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Mt. Sinai $68,000 effective 1/07... Read More

  1. by   humblenurse12
    @ tern- Is this the base salary for NYP Westchester division also?
  2. by   FreestylePete
    Can somebody please tell me the starting salaries for RN's at NYP Columbia Medical Center? Plus the different differentials such as nights, bsn, experience etc?
  3. by   concep1125
    Does anyone know the starting for MSKCC??
  4. by   soon2bnycmhnp
    Does anyone know what MONTEFIORE in the Bronx pays
  5. by   soon2bnycmhnp
    Quote from HOH11225
    Does anyone know what MONTEFIORE in the Bronx pays
    For new ADN nurses
  6. by   Nurse Connie
    I interviewed with them recently and it is $81K for a new grad. Unfortunately they are not hiring ADN nurses anymore (they changed their policy right after my 2nd interview & before I took my NCLEX) so I did not get the job.

    This is in response to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
  7. by   FutureRN19
    Quote from Connie1222
    I interviewed with them recently and it is $81K for a new grad. Unfortunately they are not hiring ADN nurses anymore (they changed their policy right after my 2nd interview & before I took my NCLEX) so I did not get the job.

    This is in response to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
    Thank you for posting. Is this the base salary or with night differential?
  8. by   Nurse Connie
    Quote from FutureRN19
    Thank you for posting. Is this the base salary or with night differential?
    I'm not sure, sorry.
  9. by   ready4nu
    Hi. So many people are listing salaries and also including the $ for BSN. Does that mean that some of these hospitals are still hiring ADN's ?
    I am a student, just trying to figure out what everything means.
    Thanks.
  10. by   PacoUSA
    Quote from ready4nu
    Hi. So many people are listing salaries and also including the $ for BSN. Does that mean that some of these hospitals are still hiring ADN's ?
    I am a student, just trying to figure out what everything means.
    Thanks.
    Depends on what part of the state you're in. In the NYC metro area, getting into a hospital as a new grad (if at all possible d/t the competition) will require a BSN. Only ADNs with significant experience are having an easier time getting jobs, and even then a good majority of them have better chances if they are in a RN-BSN program. Upstate NY however I believe has different stats for new ADN grads.
  11. by   ready4nu
    Thank you for your reply. I am in the metro area. It has been my understanding that no ADNs are being hired for hospitals anymore and reading the posts that mention the different $ for BSN's had me wondering.
    This is a great thread and gives me an idea of what to expect whenever I do finally get to the point of looking for a job.
  12. by   maybesooninny
    $32.70/hour for BSN.

    Northern Westchester has a "dirty little secret" that most people on the outside are not aware of. Nurse preceptors are in the business of ratting orientees out for every single thing they do. It is not a learning experience. It is toxic and dysfunctional, especially for new grads. They only keep half of the people they hire. And it's never the real new graduates. It's the people who came after having had 6-8 mos experience somewhere else. I got to stay, but it is a backstabbing jail sentence. I hate it and so does everybody else.

    The three people in Nursing Education are horrendous.

    new nurses hate it there and basically are all dying to get out after a few weeks on "active duty" on the floor.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Aug 1, '12 : Reason: TOS
  13. by   PacoUSA
    Quote from maybesooninny
    $32.70/hour for BSN.

    Northern Westchester has a "dirty little secret" that most people on the outside are not aware of. Nurse preceptors are in the business of ratting orientees out for every single thing they do. It is not a learning experience. It is toxic and dysfunctional, especially for new grads. They only keep half of the people they hire. And it's never the real new graduates. It's the people who came after having had 6-8 mos experience somewhere else. I got to stay, but it is a backstabbing jail sentence. I hate it and so does everybody else.

    The three people in Nursing Education are horrendous.

    new nurses hate it there and basically are all dying to get out after a few weeks on "active duty" on the floor.
    That's really sad.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Aug 1, '12 : Reason: TOS

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