How much do physicians earn in Pennsylvania?

Rachel Popa - Print  |

Medscape dove into how much physicians earn in Pennsylvania, comparing primary care and specialist salaries, net worth and other factors to physicians nationwide.

Medscape surveyed nearly 20,000 physicians to compile the report.

Three details:

1. Physician specialists in Pennsylvania earn $337,000, while primary care physicians earn $242,000. Nationally, specialists earn $341,000 on average, and primary care physicians earn $237,000.

2. Forty-six percent of physicians in Pennsylvania report having a net worth of more than $1 million, compared to 44 percent nationally.

3. Forty-eight percent of specialists and 58 percent of primary care physicians in Pennsylvania said they feel fairly compensated. Nationally, 54 percent of primary care physicians and specialists said they feel fairly compensated.

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