Vancouver Coastal Health
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Vancouver Coastal Health Nurse hourly salaries in Canada

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22% Above national average
Salary estimated from 28 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: June 3, 2021

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  1. Richmond, BC
    The multidisciplinary health care team will be staffed by general practitioners, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and social workers.
    2 hours ago
  2. Vancouver, BC
    Candidates accepting this training opportunity agree to remain with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) as a regular status nurse in the area of nursing applicable…
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  3. Squamish, BC
    Status: Regular Part Time (0.73 FTE). Perform the full scope of practical nursing functions for clients with predictable outcomes including activities such as…
    2 hours ago
  4. Whistler, BC
    Follow decision support tools, cast fractures of a bone with orders and when a medical practitioner or nurse practitioner is available.
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Satisfying daily and providing nursing care I feel very important for patients
My days when I was working full time have not always been typical, unexpected changes and high risk patients that all the nurses need to mentally and physically be prepared for. Management provides and sets high nursing bars and some provided a role model. My co-workers were always a pleasure working with and I enjoyed their new ideas to make the future to look forward to. I learned a lot of understanding in my leadership position as a Patient Service Coordinator toward my nursing staff and showed them the importance of their capability and leadership also to new staff. At the end of my day I go home feeling I have had I very valuable contribution to our patients, that have trusted us to provide the care they needed.
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a good place to work
It is a good place to work in Vancouver Coastal Health. The job is a 12 hours shift, day shift and night shift. The LPN works with a RN or a RPN all the time. An LPN has the chance to learn from different RNs or RPNs. All of RNs or RPNs have very good experience and most of them want to share their experiences with LPNs. You could learn from RNs or RPNs and LPNs. LPNs have no chance to work with another LPN. The manager and coordinator support staff well. Most of nurses want to share the jobs. The most challenge part is unstable clients because that is a psychiatric unit. You may fell a little bit tense when you are alone in the night and unstable clients are up to common area around nursing station. The most enjoyable part of the job is the client recovered and discharged home.
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How much does a Nurse make at Vancouver Coastal Health in Canada?

Average Vancouver Coastal Health Nurse hourly pay in Canada is approximately $42.79, which is 22% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 145 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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