You are paid to work 7 am to 7 pm but ere offense stay till 9pm and don't get paid unless you are Locum.
12 hours, 7 days on and 7 days off
Answered - Nurse Practitioner Hospitalist (Current Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
About 10 hours per day. I was the only NP working in our area and it was a new program being set up so we were transitioning from paper documentation to EHR and electronic documentation which meant I had double charting to do. I also had to create my own charts prior to visits.
Answered - Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) - Akron, OH
8 normally sometimes few hours more, based off need, but with meetings and events given by the fun committee can easily be trimmed down.