Washington DC RN Salary??

  1. 0 We're looking to move to DC metro area, whats a realistic pay for full time/ per diem RN ( 4+ yrs experience in Tele/ Stepdown )

    also, im open to advice on good hospitals in the VA/ DC/ MD area, I know about GW and INOVA but what about others to consider.
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    bisson has '6' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Cardiothoracic Surgery ICU'. From 'new york/ virginia'; 30 Years Old; Joined Oct '06; Posts: 137; Likes: 46.

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  4. Visit  exclusivelynurses} profile page
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    Salary.com Salary Wizard- Do you know what you're worth?

    Link above should be good for helping with a salary range in the area.

    Suburban and Shady Grove are great hospitals in Montgomery County, MD.
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    I am interested as well. There's always a lot of talk about new grad pay but what about experienced per diem?
  6. Visit  ChristineN} profile page
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    Quote from Avenger1
    I am interested as well. There's always a lot of talk about new grad pay but what about experienced per diem?
    Experience per diem pay in the D.C area will be $35-$50/hr. The lower end of that I have seen more outside D.C (i.e. Virginia) and the higher end at hospitals inside the District
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    Quote from ChristineN
    Experience per diem pay in the D.C area will be $35-$50/hr. The lower end of that I have seen more outside D.C (i.e. Virginia) and the higher end at hospitals inside the District
    That is the first I have heard any figures. Thanks a lot for the info!
  8. Visit  FerRN} profile page
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    Google the Union contract between the nurses and whc, on the last pages it gives you the salary range for whc according to experience level, which probably translates to all medstar facilities. DC does not pay as well as you think for full time RNs. I only make $7 hr more than I did as a new grad in FL. I have contacted an agency for a specific long term contract and the rate is $42 an hour. Quite a jump from full time wages. Stick with per diem or agency, unless you need the insurance.
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    Where in Florida FerNY?


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