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Maryland Hospital Starting Salaries

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I have noticed that some other states are naming their hospitals and the starting salaries for each. Let's chime in Maryland!

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yes, bumpinggggggggggggggggg

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Anne Arundel Medical Center $26.50 (new grad)

Differentials: evening = 9%

night = 15%

weekend = 7%

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MissBrittanyRN- thanks for the info, I am looking to apple to AAMC in March for their July New Grad Program...Have you interviewed with them before?

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How about UMMC for entry level grads?

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chul_soo has 5 years experience and specializes in Pediatric Emergency.

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Here's another *bump*

everyone's so shy. Is it really that much of a no no to share that information online? I was hoping to find out how much an RN starting salary is in the DC area. How much and how often are raises given? Anyone that work in the ER? ICU? CCU? Thanks for particpating~!

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Washington hosp center 25-26....

George washington uni hosp 27.....

All without shift differentials hope this helps.......

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jmokeefe specializes in Surgical, Critical Care, LTC & SAR.

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I "heard" $26.50 new grad in Towson area (St. Joes)

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Jules A is a MSN and specializes in Family Nurse Practitioner.

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I think the reason you aren't getting many replies is because it is so specific to new grads. I'd bet HR at the different hospitals would be willing to give out that info if someone wanted to spend the time either emailing or calling them.

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zahryia is a LPN and specializes in L&D, QI, Public Health.

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There's a detailed similiar thread in the New York section that's a sticky. I think it's extremely helpful.

I believe WHC is $28 (at least it was in 2008)

Washington Adventist is approximately $26.

If you're an experienced nurse, it's easier to extrapolate if you know the new grad rate, than vice versa.

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I interviewed at Hopkins and they somewhat have their nurses on salary. They factor in their 50% day/night rotation, holiday pay, and whatever else you can think of and make it into a rate of 28.11 an hour.

I accepted a position at Northwest Hospital and the new grade rate is 24.88 with a 4.25 shift differential for nights.

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