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Bay Area hospitals hourly pay

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by BayNurse93 BayNurse93, BSN (Member) Member

BayNurse93 has 3 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Med/Surg/Tele.

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Hello! I'm currently an RN on a med/surg unit in the San Jose area, with almost 3 years experience. I have no idea what other hospitals are paying hourly right now in the Bay Area. I have heard that my hospital is paying significantly less. If you work at a Bay Area hospital (SF, East Bay, North Bay, and South Bay), or know the hourly rates for any hospitals, could you leave them down below? # years experience, union/non-union, and shift differentials would be helpful, too. Thank you so much! 🙂

(Particular interested in East Bay hospitals, such as Kaiser, Sutter, and John Muir, but any info appreciated)

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NickiLaughs has 10 years experience as a ADN, BSN, RN and specializes in Emergency, Trauma, Critical Care.

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I work for kaiser and our contract is the same across northern California.   Your base with your experience would be  68.5949/hr.  Swing shift is 7.18$ an hour and night is 11.45 an hour.  

You move up quick though with experience.    

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juan de la cruz has 27 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and specializes in APRN, Adult Critical Care.

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UCSF's salary is posted online. With your experience, you will be at $69.71 per hour. Night shift differential is 16%.

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I work at Stanford and will hit my four year mark in about 3.5 months. I get paid $80.14 per hour day shift. Night shift differential is 18%. I will be getting a $3 raise + an extra 1% by next May. Our contract was just negotiated with out union in May. We do 12 hour shifts so no PM shift differential. Only the 18% for nights. Hope I helped!

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