Pay rates/mileage

  1. I'm interviewing for a HH job tomorow. Can you tell me the typical pay rates per visit and mileage? How many visits per day on the average?
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  3. by   annaedRN
    I'm salaried so no per visit rate for me. When we do on call visits though we get $45 for a regular visit and $65 for an admission. Mileage we had been getting 50.5 cents a mile but it just decreased to 37.5 cents a mile last week. I average 5-6 visits a day and anywhere from 35-70 miles a day between patients.
  4. by   traumaRUs
    US Government rate as of 8/1/08 is $0.585/mile.
  5. by   LadyT618
    Quote from traumaRUs
    US Government rate as of 8/1/08 is $0.585/mile.
    As of 01/01/09, it's going down to $0.55/mile. I'm salaried as well and my company matches the government mileage rates.
  6. by   HisTreasure
    Government mileage rates here as well.
  7. by   karmil
    Govt mileage rate. I have a Corolla and can really do well. I sometimes do 100-130 miles a day on 6 visits. I am in a rural county.
  8. by   GrumpyRN63
    I'm hourly, but I do know at the agency I work for the per visit nurses make $65 for a reg visit and $95 for an admission, Hospice team , so the visits are usually an hour. Our mileage reimbursement was 0.58 per mile until the gas prices fell, now it's 0.55/mile, not too bad now that gas has gone down
  9. by   Wgbem
    Does anyone know what the new per diem rates are for Penn Home Care in Philadelphia, PA?
  10. by   luvmy2angels
    I am paid hourly, we get $.53 a mile reimbersment and i usually see 6-7 pts on a regular day. If we are really busy with a lot of admissions i may see up to 9. I LOVE my job!!!
  11. by   CathRN
    The HH agency that I went to work for as a RN case manager, we are given company cars that we take home, given a credit card for gas and car related expenses. We keep the car at our homes. I am salary, any overtime is comp time and so far that is working out really great!
  12. by   NurseRoRo
    our agency matches the government mileage amount. i drive a company car, so i don't get mileage. like another nurse on here, the company pays for the gas/maintenance/insurance on the company car. i am hourly, but i did take a pay cut for leaving the hospital. i average 4 to 5 patients per 10 hour day. i also drive around 100 miles a day. my visits are on average an hour or an hour and a half. i do a lot of counseling and end of life teaching.