Oncologist/Hematologist NP Salary Guide

How much do oncologist/hematologist nurse practitioners (NPs) make? And how does the salary for oncologist/hematologist NPs compare across states and between perm and temp work? Let’s get started!

Explore our oncologist/hematologist NPs salary guide to discover:

  • Oncologist/Hematologist NP Salary
  • NP Salary by State
  • How Do Oncologist/Hematologist NP Salaries Compare Against Other Oncologist/Hematologist NP Specialties?
  • How Much Will Oncologist/Hematologist NPs Make in 2024?

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NP salary guide

How Much Do Oncologists/Hematologists NP Make?

While the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics does not report on oncologist/hematologist NPs specifically, the average annual salary for NPs is $121,610. However, a report from Becker’s Hospital Review states that oncologist/hematologist NPs cam make $128,264 in annual compensation.

How Much Do Locum Tenens Oncologist/Hematologist NPs Make?

Locum tenens oncologist/hematologist NPs can make upwards of $108 per hour on average, however, there are many factors that impact rates including location, years of experience, and the level of demand.

If you were to extrapolate that rate over a year (at 40 hours per week), the average locum salary comes out to around $224,640

That means locum tenens oncologist/hematologist NPs can make up to 87% more than the average provider. However, making direct salary comparisons can be complicated. While perm oncologist/hematologist NPs are more likely to be salaried, locum tenens oncologist/hematologist NPs are independent contractors earning an hourly rate, which can vary based on which assignments they take in a year. 

Furthermore, because locum tenens oncologist/hematologist NPs are paid by the hour, the hours they work are directly reflected in their pay, while a salaried oncologist/hematologist NPs  additional hours may not be reflected in their salary.

Finally, paid time off and insurance may be reflected in the perm oncologist/hematologist NPs  salary structure, but locum tenens providers do have options when it comes to health insurance

Oncologist/Hematologist NPs Salary by State

The most recent state breakdown of NPs salaries comes from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, though the BLS was not able to collect enough data for all 50 states. While the BLS was unable to report on oncologist/hematologist NPs specifically, the top 5 highest paying states for NPs salary are:

  • California (Average NP Salary between $125,780-$158,130)
  • New Jersey (Average NP Salary between $125,780-$158,130)
  • Massachusetts (Average NP Salary between $125,780-$158,130)
  • Oregon (Average NP Salary between $125,780-$158,130)
  • Nevada (Average NP Salary between $125,780-$158,130)

This information can provide insight into the possible highest paying states for oncologist/hematologist NPs.

How Do Oncologist/Hematologist NPs Salaries Compare Against Other NP Specialties?

Oncologist/hematologist NPs fall within the top 5 highest earning NP specialties, according to the  2021 Becker’s Hospital Review report. The top 5 highest paid NP specialties report an annual income over $128,480, and include pediatrics, emergency medicine, hospitalist, psychiatry, and oncology/hematology.

How Much Will Oncologist/Hematologist NPs Make in 2024?

According to the Medscape RN/LPN Compensation Report, the average nurse increased their earnings by $2000 this past year. If this trend continues, the average family practice NP can expect to make $126,610 in 2024.

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