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hospicemom has 8 years experience and specializes in hospice.

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can I get some comparisons on the oncall pay thats out there. Trying to work with my excecutive officer on fair pay since I am currently oncall 24/7. Thanks to anyone who has input for me.

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wonderbee is a BSN, RN and specializes in critical care; community health; psych.

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We get $2/hr for carrying the beeper, $45 per visit, $65 per admission and mileage from out the door back home. If a visit lasts more than two hours, we get an additional $45 at the discretion of the supervising PCC.

I feel for you though. I would not want to be on call 24/7. No way. Uh uh.

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AtlantaRN has 13 years experience as a RN.

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I got burned last monday, I work m-f 40 hour week, then we have 10days a month we do call. Last monday I was out a total of 16.75 hours......

never again.

linda

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a21chdchic has 14 years experience and specializes in Hospice, Med Surg, Long Term.

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6-26-2007

I work for a 'not for profit', and our call sucks! If it's a weeknight, we get $10/hour from 1700 - 0800. From Friday night to Monday morning, I get 12/hour. Friday night to Sat morning, or Sat 0800 to Sun 0800, or Sun 0800 to Mon 0800. I get a flat fee of $25. for an after hours admission. Nothing extra for visits or calls. I get mileage. That's it.

Ana

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