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Name the hospital and its Starting Salary!!! - page 7

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  1. Visit  jonlyn16 profile page
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    hi! i recently passed my NCLEX. i'm planning to apply at isabella geriatric center.any feedback pls...thanks
  2. Visit  NYpedsgal profile page
    #79 0
    This is such a good thread, glad I found it. Do any NYC hospitals offer sign on/relocation bonuses?? And how difficult is it to get into subsidized housing for the ones that offer it?
  3. Visit  JennaRN1006 profile page
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    I dont think the NY Hospitals offer a sign on/relocation bonuses....I asked when I interviewed at a few hospitals and I was flat out told NO. But you can try...definitely ask!

    Also, I work for a hospital with housing and there is a waiting list. I have been on mine for 8 months. I am in the mean time paying off debt and bills, so its ok at the moment. However, some hospitals have long waiting lists.





    Quote from NICUwannabe
    This is such a good thread, glad I found it. Do any NYC hospitals offer sign on/relocation bonuses?? And how difficult is it to get into subsidized housing for the ones that offer it?
  4. Visit  keishahu profile page
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    I notice that most hospitals have a waiting list for an apartment. Does anyone know how ong the list is generally and how long one would have to wait. Wow 8 months is awhile JennaRN1006. Hang in there Im sure it will come through. Also do the hospital go through the standard credit check and everything else it takes to get an apartment in nyc. My credit is shot at this point. So many bills, not that much money at this. Taken nclex next month that is my night in shinning armor
  5. Visit  NYpedsgal profile page
    #82 1
    Thanks for the info...too bad about no sign on bonuses. I'm just trying to figure out the best way to maneuver myself from New Orleans to New York without going broke. (besides I am in school and broke already) Looks like a travel assignment may be the best bet to make the initial move.
  6. Visit  iToniai profile page
    #83 1
    Good luck
    Last edit by iToniai on Dec 21, '10
  7. Visit  txnursingqt profile page
    #84 2
    Just thought that I would post this link that I found. It compares nursing salary in the US when you consider cost of living. I currently live in Texas and once you consider our low cost of living the pay is great!

    I can not believe that the pay in NYC is so low compared to your cost of living. You all deserve much much MORE!!!!

    http://www.ga.unc.edu/NCCN/research/...nt%20Table.htm
  8. Visit  BSNin2008 profile page
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    That is a great tool but I'm not sure it is totally accurate. I am graduating next May from a BSN program here in NY and from what everyone tells me at the different hospitals I've been doing clinicals at, the starting pay for new grads is about $70-72 thousand. I've also had people tell me that they work overtime and make close to $90,000 in the NYC area. Granted, the cost of living here is terrible, but you can live decently here in NY on $90,000. I guess it depends on where you want to live too. Even though I'm from CA, I love NY and plan on staying after graduation.
  9. Visit  loricatus profile page
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    Quote from txnursingqt
    Just thought that I would post this link that I found. It compares nursing salary in the US when you consider cost of living. I currently live in Texas and once you consider our low cost of living the pay is great!

    I can not believe that the pay in NYC is so low compared to your cost of living. You all deserve much much MORE!!!!

    http://www.ga.unc.edu/NCCN/research/...nt%20Table.htm
    The Texas average salary is a bit inflated & the only thing that I found to be much lower, related to cost of living, was housing. There was no state and city tax in Texas; but, I think that the much higher wages in NYC [+$15.00 per hour difference] more than make up for the extra taxes. As for groceries, gasoline (adjusting for the extra mileage needed to go anywhere in the metroplex), utilities, clothing, dining, etc., it is pretty much comparable in net cost. And, as I remember it, overtime was considered a dirty word in Texas (by employers).
  10. Visit  FutureRN19 profile page
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    Quote from BSNin2008
    That is a great tool but I'm not sure it is totally accurate. I am graduating next May from a BSN program here in NY and from what everyone tells me at the different hospitals I've been doing clinicals at, the starting pay for new grads is about $70-72 thousand. I've also had people tell me that they work overtime and make close to $90,000 in the NYC area. Granted, the cost of living here is terrible, but you can live decently here in NY on $90,000. I guess it depends on where you want to live too. Even though I'm from CA, I love NY and plan on staying after graduation.
    Does anyone know the starting salary for SIU(Staten Island University Hospital) and St Vincents Madical center in Staten Island.
    -Thanks
  11. Visit  bjr3645 profile page
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    The cost of living in nY is very, very high, so do not fret
  12. Visit  Moeroe1 profile page
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    memorial sloan kettering cancer center-- bone marrow transplant floor (started in july) but on hold now till i pass my nclex-- however.. starting salary is 70k.. then when i start nights it'll be 75k/year.. i think it's the highest starting salary in ny.. maybe even top 3 in the country.. not to mention, a very very good hospital!! =) i did an internship there the summer before my last year in nursing school and that helped me get my job there after graduation.. they actually called me for the interview.. and i only interviewed there .. was hired and that's that.. just praying i pass this dumb test!!!!!!!!!!
  13. Visit  NewYorkGirl profile page
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    About a month ago I called a bunch of hospitals and asked their starting salaries without giving my name (no one asked). I noticed that most of the hospital salaries posted so far are for NYC which pays a lot better than Westchester or Putnam County, but for people who live a bit upstate (like me), here's what I found.

    Montrose VA Hospital is $59,198 to start, and it's 8hr days 5 days a week.

    Bronx VA Hospital is $68,000 to start. Med-Surg and ICU are 12hr shifts, I think they said Psych is 8hrs.

    Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla starts at $55,984, plus a $1000 differential for BSN, plus a $1600 differential for night shift.

    Four Winds Hospital in Katonah - a psych hospital - starts at $28/hr, with 12 hr shifts, and I think that works out to about $53K a year. But I've heard that they vary what they quote from $25-$29/hr.

    Putnam Hospital Center starts at $27/hr, and BSN's get $27.75. On the phone they said this is $53,400 a year. They have 8 hr shifts.

    Hope this helps! I don't intend to pick my job based just on the salary, though - it's more important to me to have a shorter daily commute to work, and to have a 3 day work week with 12 hr shifts!

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