Updated August 18, 2021
Average Patients Transporter Salary
$12.05 hourly
$25,000 yearly

Entry level Salary
$19,000 yearly
$19,000
10 %
$25,000
Median
$32,000
90 %
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PercentileascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly Rateascdesc
90th Percentile
$32,000
$2,667
$15
75th Percentile
$28,000
$2,333
$13
Average
$25,063
$2,089
$12
25th Percentile
$21,000
$1,750
$10
10th Percentile
$19,000
$1,583
$9

Average Patients Transporter Salary By State

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Patients Transporter average salary by State

StateascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdescJob Countascdesc
Alabama
$20,908
$10.05
Alaska
$44,884
$21.58
Arizona
$26,439
$12.71
Arkansas
$22,164
$10.66
California
$37,306
$17.94
Colorado
$26,461
$12.72
Connecticut
$35,702
$17.16
Delaware
$30,612
$14.72
District of Columbia
$28,861
$13.88
Florida
$26,641
$12.81
Georgia
$20,538
$9.87
Hawaii
$39,276
$18.88
Idaho
$21,610
$10.39
Illinois
$26,674
$12.82
Indiana
$25,540
$12.28
Iowa
$28,536
$13.72
Kansas
$27,647
$13.29
Kentucky
$23,734
$11.41
Louisiana
$19,949
$9.59
Maine
$28,746
$13.82
Maryland
$28,567
$13.73
Massachusetts
$34,627
$16.65
Michigan
$30,325
$14.58
Minnesota
$32,882
$15.81
Mississippi
$20,212
$9.72
Missouri
$22,911
$11.01
Montana
$22,926
$11.02
Nebraska
$26,087
$12.54
Nevada
$29,586
$14.22
New Hampshire
$30,772
$14.79
New Jersey
$28,337
$13.62
New Mexico
$29,034
$13.96
New York
$40,379
$19.41
North Carolina
$20,281
$9.75
North Dakota
$29,183
$14.03
Ohio
$24,869
$11.96
Oklahoma
$23,217
$11.16
Oregon
$34,307
$16.49
Pennsylvania
$26,842
$12.90
Rhode Island
$30,087
$14.46
South Carolina
$20,452
$9.83
South Dakota
$22,969
$11.04
Tennessee
$24,186
$11.63
Texas
$24,012
$11.54
Utah
$20,802
$10.00
Vermont
$30,001
$14.42
Virginia
$29,056
$13.97
Washington
$30,763
$14.79
West Virginia
$24,046
$11.56
Wisconsin
$26,621
$12.80
Wyoming
$23,602
$11.35

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Highest Paying Cities For Patients Transporter

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CityascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Santa Rosa, CA
$39,908
$19.19
Bellingham, WA
$32,039
$15.40
Novi, MI
$30,314
$14.57
Charlottesville, VA
$28,794
$13.84
Des Moines, IA
$28,305
$13.61
Eau Claire, WI
$27,560
$13.25

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How much does a Patients Transporter make?

The average patients transporter salary is $25,063 per year, or $12.05 per hour, in the United States. People on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $19,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $32,000. As most things go, location can be critical. Alaska, New York, Hawaii, California, and Connecticut provide the highest patients transporter salaries.

Average Patients Transporter Salary Over Time

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

Location
    YearascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc% Changeascdesc
    2021
    $25,100
    $12.05
    +3.6%
    2020
    $24,200
    $11.62
    +3.4%
    2019
    $23,400
    $11.23
    +3.3%
    2018
    $22,600
    $10.85
    +2.4%
    2017
    $22,000
    $10.60
    +0.8%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    PRN

    Avg. salary: $51,848

    A PRN or a "pro re nata" employee is responsible for covering a shift or a specific situation, especially during short-staffing or the need to complete a particular task. The PRNs often work for a medical industry without a regular or full-time commitment, having the freedom to manage their time and take multiple assignments from different organizations. A PRN must have excellent communication and organization skills, providing quality healthcare services to the patients and the organization.
    70,773 PRN Jobs
    Nurses' Aide

    Avg. salary: $27,847

    A nurses' aide is responsible for providing healthcare and welfare assistance to patients in long-term care facilities while under the supervision of a registered nurse or a licensed colleague with extensive expertise. A nurses' aide is mostly involved in basic hygienic tasks, such as helping a patient in bathing and dressing, using the toilet, preparing meals, feeding, and performing basic chores. It is also vital for a nurses' aide to coordinate with supervisors, reporting any changes in a patients' condition or behavior.
    125,239 Nurses' Aide Jobs
    Hospital Corpsman

    Avg. salary: $61,654

    Hospital corpsmen are U.S. Navy enlisted medical specialists who perform the initial treatment during combat. The medical specialists serve as assistants in injury and disease prevention and treatment. They assist the health care professionals in the medical care of the Marine Corps and Navy personnel. Among their duties and responsibilities include preventive care, maintenance of patient treatment records, and administration of injections and medications. Also, it is their job to carry out emergency dental or medical treatment to marines and sailors.
    2,362 Hospital Corpsman Jobs
    Medication Aide

