and at MSKCC you need to be working full time for 5 years to be fully vested. To answer someone's question about MSKCC's pension.

    Let me know your thoughts on MSKCC verses Columbia? I am interested in only ICUs as well if that helps at all. So I only have one option here at MSKCC but Columbia has several ICUs.
    Thanks!

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