Updated: Jul 23
Hi All! Just wanted to start a post on salaries in NYC for those who are job searching or considering a switch. I just switched from a medical center outside the city to NYU Langone. I went from making a base of 66,500 to 89,500. There is also an OR incentive right now of 12,500 at NYU. So a new grad in the OR would be making 100,000.
Any other info on salaries out there? Please share if you can. Thanks!
Hi, can you tell me more about that OR incentive NYU Langone is offering to new grads?
And this is the list of hospitals I have with their average salaries for nurses:
Lenox Hill Hospital
Staff RN - $82,582
Maimonides Medical Center
Registered Nurse - $86,671
Registered Nurse (RN), Emergency Room 4 salaries - $86,500
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center
Registered Nurse salary or estimate About $73k - $80k
Hospital for Special Surgery
Registered Nurse - $84,953
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Registered Nurse (RN) salaries - $86,808
NYU Langone Medical Center
Registered Nurse - $89,280
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
RN Staff Nurse - $84,421
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
Registered Nurse - $81,670
I've heard that Memorial Sloan Kettering is one of the highest paid hospitals in the city. for a nurse with 10 yrs of experience with a BSN it is upper $90k
Yes, Sloan is one of the highest paying hospitals, if not THE highest. And that's speaking of the day shift before figuring in large differentials for working nights and/or weekends. Plus, most would agree it's a very wonderful and supportive environment for nurses which is immeasurable.
When I started at Hospital for Special Surgery three years ago, they paid me $45.30/hr on days and $48.50/hr on nights. This was with 2 years experience + BSN diff + certification diff. I imagine it would be more now. When I was PRN there last summer, I believe I made $53/hr.
registerednoise, ASN, BSN
All the city position salaries are listed on their website, starting salary now is roughly ~$75k for daytime and ~$80k for nights. HHC's salary is annual instead of hourly so it's tricky to figure out how that equates to an hourly salary.
I work at NYP / Columbia as of 1/1/18 starting base salary for CN-1 is $93,028 DAYS only, NOT including bachelors, night shift and years of exp. differential . very good money
Also, i didn't mention nyp/columbia is a union hospital and per contract with union we get a 3% or 3.5% (can't remember exactly) salary increase annually every january 1st of every year . It starts after your first anniversary. I got hired may 2016, my salary increase starts January 2018 and every January thereafter.
It is NYSNA . For 12 hour shifts, one week you have to work 4 days . Per union contract you must work 150 hours per month. We put in requests for schedule, and manager will try to accommodate as possible. We rotate every 3rd weekend. But some people only wants to work weekends so it takes the load from the rest of us
Is this 89,500 base pay during the day? As well as the OR offer?
Any new info?
elizabell said:When I started at Hospital for Special Surgery three years ago, they paid me $45.30/hr on days and $48.50/hr on nights. This was with 2 years experience + BSN diff + certification diff. I imagine it would be more now. When I was PRN there last summer, I believe I made $53/hr.
Thank you for clarifying! Many times people are posting salaries on the higher end, only to come to realize it was including a night differential. I always wonder if getting paid for experience was only specific to the unit applying for or RN experience in general. I have started looking around for per diem work, since I plan on keeping my regular full time job. I'm sure staying around PRN was simple for you since you already were familiar with the environment and didn't need to be oriented. I want to do per diem without making it a big deal at my current job. I am thinking it will be tough asking for "time off" when I would actually be orienting somewhere else for per diem.
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