Hello CA RN's,
I am considering accepting an RN position for a SNF in California. Can you please share what some of your main responsibilities are. I am looking for a job that has paperwork paperwork and more paperwork. I am detail oriented, love charting and transcribing orders, and appreciate structure. Also, what is an acceptable starting hourly wage for a facility RN? I currently make $43-$47/hr as a hospice nurse, but am so tired of the driving and the stress. I am okay with making less, but don't want to accept an exceptionally low rate either.
Any insight into this specialty, specific to California because of all the differences from other parts of the USA.