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Interventional Radiology Nurse Jobs Salary Insights
Average Interventional Radiology Nurse Salary
The average salary for a Interventional Radiology Nurse is $45.44 per hour. This is 5% higher than the nursing US average of $43.10.
Last updated on October 2, 2023. Based on active jobs on Vivian.com.
Interventional Radiology Nurse Jobs FAQs
Does Vivian have any local contract Nursing jobs?
As of Tuesday, October 3rd 2023, Vivian has 10 listings for local contract Nursing jobs. These jobs pay $84 per hour on average, and up to $100 per hour for the top-paying job listed.
Does Vivian have any travel Nursing jobs?
As of Tuesday, October 3rd 2023, Vivian has 744 listings for travel Nursing jobs. These jobs pay $2,731 per hour on average, and up to $5,220 per hour for the top-paying job listed.
Where can I learn more about working as a Interventional Radiology Nurse?
Take a look at Vivian's Interventional Radiology Nurse Career Guide for more information, including required education, responsibilities, pros and cons and more.
What is an Interventional Radiology Nurse?
Interventional radiology (IR) nurses are registered nurses who work in radiology and specialize in interventional treatments. Interventional radiology is a subspecialty with a team of specialists who diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system with minimally invasive image-guided procedures. IR nurses are vital members of this team, providing patient care before, during, and after various procedures. Advances in technology and imaging have made radiology a rapidly growing field with IR nurses a top recruited specialty.
What certifications are commonly held by Interventional Radiology nurses?
Which certifications are best for Interventional Radiology nurses?
Some healthcare employers may prefer interventional radiology nurses job candidates with Advanced Radiology Life Support (ARLS), and some may even require specific professional certifications.
How does having a Advanced Radiology Life Support (ARLS) increase my value as a Interventional Radiology nurse job candidate?
Having a Advanced Radiology Life Support (ARLS) validates your knowledge and skills as a interventional radiology nurse and your dedication to continuing your education in your chosen field. All of which makes you a more desirable job candidate to healthcare employers.