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

Sorry, $1500/year for CME

8 weeks PTO is after 10 years with practice. I've got 12+ years now with the practice.

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Tony1790 works as a FNP-BC.

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Arthritis/Rheumatology/Emergency Medicine

32-36 hours main job mon-fri with tuesday either off or a training day, 5 patients/day

14-28 hours OT on weekends, double time

26 days vacation time, 13 days sick time per year, 3 days CME time for annual conference and no money

Started main job $95,000/yr, just got promotion at 1 year mark $103,000 base salary

ER job, $60,000/yr with 1 day/week, or $120,000/yr with 2 days/week, Extra income

So, I can make $165,000-$200,000/yr (before taxes) without too much trouble

1.5 years experience, no income to practice, (Govt job)

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So I'm interested in your emergency medicine (ER) is it with govt too? That's pretty sweet gig to only be able to work 1 or 2 days per week and make that kinda extra money. What all do you do in ER, are you just stuck with minor colds sprains and cuts? Or do you get to assist and do more serious cases? If I go the FNp route I am very interested in doing emergency medecine, and urgent care on side.

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Critical care

Salary with bonus 170,000 in Georgia

7 on 7 off shifts 12 hours

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That would be awesome! I would like that schedule! And pay. Are you ACNP in Crtical care? I guess you have to be to do critical care?

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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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Sorry, $1500/year for CME

8 weeks PTO is after 10 years with practice. I've got 12+ years now with the practice.

Ahhh, 10+ yrs practice, 8 weeks PTO, makes sense now :)

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Cococure has 7 years experience and works as a RN on a mother/baby unit.

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Critical care

Salary with bonus 170,000 in Georgia

7 on 7 off shifts 12 hours

Wow you make this in Ga. I am not an ACNP but and FNP ...I would have never imagined that kinda of salary in the south. Kudos to you!

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1) what is your specialty? Palliative care

2) How many hours do you work per week? 40 FTE

3) How many weeks of vacation/sick time? Accrued per hour, first year 18 days.

4) How many years of experience? New grad

5) What is your total salary with bonuses? 135 k

6) What is your total revenue to the practice? No clue, I'm new.

I'm in California. 

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14 hours ago, db2xs said:

1) what is your specialty? Palliative care

2) How many hours do you work per week? 40 FTE

3) How many weeks of vacation/sick time? Accrued per hour, first year 18 days.

4) How many years of experience? New grad

5) What is your total salary with bonuses? 135 k

6) What is your total revenue to the practice? No clue, I'm new.

I'm in California. 

I am interested in Palliative Care.  What is your actual certification?  FNP?  Adult?  Acute Care?

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5 hours ago, Polly Peptide said:

I am interested in Palliative Care.  What is your actual certification?  FNP?  Adult?  Acute Care?

Adult-Gero Primary Care. I'm also certified in palliative care and hospice (CHPN).

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OBigdog26 has 8 years experience as a MSN, RN, NP and works as a RN.

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On 12/7/2018 at 11:42 PM, Brandon B said:

Interesting read here for NPs who are frustrated with pay. There are a lot of NPs coming out of school taking really low salaries just to get a job. Take a look at this article that explains what Some NPs are worth (salary) compared to what they bring in for revenue.

How Much Revenue Does a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Generate?

Nice read. Very helpful.

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