Baylor Program at NJ Hospitals

  1. Which hospitals in New Jersey participate in the Baylor program?

    From what I understand, the Baylor program allows nurses to commit to working two 12-hour shifts on weekends only (Saturday and Sunday). For agreeing to work every weekend during the calendar year, they are paid a full time salary.
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  3. by   jlrose
    I recently interviewed at St. Barnabas Medical Center, and I know on the sheet they gave me with all their information (benefits, sick days, etc.) they mentioned it. I don't know what departments or any details, check with them. Hope this can help.
  4. by   ChristinaSevRN
    CentraState in Freehold has a baylor program and im pretty sure st peters university in new brunswick does also. st peters also has the '6-month-is-bliss' program.
  5. by   bgaylz
    Quote from ChristinaSevRN
    CentraState in Freehold has a baylor program and im pretty sure st peters university in new brunswick does also. st peters also has the '6-month-is-bliss' program.

    Hi

    Please explain what is the Baylor program?

    Thanks in Advance
  6. by   NJNursing
    Baylor programs are people who work only weekends. I know at Robert Wood Johnson Hamilton, they worked at least Saturday/Sunday if not Friday/Saturday/Sunday or Saturday/Sunday/Monday. They got paid about time and a half for doing these hours, but they didn't have to do holidays unless it fell on the weekend. However, it came with some limitations like they were only allowed 2 call outs per 12 month revolving calendar year and 1 vacation day a year or something like that. But in short Baylor is working weekends and only weekends.
  7. by   bgaylz
    Thank You..........NJNursing

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