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by TamTamRNBSN TamTamRNBSN (New Member) New Member

TamTamRNBSN has 6 years experience .

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Nurse Practitioners out there: 1) what is your specialty? 2) how many hours do you work per week 3) how many weeks of vacation/sick time 4) How many years of experience? 5) what is your total salary with bonuses? 6) What is your total revenue to the practice?

Me: OBGYN/36 hours/3 weeks/6 years/135K/550K. And my income should increase next year since I just started at this new practice and am building my practice.

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traumaRUs has 27 years experience as a MSN, APRN and works as a Asst Community Manager @ allnurses.

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1.Adult/peds CNS, nephrology

2. 50 or so

3. 8 weeks of PTO per year, 1 week CME

4. 12.5 years of experience

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FullGlass has 1 years experience as a BSN, MSN and works as a Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP.

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Adult and Geriatric Primary Care NP

40 hours per week

5 weeks PTO and 1 week CME

Total compensation: $124K and I am a new grad - this is my first year

Don't know my total revenue exactly and I have not finished one year, but can estimate based on billing that if I worked a full year it would be about: $400K - 450K

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I personally think it would be helpful if people would add what general area of the country they live in, if the OP agrees. It gives weight/relevance to salary info.

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1. Psychiatry

2. My main position is 38 hours per week, other job is 8-16 hours per month

3. Vacation + sick is like 5-6 weeks

4. A little over 3 years now

5. Main job pays me 175k/year. Plus benefits (401k match, health benefits, $1500 CME, etc.). The other job is 1099 and pays $150/hr.

6. I don't know, sorry. I see like 8-12 patients in an 8 hour day and 13-17 in a 12 hour day, usually a couple evals but mostly follow ups.

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Ho did you get your job? Every job I see posted for psych NP requires at least 2 years experience, and starting pay is like 100k.

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West coast

1. Primary care NP.

2. 40 hrs FTE

3. 4 WEEKS PTO, 2500 CME, LTD, etc

4. New. Within 90 days

5. $125K plus $5k bonus.

6. Don't know as I'm new.

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babyNP. has 10 years experience.

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1. Neonatology

2. 36-60 (but includes the fact that I'm in-house, but able to sleep in a call room)

3. 7-8 weeks

4. 4 years

5. Around $140k base. I will make $225k this year with overtime, but won't be working that hard in the future

6. Don't know but would be curious. I bill for deliveries and for babies admitted on my service after the neo goes home, prenatal consults (mostly for anticipated preterm births), and for discharges.

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wow! $175K, what state is this? Ive seen Psych NP salaries that high, but thought it was just spam/lies.

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1 Follower; 19,271 Visitors; 695 Posts

I live in an area with an extremely high cost of living on the west coast. Psych NPs making 150-200k base salaries is not that uncommon here. As a new grad I made more like 130-140k. Also, frankly, I am not afraid to negotiate rather aggressively if need be. I also found both my positions through networking (aka jobs weren't advertised and I was recommended by a colleague).

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TamTamRNBSN has 6 years experience.

399 Visitors; 2 Posts

I work in NV

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LadyT618 has 13 years experience as a ADN, MSN and works as a Remote OASIS and Coding Reviewer.

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1.Adult/peds CNS, nephrology

2. 50 or so

3. 8 weeks of PTO per year, 1 week CME

4. 12.5 years of experience

Is there a monetary limit on your CME benefit? 8 weeks PTO is sweet! :-)

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