salary negotiation

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    Hi all,

    I wanted to see if you have words of wisdom when it comes to salary negotiations. I am interviewing at two separate, somewhat comparable hospitals. I have been employed at the one hospital (we'll call it hospital A) for quite a while and they have approached me about a position.

    The other hospital (B) is a bit farther drive but the job is in the field of my choice. Also, I know they are in fairly significant need of APNs on a timeline and are not finding many qualified applicants. I've heard that I am the most qualified applicant at hospital B.

    I have been calculating out my current salary as a staff nurse with the addition differentials I receive and have come up with what I feel is a fair increase for taking on additional responsibilities and losing all of my differential becoming a salaried employee. Any other valid points I should consider with negotiating?

    Thank you for any assistance you can offer!
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    Amt of CME - I work in private practice and get $1500/year, 5 days. pay for all credentialing fees, pay for malpractice. However, that said, always, always have your own malpractice insurance.
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    Quote from traumaRUs
    Amt of CME - I work in private practice and get $1500/year, 5 days. pay for all credentialing fees, pay for malpractice. However, that said, always, always have your own malpractice insurance.
    Do you mean 150,000 a year, for 5 days a week?
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    He was talking about CME monies, I believe.
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    Quote from traumaRUs
    Amt of CME - I work in private practice and get $1500/year, 5 days. pay for all credentialing fees, pay for malpractice. However, that said, always, always have your own malpractice insurance.
    Thanks for your response. I'm getting the impression with these hospitals that the CME monies are non-negotiable (and paltry).
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    Quote from tryingtohaveitall
    He was talking about CME monies, I believe.
    Ha! Yeah, blonde moment. Thanks!!


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