RN new graduate rate at GWU and other area hospitals?

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    Hi there. I have a RN friend of mine who is interested in working as George Washington University Hospital. Any idea as to what the new graduate rate is and any other information? Thanks. I told her I know that the new graduate rate at the Washington Hospital Center is $27.673, and she is wondering if GWU's is the same, lower or higher.
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    I think GW is lower than that...
    Last edit by babyRN. on Jun 1, '10
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    The new grad rate at GW is $25/hr, and I'm not sure about the shift differentials - they do have a $4000 yearly retention bonus, which is pretty awesome and good education benefits - 90% tuition at GW University.

    At the moment, I'm trying to decide whether to take a job there or Holy Cross, so we'll see how that works out!
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    I started as a new grad at GW and thought their internship was fantastic. Older nurses were supportive and it was a great place to learn. Good luck!
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    Quote from Sneech07
    I started as a new grad at GW and thought their internship was fantastic. Older nurses were supportive and it was a great place to learn. Good luck!
    Hi. I'm interested in working in Washington also. I'm from california but I kind of want to move.

    Anyway, my question is is there another new grad program before the end of this year? Also, how many patients are assigned to you in a regular floor meaning not critical icu? like in california medsurg is usually 4 but they are permitted to have up to 5 i think.

    I hear florida is like the worst because they give you like 7 patients. haha and maybe some other states i don't know about.
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    hi my friend: I am a nurse in florida, and we have 7 patients qnight...i work in IMCU, which is telemetry and sometimes, we have drips...no too often, but I got tell you, it is pretty exhausting!!!


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