Average ER Nurse Salary in Delaware

ER nurses in Delaware earn an average of $86,400 per year (or $41.54 per hour).

United States
5% higher than the national average
Your personal salary estimate
Free from Incredible Health

Delaware ER nurses earn 5% higher than the national average salary for ER nurses, at $82,094 (or $39.46 per hour).

ER nurse salary range in Delaware

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $110,866 $53
75th Percentile $103,077 $49
Median $83,755 $40
25th Percentile $68,366 $32

80% of Delaware ER nurses earn between $66,555 and $110,866.

Cost-of-living adjusted ER nurse salary in Delaware

Cost-Of-Living Adjusted
Overall Average

Adjusted for cost-of-living, Delaware ER nurses earn about $88,253 per year. Cost-of-living in Delaware is 2% lower than the national average, meaning they face lower prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

ER nurses salaries in other states

California $124,000 per year
Oregon $96,733 per year
Alaska $92,600 per year
Massachusetts $106,786 per year
Washington $93,883 per year
New York $95,186 per year
Nevada $87,496 per year
New Jersey $89,690 per year
Connecticut $89,571 per year
Rhode Island $74,577 per year

How much do other nurses get paid in Delaware?

PCU Nurse $89,143 per year
Med Surg Nurse $88,452 per year
Nurse Manager $86,400 per year
Cardiac Care Nurse $86,400 per year
ICU Nurse $85,320 per year
Telemetry Nurse $84,240 per year
Hospice Nurse $84,240 per year
Psychiatric Nurse $77,760 per year
Pediatric Nurse $75,600 per year
Home Health Nurse $75,600 per year

At a $86,400 average annual salary, ER nurses in Delaware tend to earn less than PCU nurses ($89,143) and med surg nurses ($88,452). They tend to earn more than nurse managers ($86,400), cardiac care nurses ($86,400), ICU nurses ($85,320), telemetry nurses ($84,240), hospice nurses ($84,240), psychiatric nurses ($77,760), pediatric nurses ($75,600), and home health nurses ($75,600).

More about ER nurses

Emergency department nurses and the associated care team must be quick to triage, stabilize, revive, or resolve what are often life-threatening situations for patients. Once patients are stabilized, they are typically moved to other units to receive continuing care.

Free nursing salary estimate

Get a personalized salary estimate for your location and nursing credentials.

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