Average Pediatric OR Nurse Salary in New York

Pediatric OR nurses in New York earn an average of $105,686 per year (or $50.81 per hour).

United States
New York, NY
17% higher than the national average
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New York pediatric OR nurses earn 17% higher than the national average salary for pediatric OR nurses, at $89,814 (or $43.18 per hour).

Pediatric OR nurse salary range in New York, NY

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $136,858 $65
75th Percentile $109,186 $52
Median $106,212 $51
25th Percentile $84,905 $40

80% of New York pediatric OR nurses earn between $78,841 and $136,858.

Cost-of-living adjusted pediatric OR nurse salary in New York

Cost-Of-Living Adjusted
New York, NY
Overall Average
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Adjusted for cost-of-living, New York pediatric OR nurses earn about $91,503 per year. Cost-of-living in New York is 15% higher than the national average, meaning they face higher prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

Highest paying cities in New York for pediatric OR nurses

Buffalo, NY $86,666 per year
Troy, NY $83,413 per year
Rochester, NY $81,653 per year
Syracuse, NY $80,977 per year

New York nursing salaries vary from region to region across the state. The area where pediatric OR nurses are paid the highest is Buffalo, where the average pediatric OR nurses salary is $86,666 and 13,140 registered nurses are currently employed. The Troy area comes in second, with a $83,413 average pediatric OR nurse salary and 10,160 registered nurses employed.

How much do other nurses get paid in New York, NY?

Bariatric Nurse $112,244 per year
Clinical Informatics Nurse $111,742 per year
Endoscopy Nurse $108,306 per year
Blood Management Nurse $106,336 per year
Float Pool Nurse $105,352 per year
Dermatology Nurse $104,367 per year
PACU Nurse $104,367 per year
Research Nurse $104,367 per year
Cath Lab Nurse $104,367 per year
Ophthalmology Nurse $104,367 per year

At a $105,686 average annual salary, pediatric OR nurses in New York tend to earn less than bariatric nurses ($112,244), clinical informatics nurses ($111,742), endoscopy nurses ($108,306), and blood management nurses ($106,336). They tend to earn more than float pool nurses ($105,352), dermatology nurses ($104,367), PACU nurses ($104,367), research nurses ($104,367), cath lab nurses ($104,367), and ophthalmology nurses ($104,367).

More about pediatric OR nurses

Pediatric operating room nurses specialize in providing care to children who are undergoing surgery. They work in the operating room alongside surgeons and other members of the surgical team to ensure that children receive the best possible care before, during, and after their surgical procedures. Some of their specific duties might include preparing the operating room and equipment for surgery, providing pre- and post-operative care to children and their families, monitoring patients' vital signs during surgery, and providing support and education to patients and their families. They may also be involved in managing pain and administering medications to children before, during, and after surgery.

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