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Cheyenne nurses?

  1. 0 Anybody here work at UMC in Cheyenne? What's your opinion on the hospital and does anybody know their starting RN wages???
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  3. Visit  barefootlady profile page
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    I am not in Wyoming but I wanted to say hello and what a surprise to finally see a post on this board. Hope you get your info.
  4. Visit  Reigen profile page
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    Quote from SnowymtnRN
    Anybody here work at UMC in Cheyenne? What's your opinion on the hospital and does anybody know their starting RN wages???

    I used to work there through a nursing agency, and I really enjoyed the hospital and the staff on the ICU and Cardiac/Tele floors I was on. I found staff helpful and felt that I wasn't just an agency nurse to the regular staff. It got so I was "asked" for by the nurse unit managers if they needed someone to fill in.
    I do not have any idea what the wages are, but I did hear a few new grads talking about what they started at and the amount I over heard would indeed be an adequate living wage. Sorry I can't give you an exact wage range.
  5. Visit  Roseyposey profile page
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    New grad wages are $19.75/hr. I don't know about differentials, though. There are a couple of RN's in my Micro class that work there; I'll ask them for more info. for you.
  6. Visit  NurseSDP profile page
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    Hi all...I currently work as an RN at UMC on the surgical floor. Starting wages for a brand new grad run at about $19.75/hr. Differentials are 8% of your base rate for time worked between 3-11 pm and 12% of your base rate for time worked 11p-7a. You also tend to make raises fairly often (at least annually) in my experience. If I can be of any more help, just ask!
  7. Visit  bjb_wyo profile page
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    Hi - nice to hear a question about Cheyenne. I start in July at UMC - the $20.50 is for graduate nurses and goes to about $22.50 when you get your RN. Also they have options for relocation/recruitment bonus and education bonus for associate degree. The reimbursement for RN/BSN is very good and the training looks great. I am in the "Critical Care Pathway" which is ICU, Tele, PACU and ED, a great opportunity for a graduate nurse. Good luck and keep in touch.
  8. Visit  amyatnwcc profile page
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    Hi,
    My husband and I lived in Cheyenne for three years and had to move back to Tennessee after he was laid off from his job in Fort Collins. We were here for about 2 weeks when we realized that we had made a home in Wyoming. I will be graduating next winter with my ADN and I can't wait to come back to Wyoming. I am hoping to move back in Spring 08'. Does anyone know if there are a lot of oppurtunities in Cheyenne and if the hospital there will help with relocation? I'll move back out there even if they don't but I want to move back out there asap so I'm working on my plan. It's nice to meet you all and I am looking forward to finding out more info.
  9. Visit  CaseManager1947 profile page
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    Does anybody know if they have case managemtn/UR dc planners out there??? I'm in kansas, thinking about wyoming.
  10. Visit  kaylsumrn2 profile page
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    Quote from CaseManager1947
    Does anybody know if they have case managemtn/UR dc planners out there??? I'm in kansas, thinking about wyoming.
    Yes, CRMC does.
  11. Visit  lindarn profile page
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    Quote from prettydarncute_RN
    Yes, CRMC does.
    What hospital is CRMC?

    Lindarn, RN, BSN, CCRN
    Spokane, Washington
  12. Visit  Roseyposey profile page
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    Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
  13. Visit  kaylsumrn2 profile page
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    Sorry, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, formerly United Medical Center.
  14. Visit  2BoysCallMeMom profile page
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    Quote from lindarn
    What hospital is CRMC?

    Lindarn, RN, BSN, CCRN
    Spokane, Washington
    CRMC is Cheyenne Regional Medical Center http://www.crmcwy.org/Construction/HTM/Update.htm Im on the other side of the state so don't know much about it, other than where it is.

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