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Meshie

Morristown, TN

#1 Dec 29, 2009
How much can an RN expect to make in Morristown if she/he works at:
1. Hospital
2. Dr. Office
3. Home Health
4. Other
Thanks so much in helping me with this research!
RN Nurse

Morristown, TN

#2 Dec 29, 2009
1. Hospital......18hr
2. Dr. Office.....?
3. Home Health.....20-25hr
4. Other, Nursing home....21hr

I work at a nursing home and they start out at 21hr

“What shall we do today Pinkey?”

Since: Jun 08

Back Woods USA!!

#3 Dec 30, 2009
I am not sure what RN's make in a Dr. Office but I cant think that it wud be a whole lot. The others mentioned are about right. I work home health 3 days one week 4 the next and I will make about 38,000 by the end of the year. Good luck to you :)
question

Kingsport, TN

#4 Dec 30, 2009
what home health are you with? job hunting...:-)
for the love of nursing wrote:
I am not sure what RN's make in a Dr. Office but I cant think that it wud be a whole lot. The others mentioned are about right. I work home health 3 days one week 4 the next and I will make about 38,000 by the end of the year. Good luck to you :)

“What shall we do today Pinkey?”

Since: Jun 08

Back Woods USA!!

#5 Dec 30, 2009
maxim health care services
Meshie

Morristown, TN

#6 Dec 30, 2009
I was told that nurses (RN's) could expect to make around 60,000 or more a year! Is that not true?
RN Nurse

Morristown, TN

#7 Dec 30, 2009
I will gross that with 10 hours a week overtime, but overtime is not steady.

“What shall we do today Pinkey?”

Since: Jun 08

Back Woods USA!!

#8 Dec 30, 2009
I guess it would be based on what speciality you went into and what demographic area you live in like RN Nurse said overtime is not a given and some weeks you fall up short.
no way out

Morristown, TN

#9 Dec 30, 2009
Meshie wrote:
How much can an RN expect to make in Morristown if she/he works at:
1. Hospital
2. Dr. Office
3. Home Health
4. Other
Thanks so much in helping me with this research!
its not about the money ! its about care !
u know who

Schaumburg, IL

#10 Dec 30, 2009
work in knoxville if u wanna make that. brought in around 63,200 yr at st. mary's.
Meshie wrote:
I was told that nurses (RN's) could expect to make around 60,000 or more a year! Is that not true?
seriously

Schaumburg, IL

#11 Dec 30, 2009
yes, i agree it's about the care, but let's be realistic it's a tough world andwe have to feed our families too!
no way out wrote:
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its not about the money ! its about care !
no way out

Morristown, TN

#12 Dec 30, 2009
seriously wrote:
yes, i agree it's about the care, but let's be realistic it's a tough world andwe have to feed our families too!
<quoted text>
you will not make it!1 or 3 years ! know your kind !
seriously

Kingsport, TN

#13 Dec 30, 2009
try 10 yrs and counting.... guess u think ppl should work for free???
no way out wrote:
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you will not make it!1 or 3 years ! know your kind !
Meshie

Morristown, TN

#14 Dec 30, 2009
no way out wrote:
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you will not make it!1 or 3 years ! know your kind !
I'm trying to decide which area of health care I can make the most money at. I'm a single mom and need the money to care for my children. So what "kind" does that make me? I like health care in general but need some direction on where I can get the most bang for my buck.
seriously

Kingsport, TN

#15 Dec 30, 2009
ppl on here usually don't offend me, but u've truly ticked me off... how dare you imply myself or any other nurse on here don't care for our pts just because we wanna make good money doing it!(good)nurses work their butts off! just because we're caregivers we shouldn't want to make the best we can to provide for our families??? REALLY???? are you even a nurse??? if so and if you've been doing it longer than your 1-3 yrs then i'm very surprised, cause i know your self-righteous, know-it-all kind too!!!!!!!! can i get an amen my fellow nurses?????????
no way out wrote:
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you will not make it!1 or 3 years ! know your kind !
seriously

Kingsport, TN

#16 Dec 30, 2009
just ignore her meshie! that person has NO clue what they're talking about... probably in reality a nursing school flunk out with a bitter tongue! i'm in the same boat as u. a single mom doing the best i can. to be of some help to u... home health seems to be were the money is at right nw and it's WONDRFUL the pts are awesome! you'll look forward to seeing them! if you like hospital work, lakeway pays good if you don't want to drive to knoxville. as for me i work 3 - 4 days a wk with home health and prn at a hospital in knoxville, usually pick up a shift per pay period. hope this helps and good luck!
Meshie wrote:
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I'm trying to decide which area of health care I can make the most money at. I'm a single mom and need the money to care for my children. So what "kind" does that make me? I like health care in general but need some direction on where I can get the most bang for my buck.
Chasey

Morristown, TN

#17 Dec 30, 2009
seriously wrote:
ppl on here usually don't offend me, but u've truly ticked me off... how dare you imply myself or any other nurse on here don't care for our pts just because we wanna make good money doing it!(good)nurses work their butts off! just because we're caregivers we shouldn't want to make the best we can to provide for our families??? REALLY???? are you even a nurse??? if so and if you've been doing it longer than your 1-3 yrs then i'm very surprised, cause i know your self-righteous, know-it-all kind too!!!!!!!! can i get an amen my fellow nurses?????????
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I completely agree. I just applied for nursing school and yes pay is a factor. I want to be able to provide for my family. Wanting to make money doesn't make anyone a bad person. No one works for free.
Yes maam

AOL

#18 Dec 30, 2009
There are many things all of us might like to do, and parts of the job which are not as appealing. But haven't men always sought out companies or self-employment vocations where the compensation is reasonable ? Most jobs do require dedicated commitment to details, team attitudes, honesty and good interpersonal skills. Although these attributes are clearly required in nursing, they certainly help in any job. Ladies, it's okay to get reasonable compensation for your work ! In some communities it is "gauche" or tacky to speak about salaries-- but let's go for reality-- do what men have done for centuries ! Keep fine-tuning all of your skills, learn from your co-workers, read about new approaches and new medical findings to make you a valuable employee !
Lisa

Knoxville, TN

#19 Jul 24, 2010
for the love of nursing wrote:
maxim health care services
Do you know if they hire CNA's? And does anyone have a phone number for them OR for INTERIM Health Care? Thanks!
yeah ok

Morristown, TN

#20 Jul 25, 2010
no way out wrote:
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its not about the money ! its about care !
ok!
actually it's about both.
and the money is a good thing to reinforce us going back to such a risky, HARD ASS job!!
Seriously!

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