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Seton Hospital New Grad Pay?

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Specializes in Perioperative, ACU, Hospice.

Anyone have any idea how much Seton in Daly City pays new grad RNs? Or even pay for experienced RNs there? Any information would be helpful.

Thanks!:specs:

I don't actually know. But they don't/won't have new grad training program anymore. I have applied for any open positions and no one contact me.

But I think pay salary not low, same as staff I.

nurseman78, BSN, RN

Specializes in ICU, CRNA. Has 5 years experience.

Did they tell you personally that they won't have the new grad residency anymore? I just searched their job board today (November 27th, 2009) and they're advertising slots for it on the job listings.

I was told that they don't have any new grad training programs and do not plan to have any. In addition, they said new RN's can apply; however all applicants must have CA RN licensure as well as ACLS! BCLS was not enough. Even if the job description states, "BCLS" I was yelled at over the phone that "APPLICANT WITHOUT ACLS DO NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENTS!". I found Seton rude and after applying to over 30 units without an interview I gave up on them.

What makes you think they have a new residency program? I didn't see anything on their website. Good luck!!

faith love hope

Specializes in m/s ortho.

i believe the seton hospital that OP is referring to is in CA.. and the one with the versant residency is in TX

nurseman78, BSN, RN

Specializes in ICU, CRNA. Has 5 years experience.

Ah, gotcha'. That makes sense. Sorry about that, OP.

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