Dallas hospital PRN pay 29/hr
- 0Jan 15 by chinchuHI friends,
I have applied for an RN PRN position recently.The pay they offered me is 29/hr for 8 years open heart experience.Is that reasonable?
- 0Jan 16 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorWhich hospital system is this? It seems somewhat low, considering the fact that a PRN pay rate should be several dollars more per hour than the regular staff rate of pay.
I am 30 miles to the west (Fort Worth), and when I was PRN, my rate was $36 hourly as a new RN in acute rehab with 4 years of LVN experience.
- 0Jan 18 by gibson0726Baylor pays very low especially considering how heavy their PRN requirements are. One major and one minor holiday plus 4 shifts per month. That may not be the requirement of every unit, but that is the most common one I have seen. If I were ever to look for a 2nd job, I think I'd go the per diem route.
- 0Jan 20 by Bottomed outIt is only 29 dollars because you selected to do PRN for only one unit. Had you chosen Resource pool as in willing to go anywhere within ONE Baylor hospital location the pay is $36. The pay is $42 if you are willing to go to ANY Baylor hospital in the metroplex. Do not mislead people try to be more clear on why you were offered $29 dollars or ask the recruiter.