houstonr BSN

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houstonr has 5 years experience as a BSN and specializes in ICU float.

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  1. New Grad Salary in NYC

    Hey @Mjnycbsn, I believe night shifts are 7pm-7am, but I am not sure what evening shifts look like in the OR. Sorry!
  2. New Grad Salary in NYC

    Hey, good point! I actually got hired into the float pool which is 10% differential on top of the base pay, which you correctly stated. It's $49.3554/hr! And do add, $0.6648/hr for BSN, and I got $1.1251/hr for 3 years experience.
  3. Mount Sinai NYC Hiring Process

    Hey, I can't seem to PM you for some reason, maybe cause I still haven't posted a lot yet? If you want to PM me first I hope I can be of some help!
  4. New Grad Salary in NYC

    Mt. Sinai: Starting hourly rate is $54.2909!
  5. Mount Sinai NYC Hiring Process

    Hey, I just started my onboarding process at Mt. Sinai! I went through a recruiter, it took about 1-2 weeks after I gave my resume to the recruiter until I actually got an interview, and then another week before I got hired.
  6. Mt. Sinai Beth Israel

    Hi all! Recently got offered a job at an ICU at Mt. Sinai Beth Israel. I would like to know a little more about the hospital before I make a decision, and I was wondering if there was anyone who knows about this hospital? I recently came across an ar...
  7. Northwell Health 2018 Fellowship

    For those of you guys who got into the critical care fellowship program, I just wanted to get some feedback on how your experience has been as I am interested in applying! If you guys could PM me it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  8. Mount Sinai NYC New Grad

    Hi, I'm looking to apply for an ICU position at Mt Sinai soon and I wanted to know if I could PM you for a couple questions? Thanks!
  9. I passed the NCLEX in 75 questions with LOW KAPLAN SCORES!

    Hi! First, thanks for this post! I'm taking my NCLEX in 10 days and I bought the Kaplan Qbank and I've been getting discouraged as I've been only been averaging ~53-55%. When you say "remediate", what exactly do you mean by that? I do read the ration...