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  1. Visit  RN874 profile page
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    NSLIJ-Southside
    New grad associate RN $34.73/hour (add $3.00/hour for overnight differential)
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  3. Visit  NYLady profile page
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    Quote from siegolindoRN
    here in the city per diems can make $48-55/hr.
    I retired from one major hospital and started working (in the same unit) Per Diem through an agency (that's a long story, don't ask). Recently, I became Per Diem through the hospital (which I should have done the moment I retired) and I make significantly more as I am eligible for the in-hospital experience differential that I didn't even know existed.

    So, experienced nurses with "external" experience may make significantly less than nurses who have been working full-time at the hospital. It is becoming harder and harder to learn pay rates as it differs so much from hospital to hospital and depends on union/non-union, educational differentials, experience differentials, shift differentials, etc. Even rates paid by agencies are not altogether clear. I was registered with two agencies and the rate of pay was in question at one time or another at both agencies.
  4. Visit  aNYTrini-n-FLRN profile page
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    Quote from seRNdpt
    Yes, NYLady, there's been a raise since then.

    as of 2/10

    73,384 starting, st. luke's-roosevelt (37.60/hr)
    + shift differential 5,400
    + experience differential 1,000/yr
    + education differential
    + certification differential
    does that salary also include Beth Israel in NYC since they are part of the Health
    Continuum?
  5. Visit  NYLady profile page
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    Quote from aNYTrini-n-FLRN
    does that salary also include Beth Israel in NYC since they are part of the Health
    Continuum?
    Although Beth Israel and St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital are both part of Continuum Health Partners, the nurses are covered under separate contracts. St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital are NYSNA while BI nurses are not NYSNA. Not actually certain but think BI nurses may be 1199. Salary would be "comparable" but not exactly the same.
  6. Visit  aNYTrini-n-FLRN profile page
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    Ok.. thanks for the heads up..
  7. Visit  RNjooglad profile page
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    Quote from aNYTrini-n-FLRN
    does that salary also include Beth Israel in NYC since they are part of the Health
    Continuum?
    Beth Israel Medical Center in NYC
    New grad RN w/associate's: approx $68,000, plus $1500 for BSN, plus $5000/yr for night shift
  8. Visit  grdmdb profile page
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    overlook hospital rn hospital and communty nurses
    someone around 38 to 45 with years of experience
  9. Visit  nurse6630 profile page
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    VNSNY
    effective 1/1/2011
    Base Salary RN: $73,400

    BSN: $1500
    Masters: $1750
    Cert Diff (up to 2) $1200
    Oasis: $600

    contact me for experience diff, too long to list.
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  10. Visit  Futurenurse..2010 profile page
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    Hi, I graduated from nursing school in 2010. I did my community rotation with VNSNY and throughly enjoyed it. I am currently working in a large local hospital and looking for an additional perdiem or part time job. I am interested in reconnecting with VNSNY. I saw some jobs for per diem nurses advertised on their website and filled out an online application and sent my resume. I haven't heard anything back...it's as if my information went into a hole..who knows where it is or if any one has seen it. I have tried to contact my supervisor from my clinical rotation and as luck has it, she is no longer with VNSNY. I was wondering if you had any advice for me or if you know what the criteria is for filling these positions. Ideally, I am looking for a part time or per diem position in Nassau or Queens. Thanks in advance for any advice or information.
  11. Visit  NYLady profile page
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    Quote from Futurenurse..2010
    Hi, I graduated from nursing school in 2010. I did my community rotation with VNSNY and throughly enjoyed it. I am currently working in a large local hospital and looking for an additional perdiem or part time job. I am interested in reconnecting with VNSNY. I saw some jobs for per diem nurses advertised on their website and filled out an online application and sent my resume. I haven't heard anything back...it's as if my information went into a hole..who knows where it is or if any one has seen it. I have tried to contact my supervisor from my clinical rotation and as luck has it, she is no longer with VNSNY. I was wondering if you had any advice for me or if you know what the criteria is for filling these positions. Ideally, I am looking for a part time or per diem position in Nassau or Queens. Thanks in advance for any advice or information.
    I used to work for VNS (1.5 years full time and 10 additional years contract). I loved it and decided that I would return to work for them Per Diem when I retired. So, 1.5 years ago, I retired from full time employment (too young for real retirement, however). I applied to work for VNS and received no response. I went to a job fair and asked them about it. The recruiter was very nice, looked at her list and indicated that the position I wanted was not available. She also apologized that they cannot get back to those who are not chosen because there are simply too many applications and showed me a pile of resumes nearly 6 inches thick and the job fair had only been open for 1 hour. I watched the Web site weekly and have applied two additional times and heard nothing. I understand that they have many applications for each position but it is still difficult not to hear anything. So, I understand your concern.

    I advise you to keep your resume posted through their Web site and keep applying for the position you want whenever it appears, however, I do believe that you would not be a desirable candidate for Per Diem or Part Time (at least if I were the recruiter) as you do not have the home care experience that would be desired for Per Diem or Part Time. I highly recommend applying for a Full Time position with them, working for a year and then change your status to Per Diem or Part Time. It may be the only way to get your foot in the door with them.

    I wish you the best of luck!
  12. Visit  rebecca41 profile page
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    Does anyone know what starting salary is at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, NY? Thanks!
  13. Visit  tern profile page
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    NYP-Cornell new grad $76,200
  14. Visit  PacoUSA profile page
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    Anyone know starting salary @ Stony Brook Univ Med Center on Long Island? If you prefer to PM me the info, feel free, thank you!
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