Average Renal Nurse Salary in North Carolina

Renal nurses in North Carolina earn an average of $80,785 per year (or $38.84 per hour).

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North Carolina renal nurses earn 2% lower than the national average salary for renal nurses, at $82,992 (or $39.90 per hour).

Renal nurse salary range in North Carolina

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
90th Percentile $108,198 $52
75th Percentile $89,261 $42
Median $81,943 $39
25th Percentile $68,702 $33

80% of North Carolina renal nurses earn between $58,342 and $108,198.

Cost-of-living adjusted renal nurse salary in North Carolina

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Adjusted for cost-of-living, North Carolina renal nurses earn about $88,002 per year. Cost-of-living in North Carolina is 8% lower than the national average, meaning they face lower prices for food, housing, and transportation compared to other states.

Highest paying cities in North Carolina for renal nurses

Charlotte, NC $83,123 per year
Winston-Salem, NC $82,862 per year
Chapel Hill, NC $82,828 per year
Greensboro, NC $82,113 per year
Raleigh, NC $82,011 per year
Asheville, NC $79,481 per year

North Carolina nursing salaries vary from region to region across the state. The area where renal nurses are paid the highest is Charlotte, where the average renal nurses salary is $83,123 and 24,630 registered nurses are currently employed. The Winston-Salem area comes in second, with a $82,862 average renal nurse salary and 9,120 registered nurses employed.

Renal nurses salaries in other states

California $121,322 per year
Washington $93,883 per year
New York $78,314 per year
Minnesota $95,766 per year
Maryland $82,928 per year
Texas $78,634 per year
Illinois $86,867 per year
Virginia $86,265 per year
Pennsylvania $69,512 per year
Michigan $86,284 per year

How much do other nurses get paid in North Carolina?

Gastroenterology Nurse $82,756 per year
Radiology Nurse $82,756 per year
Occupational Health Nurse $82,756 per year
Nurse Manager $80,785 per year
Research Nurse $78,815 per year
Endoscopy Nurse $78,815 per year
Urology Nurse $78,815 per year
Quality Assurance Nurse $77,406 per year
Case Management Nurse $76,845 per year
Pediatric Emergency Nurse $76,845 per year

At a $80,785 average annual salary, renal nurses in North Carolina tend to earn less than gastroenterology nurses ($82,756), radiology nurses ($82,756), and occupational health nurses ($82,756). They tend to earn more than nurse managers ($80,785), research nurses ($78,815), endoscopy nurses ($78,815), urology nurses ($78,815), quality assurance nurses ($77,406), case management nurses ($76,845), and pediatric emergency nurses ($76,845).

More about renal nurses

Also known as nephrology nurses, renal nurses focus on anything that has to do with kidney care. They share many of the same responsibilities as dialysis nurses.

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