Average Dialysis Nurse Salary in Denver

Dialysis nurses in Denver earn an average of $92,774 per year (or $44.61 per hour).

United States
Denver, CO
14% higher than the national average
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Denver dialysis nurses earn 14% higher than the national average salary for dialysis nurses, at $80,731 (or $38.81 per hour).

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Dialysis nurse salary range in Denver, CO

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $113,701 $54
75th Percentile $109,703 $52
Median $88,564 $42
25th Percentile $84,399 $40

80% of Denver dialysis nurses earn between $69,452 and $113,701.

Cost-of-living adjusted dialysis nurse salary in Denver

Cost-Of-Living Adjusted
Denver, CO
Overall Average
Denver, CO

Adjusted for cost-of-living, Denver dialysis nurses earn about $86,462 per year. Cost-of-living in Denver is 7% higher than the national average, meaning they face higher prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

How much do other nurses get paid in Denver, CO?

Clinical Informatics Nurse $117,242 per year
Quality Assurance Nurse $94,813 per year
Aesthetic Nurse $94,813 per year
OR Nurse $91,755 per year
Radiology Nurse $88,696 per year
Nurse Manager $87,677 per year
Substance Abuse Nurse $85,638 per year
Diabetes Nurse $85,638 per year
Transplant Nurse $85,638 per year
Primary Care Nurse $85,638 per year

At a $92,774 average annual salary, dialysis nurses in Denver tend to earn less than clinical informatics nurses ($117,242), quality assurance nurses ($94,813), and aesthetic nurses ($94,813). They tend to earn more than OR nurses ($91,755), radiology nurses ($88,696), nurse managers ($87,677), substance abuse nurses ($85,638), diabetes nurses ($85,638), transplant nurses ($85,638), and primary care nurses ($85,638).

More about dialysis nurses

Dialysis nurses work with patients experiencing kidney disease. They assist patients as they go through dialysis treatment – a procedure that removes toxins that are typically released by a healthy set of kidneys.

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Data sources: rn salary data, cost of living data, proprietary data from Incredible Health