    Avg. salary: $30,577

    A medication aide is a healthcare professional who is responsible for administering medication to patients daily in a hospital or medical facility. As certified nursing assistants, medication aides should possess knowledge of patient care procedures so that they can coordinate with different nurses to deliver them. They follow written or verbal instructions from physicians on how to manage their patients' medications. Medication aides are also required to observe their patients and document changes in their conditions.
    243,034 Medication Aide Jobs
    Hospitality Internship

    Avg. salary: $26,259

    A hospitality intern is responsible for assisting the management team in providing the highest customer service for the guests. Hospitality interns also support the human resources team in sourcing candidates for operations and recommend strategies to maximize the productivity of employees and improve operational processes. They perform administrative and clerical duties as needed under the supervision of a manager and tenured staff. A hospitality intern must have excellent communication and organizational skills, especially in writing reports and sorting files in the database.
    57,669 Hospitality Internship Jobs
    Nurse Technician

    Avg. salary: $31,056

    Nurse technicians, also known as nursing aides, assistants, or attendants, usually work in clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes. Primarily, they help a registered nurse by providing essential mobility, care, and support to patients. Everyday routine duties include maintaining patients' hygiene and moving them using wheelchairs or stretchers around the facility for their meals, treatment, events, and other activities. They do tasks that help improve a patient's comfort level and become their caregivers in the long run. This job requires a high school diploma along with the completed certified nursing assistant (CNA) program.
    188,999 Nurse Technician Jobs
    Job TitleascdescAnnual SalaryascdescMonthly SalaryascdescHourly RateascdescJob Openingsascdesc
    PRN
    $51,848
    $4,321
    $24.93
    70,773
    Nurses' Aide
    $27,848
    $2,321
    $13.39
    125,239
    Hospital Corpsman
    $61,654
    $5,138
    $29.64
    2,362
    Medication Aide
    $30,578
    $2,548
    $14.70
    243,034
    Hospitality Internship
    $26,259
    $2,188
    $12.62
    57,669
    Nurse Technician
    $31,056
    $2,588
    $14.93
    188,999
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    Patients Transporter Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for a patients transporter can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.

    Which Companies Pay Patients Transporters The Most?

    If you insist on knowing when your check is going to come and for how much, then you'd be better off working for companies like Center for Diagnostic Imaging and Catholic Health Initiatives as they offer the highest salaries for patients transporters.
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    Recently Added Patients Transporter Salaries

    Location
    CompanyascdescJobascdescLocationascdescDate AddedascdescSalaryascdesc
    Uc Health
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Colorado Springs, CO
    08/28/2021
    $31,305
    08/28/2021
    Texas Health Resources
    Certified Patient Transporter
    Certified Patient Transporter
    Plano, TX
    08/28/2021
    $27,131
    08/28/2021
    G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc.
    Security Patient Transport
    Security Patient Transport
    Richmond, VA
    08/27/2021
    $28,175
    08/27/2021
    Uchealth
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Fort Collins, CO
    08/26/2021
    $31,305
    08/26/2021
    Peace Health
    Transporter-Patient Transport
    Transporter-Patient Transport
    Vancouver, WA
    08/25/2021
    $32,620
    08/25/2021
    Compass Group, North America
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Austin, TX
    08/23/2021
    $31,305
    08/23/2021
    Sodexo
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Chicago, IL
    08/21/2021
    $31,305
    08/21/2021
    Compass Group USA Inc.
    Patient Transporter &
    Patient Transporter &
    Southfield, MI
    08/21/2021
    $31,305
    08/21/2021
    Compass Group, North America
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Winston-Salem, NC
    08/14/2021
    $31,305
    08/14/2021
    Power Personnel
    Patient Transporter
    Patient Transporter
    Palo Alto, CA
    08/13/2021
    $43,827
    08/13/2021

    Average Patients Transporter Salary by Demographic

    Patients Transporter Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $27,968
    female-income
    Female Income
    $27,081
    Genderascdesc
    Incomeascdesc
    Male$27,968
    Female$27,081
    Median Patients Transporter Income by Race
    Asian patients transporters have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. White patients transporters have the lowest average salary at $27,019.
    $30,000
    $24,000
    $18,000
    $12,000
    $6,000
    $0
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino
    Ethnicityascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    White$27,019
    Black or African American$27,123
    Asian$28,358
    Hispanic or Latino$27,542
    Average Patients Transporter Salary by Education Level
    Patients transporters with a Masters degree earn more than those without, at $34,719 annually. With a Bachelors degree, patients transporters earn a median annual income of $28,489 compared to $27,743 for patients transporters with an Associate degree.
    $35,000
    $28,000
    $21,000
    $14,000
    $7,000
    $0
    High School Diploma or Less
    Master's Degree
    Bachelor's Degree
    Some College/ Associate Degree
    Educationascdesc
    Salaryascdesc
    High School Diploma or Less$27,081
    Master's Degree$34,719
    Bachelor's Degree$28,489
    Some College/ Associate Degree$27,743