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  1. by   SilverMist
    Can anyone help me please--I passed my boards in May and started working for a cardiac hospital in June and I hate it! I have only been there for about 3.5 months and I cannot stand the constant beeping of the monitors all night long and I also hate the night shift. I want to try doing something else and I want to do it during the day--maybe OR or Psy? Can anyone tell me about working in OR or Psy? Thank you.
  2. by   SilverMist
    Quote from UpliftingRN
    does anyone have any info on the hospital for special surgery in manhattan?
    Hello Uplifting RN--I thought you did get a job working for HSS--in fact, I want to work there too--how do you like your job so far? I am currently working for a cardiac hospital and I am not liking it much and I hate working the night shift--I want to get into OR and I read an earlier post from you regarding HSS and I would love to work in their OR--can you give me any advice about the hospital and the OR program? Thanks.
  3. by   amanurse75
    RGH is giving a 10,000 bonus, 21/hr, Highland think very carefully before applying there, SMH-same as RGH but no bonus
  4. by   rockz
    starting salary for new grad in Hospital for Special Surgery base $37/hr thats with a BSN degree.
  5. by   giddygiddygirl
    I was just hired at NewYork-Presbyterian Cornell as a new grad (BSN), working day shifts in the OR @ $36.45/hour (base pay). I can't wait to start!
  6. by   DeER~RN
    Have you followed up with the facilities via phone? What does your resume look like? Also, take into consideration not everyone works the way we would like them to. I.E.- I put in an application at 2 different HHC facilities 4 months ago. Last week, when I least expected it- I was called for interview. Sometimes these things take time. However, you should register at advance for nurses online. There is another career fair coming up in Nov i believe. (Though I think its in westchester). Many facilities in the tri-state area recruit at these fairs.

    Hope that helps....Dee
    Last edit by DeER~RN on Sep 27, '08 : Reason: Directed to ambitiousgal06
  7. by   mimi1jb
    Hello everyone..i was wondering if anyone knew the current salary for bellevue or Beth isreal since i havent been able to find it anywhere.

    Thanks in advance!!
  8. by   crissyt82
    HEY JENNARN1006 - How's the Job at Sloan-Kettering - I was wondering if you would know, by any chance, if the salary for Sloan-Kettering was just as competitive and does that mean for all divisions of Nursing (OR, ICU, etc. etc.) at their New Jersey Location in Basking Ridge?
    I'd like to intern somewhere in New Jersey as I am a pre-nursing student going for my AAS to become a RN:heartbeat, and was wondering if this was a good idea? Or if you had known anyone from the NJ Facility or a Recruiter there that I would be able to correspond with and get some more information. Thanks so much - LOVE NURSES -
  9. by   SupeRNova81
    Hey SilverMist! Just wanted to know if you've applied to HSS. I was in telemetry for about 4 months right after graduation (I graduated in December '08 with a BSN) and then I switched to HSS' OR Residency, which I started in July. It's awesome so far, HSS appears to invest a lot to educate their new staff, and the benefits are ok. My favorite thing though is how much tuition reimbursement they give...it's like $10,000 for BSN, $12,000 for Master's, and more for PhD...

    Another really great thing that keeps me going is that fellow co-workers at HSS are really nice. =) It really helps to have friendly and supportive colleagues.

    Just thought I'd reply 'cuz I was so happy to see HSS mentioned. =) If you really don't like cardiac, there are other options for you out there. My husband really enjoyed doing Psych @ St. Luke's-Roosevelt.

    Kay
  10. by   littlenewbie
    Hi NY nurses!
    i am an RN in MA... just started out and making 27/hr. I am looking to move to stamford, CT next fall... im trying to make the best financial decision of where the push to work either NY or CT? i heard that the hospitals in the southern CT area make 31/hr. after a year worth of experience... but i also have friends at mt. sinai/NYU already making 72,000/yr that just started. I am wondering how much do u actually take home in a paycheck with taxes and health care taken out, i know all hospitals are different... but rough estimate for NY hospitals? i know taxes are higher in NY and with the commute i would have to pay 300+ a month for the train and an hr both ways... trying to figure out which is more worth it... CT or NY? thanks for any advice!!
  11. by   DeER~RN
    Quote from littlenewbie
    Hi NY nurses!
    i am an RN in MA... just started out and making 27/hr. I am looking to move to stamford, CT next fall... im trying to make the best financial decision of where the push to work either NY or CT? i heard that the hospitals in the southern CT area make 31/hr. after a year worth of experience... but i also have friends at mt. sinai/NYU already making 72,000/yr that just started. I am wondering how much do u actually take home in a paycheck with taxes and health care taken out, i know all hospitals are different... but rough estimate for NY hospitals? i know taxes are higher in NY and with the commute i would have to pay 300+ a month for the train and an hr both ways... trying to figure out which is more worth it... CT or NY? thanks for any advice!!
    Hey littlenewbie,

    I cant give you a estimate for the hospitals. however, here is a little advice. If you live in CT, while many people commute- there is a HUGE hospital in Valhalla, NY -Westchester Medical Center. Only Level 1 trauma center in the region and lots to learn, shorter, cheaper commute, and more money. I wanted to take an agency position there but I did not because I am moving to Brooklyn. If I were you, would definitely look into it!!!!!!
  12. by   DeER~RN
    Oh, my real point was if you don't want to work in CT, Valhalla, NY is not far at all from Stamford. Well, at least in comparison to NYC.
  13. by   littlenewbie
    thanks so much for the info on westchester... any idea how much starting salary is for someone with 1 year experience? i hear that some of the stamford, norwalk, is around 31/hr... just wanted to compare! thanks

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