NP salary/pay let’s be transparent


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Persistent FNP

Persistent FNP, RN, NP

Has 9 years experience. 10 Posts

New grad FNP, FHQC-130K with 6 wks PTO and extended long term sick pay. 2k CME + 1 wk PTO on top of vacation/sick. 5 8's with one day tele-health from home and half day admin, with promise to re-evaluate for 4 10's when it is feasible. 25k sign on bonus with 10k relocation stipend. Rooming MA and scribe with paid license, uptodate etc. Also qualifies for loan repayment

California, Mendocino County



Specializes in Oncology Nurse Practitioner. Has 14 years experience. 1 Post

Heme/Onc NP with 8 years experience, was my first job out of NP school. I am in Upstate NY, private practice. 

I see 18-22 patients per day, 4.5 days per week. Call is 1:6. 

Salary is $103,000; no CME money. 24 days PTO. 6 paid holidays. No weekends other than call, and half day Fridays. 3% match 401k, about $1500 put into a pension each year, and $3000 profit sharing in a retirement in fund each year. Calls are first call only, don't have to go in, $1000 per weekend. 

PPD is significantly higher than in other oncology practices from what I hear, pay is lower.  Salary is significantly lower compared to other mid levels in community that work for local hospital system and are on productivity. 



Has 1 years experience. 17 Posts

Travel  nurses are making 300 k a year. My mind here ?