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- by serenitylove14 Feb 14Just starting this thread for anyone who wants to know what different hospitals start their new grads at.
Middle Tennessee Medical Center 18.40 Weekend diff= 2.??
Add as you see fit!
- Mar 14 by Mr.FutureDNP23Skyline and some HCA hospitals will start out: Not saying this is the norm. Just from what I've seen with my own eyes.
ASN (females) -18.00 ASN (males) - no idea
BSN (females) - 19.00 BSN (males) - 21.60
Shift diff - 3 or 4.00
Vanderbilt - I've heard anywhere from 18-24 starting out.
St. Thomas - I've heard just 18-19 to start out.
Hope this helps!
- Mar 25 by serenitylove14Quote from tnmarieExactly, lol. But the VA will pay you for your experience as an LPN if you get a job there as an RN.This is RN pay? I make more than some of those and I'm an LPN living in a very rural area. At least I know not to expect a big raise if/when I finish my RN now .
- Mar 27 by mee9mee9how many hrs a week
- Mar 27 by serenitylove14Vanderbilt it 36 hours a week and like 1 shift of overtime per 6week scheduling period. MTMC is 36 hours a week with no overtime required unless you want it. VA is 40 hours a week with no overtime unless you want it.
- May 25 by BlueBabyNurseI PROMISE you Vandy will NOT pay a new grad anywhere near $24 an hour. You may get $18-21. They have good shift differentials though, and good insurance. And another poster mistakenly said they require one OT shift each six weeks, which is slightly misleading. They require an on call shift every 6 weeks, but if your unit is short then you will probably get called in.
- May 31 by CrazyGoonLPNQuote from serenitylove14Is the VA only 8 hour shifts?Vanderbilt it 36 hours a week and like 1 shift of overtime per 6week scheduling period. MTMC is 36 hours a week with no overtime required unless you want it. VA is 40 hours a week with no overtime unless you want it.