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Northeast Methodist Hospital

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12412 Judson Rd
San Antonio, TX 78233


Number of Beds 116

Walkthrough State NO

Compact State YES

State License Fee $200

License Wait Time n/a

Temporary License n/a

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State Hourly $32.49 (non-traveler)

State Annual $57,840 (non-traveler)

National Hourly $33.23

National Annual $69,110





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San Antonio



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October 07, 2014

by Anonymous

Fun place to work

This was the best contract I have ever worked. No matter how stressful the day, we had a good shift. The staff was friendly, most of the doctors were personable, and there was consistency.

October 04, 2014

by Anonymous

Bedside Nursing

I love being a registered nurse. I stand proudly wearing my nursing uniform. I love delivering care to the ill, and seeing the difference I make in their life and families' life. I care for 5-6 patients on a medical/surgical unit three days out of the week. I work the 7pm-7am shift. I have definitely learned how to multi-task, while being safe. Time management was a challenge the first year, however I think I have it mastered. I work with awesome nurses. They are proactive and team players. My manager is God sent gift from heaven. She is very personable, and she really cares about the staff members. She is always looking for feedback on what she can do to make our jobs easier. She comes in early for both shifts to make sure we huddle before going out on the floor. My manager is truly a mom away from home; I love her dearly. The hardest part of my job is when a patient dies, and you know deep in your heart that the medical staff exhausted all means in trying to keep the patient alive. The second part of that is explaining to the family that their love one didn't make it. I know dying and death is a part of life, but it never gets easy for me. The most enjoyable part of my job is clocking out, going home, coming back the next night, and doing it all over again.Felicia Shipp BSN

September 25, 2014

by Anonymous

day at methodist

Working in a busy telemetry unit. May take care of 4-6 patientson a daily basis.