So I imagine the real pay bumps come if you're an early or mid-career nurse making the switch, or going into an in-demand specialty or moving to a location with high demand. I could be wrong but I think if you’re working outpatient in a doctor’s office you’re going to be on the lower end of the salary spectrum. Work in NYC and my starting salary was over 90k as a RN report. Can anybody give me some information on PMHNP salary and job opportunities? This is in Brooklyn. This is a platform designed to inform and unite the NP community. I live in rural Ohio and know the NP at a local hospital makes ‘almost the same’ as the nurses at the same hospital. ♀️. I do know in Iowa, we have state and county hospitals where you can work for 3 years after graduation (and maybe make only the 70-80 range) and usually are covering ER and outlying clinic duty - but after 3 years the government will erase or forgive a ton of your student loans. There are definitely a ton of jobs here that pay $80k in primary care and urgent care clinics. HAPPY. Probably won’t get an answer here; go check on the allnurses website, I’m in CA, DNPs tend to make similar to bedside. Press J to jump to the feed. Makes $130k/year. If you’re working on a RVU system or in private practice you could expect 140-160k. So, in the experience of colleagues of mine, salary has been an issue because they were RNs with 20+ years experience and the salaries to prove it. Major metro area. New grads in Mpls/St.Paul starting around 125k in ambulatory or inpt settings. The trend is that NPs keep making more year after year and you have the opportunity for higher pay rates in general after a few years of experience, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the nursepractitioner community. share. PMHNP seems to pay about $75/80/hr depending on job and benefits package. I would think if you are willing to drive or move you shouldn’t have problems making more than that. Full-time employee, 9 hour shifts, average 3-5 weekly, just go whenever scheduled basically. What are the benefits of going for your DNP? I make 29.5/hour, and work in LTC. Have FNP, AG-ACNP, and ENP certs. That big a raise after three months? I make 60ish a year at a neighboring hospital. Today I make 178k per year, with a good benefits package that I know is costing them. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. The salary for my first NP job 19 1/2 years ago was 50k per year, with benefits, kinda funny now. One of my best friends is an FNP here in Hampton Roads (Virginia) and makes about 80k. I also live in Ohio and one of our NPs said she made more as a long time (10+ years) floor nurse than she currently does as an NP. Psych NP new grad positions are being offered in my area starting 150-180. Average starting salary for NP here is 95-110,000. In Hawaii they make less or about the same as floor nurses at my hospital. I’m curious, because I feel weird asking my coworkers how much they make, but I really don’t know what the “average” salary is, or if what I’m making is on par with everyone else. Negotiating for what you are worth is key. Asking for advice, practice information, the job market, and general banter is encouraged! save. Proud to celebrate Nurse Practitioner Week! Wherever one finds a physician in a clinical setting, a nurse practitioner (with training and little oversight) may also be found. And as a lot of programs, mine does little to help you find a preceptor. My friend became a psych NP and made 100k starting out and just moved to Oregon where she’s going to make at least 30k more. PMHNP seems to pay about $75/80/hr depending on job and benefits package. Jumped to 65k, 75k about 10 years ago. The average Nurse Practitioner salary in New York, NY is $132,921 as of October 28, 2020, but the range typically falls between $123,339 and $144,396. The NPs starting at my hospital make around 115ish and many senior nurses make more them. Also I think the pay will catch up to the education. Going rate seems to be about $70/hr give or take (after 1-3yrs experience). Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. What’s the average day like for you as a PNP? Set up an alert and look at them every week or so. The NPs starting at my hospital make around 115ish and many senior nurses make more them. I’m still going to school because I’m thinking long term. I live in a high cost of living area, and NPs start at 92k at my specific hospital. My FNP and PNP friends are making closer to 90K. The range I most commonly find is 70k- 150k... are there actually NP that make 70? 88. Rural Oregon, small ER, averages 34 pts/day across all shifts. 95k about 6-7 years ago. One had to take a pay cut and the other had offers either about the same or slightly higher than her RN salary. I make that as a floor nurse. I got told by an RN she wouldn't become a DNP because they make the same amount as an RN and you'd just be in debt. This would include with being on-call. What kind of facilities? As someone on this board has mentioned before, the salary floor for an NP is the salary ceiling for an RN. my sister started in a public hospital in Queens (but salary is standard across HHC) with ~$36 starting, but after 1 year moved to NY Presbyterian and was making 105k annually with differential. Not all do, but enough do to give you an idea. While salaries for these advanced practice nurses will vary from region to region in the U.S., there are also some salary differences based on area of specialty. 3 comments. Starting was 37 for me, the first 6 months during probation, then went up to $43 per hour the rest of the year. So it varies widely depending on specialty and obviously location. Salary: $280,000 ($146/hr) Highest degree: DNP Field of nursing: CRNA Job Position and/or brief work description if possible: CRNA (anesthesia provider) Provide regionals, spinals, epidurals & blocks as well as general and MAC anesthetics independently. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Check out indeed and take a look at jobs that advertise salaries. I wonder if since your floor nurse salary is so high wherever you are, maybe the starting salaries for NPs are higher than average? Salary definitely varies by region, but esp by specialty. New grad ER Nurse Practitioner. The role of the Nurse Practitioner (NP) is ubiquitous in the field of medicine. I have been a nurse for 2 years now, and live in the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. Not all do, but enough do to give you an idea. My wife is an ANP, cardiology private practice. Maybe somewhere cost of living is very low? I lived in a county in southern Iowa that literally had NO stoplights (in the WHOLE county people- literally) but we had a few docs, DO’s, PA’s, and NPs come thru and get thru their 3 years At this county hospital to get the loans forgiven . My NP salary started at $100K and has increased to $120 in the last 5 years - things are looking good for us. I am trying to figure out what my best options are in terms of job opportunities & salary in the NJ/NY area. Also, it depends on your specialty. hide. I live in Florida and made $129k in an administration role in a hospital last year with my NP.