Nurses Email List

Nurses Email List | High Quality Email Database| Includes Phone & Postal Data

Find and contact thousands of nurses across the US with our comprehensive email database. Comprised of over 32,968  records and in a format, you’ll be able to filter by area, company size and turnover, we’re confident that this email list will assist you in your business goals.


32,968 Nurses’ Contacts. Each Contact Includes:

  • Nurse’s Full Name
  • Nurse’s Personal Business Email Address (not generic)
  • Nurse’s Specialism
  • Hospital/Clinic/Employer/Company Name & URL
  • Nurse’s Mailing Address with City, State, Post Code, Country
  • Nurse’s Phone & Fax Numbers
  • Company Industry
  • Company Revenue & Employee Size Indicator

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Nurse Email List

Who Should Use the Nurses Email List?

Due to their critical role in the medical world, being able to contact thousands of nurses directly will bring you closer to the answers you need and will open up new business opportunities for you. Previous users of this list included:

  • Healthcare charity event organizers
  • PPE manufacturers
  • Patient monitoring systems reseller
  • Nurse training provider

Our agents are on hand to help advise you on the best way to use this list of nurses email addresses. Speak to an agent today!


Nurses Email List by Specialism

If your offering is specific to certain areas of the nurse job, you may wish to contact only selected nurses, based on the positions they are holding. For example, the database can be split by nurse’s speciality.


  • Registered nurses: 9,515 contacts
  • Cardiac nurses: 426 contacts
  • Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA): 1,312 contacts
  • Clinical nurse specialists: 1,647 contacts
  • Critical care nurses: 1,089 contacts
  • ER nurses: 562 contacts
  • Clinical nurse specialists: 1,570 contacts
  • Geriatric nursing: 255 contacts
  • Perioperative nurses (surgical/or nurse): 1,324 contacts
  • Mental health nurses: 499 contacts
  • Nurse midwifes: 437 contacts
  • Nurse practitioners: 6,455 contacts
  • Oncology nurses: 958 contacts
  • Orthopedic nurses: 252 contacts
  • Pediatric nurses: 1,092 contacts
  • Public health nurses: 310 contacts
  • Travel nurses: 1,755 contacts
  • Other nurses: 3,510 contacts


Nurses Email List: US Industry Overview

2020 was an incredibly tough year for the medical industry. With Covid-19 changing the world in a way we didn’t expect. The World Health Organisation heralded 2020 as ‘The year or the Nurse and Midwife’ as an homage to the 200th birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale.

Most if not all people will have received care from a nurse in their lifetime, they are the backbone of the medical industry. Their duties include: assessing the needs of patients in their care, planning medical courses of action, providing both pre and post operation care, administering medication and assisting doctors – just to name a few! Their role is all encompassing and critical to the success of patient treatment and care.

The statistics of the nursing profession

There are over 4 million registered nurses in the US and nursing is our country’s largest healthcare profession (American Nurses Association [ANA], 2020).

From a survey of over 50,000 registered nurses (RNs), it was found that the average age of RNs is 48-50, with almost half of all nurses being over 50. The growing number of male RNs was 9.6% in 2018 and 26.7% of RN respondents were minorities.

The RN population in the U.S. is comprised of the following racial backgrounds:

  • White/Caucasian – 73.3%
  • Hispanic – 10.2%
  • African American – 7.8%
  • Asian – 5.2%
  • Two or more races – 1.7%
  • Other – 1%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander – 0.6%
  • American Indian/Alaskan Native – 0.3%

Approximately 5% of RNs in the U.S. had completed their training in other countries with nearly half from the Philippines, followed by India and Canada.

Where do nurses work?

  • Hospitals – 60%
  • Education – 3%
  • Government – 5%
  • Nursing and Residential – 7%
  • Ambulance Service – 18%
  • Other – 7%

(Data based on Nursing Centre statistics)