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hey guys. I'm a new grad nurse in Houston working in the medical center. What is your hospital's base rate for new grads? I got an offer from St. Luke's with $28 an hour.

Edited by kkstone

When did you hear back from St. Lukes? I turned in the survey that they wanted us to complete but haven't heard back since.

Nurse SMS, MSN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care; Cardiac; Professional Development. Has 10 years experience.

On 7/26/2020 at 4:23 PM, kkstone said:

hey guys. I'm a new grad nurse in Houston working in the medical center. What is your hospital's base rate for new grads? I got an offer from St. Luke's with $28 an hour.

$28/hr is good pay for a new grad. Very.

NurseVeee, BSN, RN

Specializes in Women’s health and Pediatrics.

On 7/26/2020 at 4:23 PM, kkstone said:

hey guys. I'm a new grad nurse in Houston working in the medical center. What is your hospital's base rate for new grads? I got an offer from St. Luke's with $28 an hour.

I’m starting at Women’s hospital at $28.50 with $4 differential for nights.

TMCNurse23, BSN, RN

Specializes in New Grad RN. Has 1 years experience.

I’m starting at MH with day shift $29.10 and night shift has a $4 differential pay

Edited by TMCNurse23

Harris County is 28$. Once I hit my one year after being a new grad this year I jumped to 35$. 

EnjoleE

Specializes in Nursing.

I would not accept that offer. My last job I made $28 as an LVN. There’s plenty of jobs in Houston offering way more than that for new grads. 

NurseVeee, BSN, RN

Specializes in Women’s health and Pediatrics.

Well that’s what the residencies are paying these days from what I gathered  unfortunately, between 28 and 29. After the first year there’s like a big raise. If you want to make more then home health might be an option. 

EnjoleE

Specializes in Nursing.

O OK I get that!

cdelao9

Has 2 years experience.

Do you all know if the differentials need to be stated in the residency offer? Im worried if they are not, I might never receive them.