Name the hospital and its Starting Salary!!!

  1. Mt. Sinai $68,000 effective 1/07
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  3. by   KCIN
  4. by   kittem
    albany medical center hospital, teaching hospital & level 1 trauma center, albany, ny 20.50/hr for rn, 20.75/ hr for BSN... plus pay enhancement of up to an extra 5200/ year for 80 hr at bedside per pay period... pays out as 200 extra per pay period.
  5. by   cookielady,rn
    Quote from KCIN
    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.
  6. by   chicago.rn
    Anyone know LIJ and NYU medical center's starting salary?
  7. by   nyforlove
    NY Methodist, Park Slope (Bklyn): w/BSN Differential and Night Differential: $71,702 plus $7,500/yr for education reimbursement, no premium for health/dental/pharmacy/vision insurance, "portable" NYSNA pension, and a raise coming in March New class starting in February!
    Last edit by nyforlove on Dec 24, '06
  8. by   Pinto
    $25 per hour in South Dakota. Not bad for Midwest. Not including sift diff or weekend/night premium
  9. by   chestrockwell
    Quote from nyforlove
    NY Methodist, Park Slope (Bklyn): w/BSN Differential and Night Differential: $71,702 plus $7,500/yr for education reimbursement, no premium for health/dental/pharmacy/vision insurance, "portable" NYSNA pension, and a raise coming in March New class starting in January!
    Do you know what it is for ADN's, without the BSN differential?
  10. by   nyforlove
    Quote from chestrockwell
    Do you know what it is for ADN's, without the BSN differential?
    $1,750.00 less
  11. by   xomandalized
    Whoa, I guess I'll be working at methodist!
  12. by   drizzle
    Quote from chicago.rn
    Anyone know LIJ and NYU medical center's starting salary?

    I am also interested in knowing how much LIJ's starting salary is.... anyone?? :spin:
  13. by   caballoazul78
    with this salaries in NY, I might as well just stay in California, where I can start at 42-50 dollars and hour
  14. by   KulRN
    California here-depending on the location....Where I am situated (small city) I started at $25.60/hour (day shift)..we're under CNA (union) so every year for 3 years we get a 5% increase in our salary. I've been working at the same hospital for a year now and I make $28.96/hour. Sounds like I'm under paid especially here in CA, but at least I don't have to worry about the commute and traffic. Oh, and I'm also a new grad (no previous experience prior to starting my nursing career-RN). Now, I'm thinking of transferring to kaiser permanente (heard they have good benefits), does any of you know how much they start new grads?

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