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Family Nurse Practitioner Salaries in New York - NY

Advanced practice nurses will discover impressive family nurse practitioner (FNP) salaries in New York, comparable to other top states listed as having the highest nursing salaries in the nation.  Figures current as of January 2011 at indicated the overall average annual salary for family nurse practitioners in New York was $109,000.  Depending on the variables given above, other annual salaries ranged from $82,000 to $95,000, and all the way up to $296,000 for a Lead FNP.  Family nurse practitioner salaries differ based on numerous influential factors.  Among these are the FNP's years of experience, area of specialization, location and type of facility, and level of training. 

For even greater understanding of how pay is commensurate with experience and other factors, consider some of the January 2011 jobs advertised at  A family nurse practitioner who specializes in women’s health and has a minimum of three years’ experience can expect a salary ranging from $80,000 to $92,000 annually at a community healthcare facility in New York City.  Meanwhile, Valore Healthcare in Watertown posted two openings in January 2011 for two FNPs with a minimum of one year’s experience, offering an annual salary of $105,000 for a Monday –Friday, 8am-5pm position.  These FNP positions offer the additional incentives of no hospital coverage, no calls after hours, and no weekends or holidays.

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring family nurse practitioners in New York, Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers and Syracuse, New York may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment at some of the best hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Presbyterian Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and  Brookdale Hospital.

Job posting data is provided for information purposes only and in no way represents a job offer or assurance of employment.

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