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The Medicus Firm has 2 physician jobs in Endocrinology with salaries ranging from $280,000 to $315,000

New Endocrinology Opening - NJ - $270K
Ref# END 21804

New Endocrinology Opening $350,000 Documented Earnings Potential (90th Percentile)Our group takes pride in our fantastic work culture – “Great Places to Work” certification 2023 Top tie » Read More

Somerville, New Jersey

Remote Endocrinology
Ref# END 23704

Remote work option!--$310,000Non-profit hospital and fully integrated healthcare organization Join an existing Endocrinologist and share clinic call; call is phone only and triaged No w » Read More

Cartersville, Georgia

Endocrinology Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for Endocrinologists is $219,663, which averages out to about $105 per hour. Your salary will vary based on your location, skillset, and years of experience. In an effort to combat a lower salary, you could choose to work in one of the following states (all of which have the highest average salaries, in ascending order): Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Alaska. The average salaries in these states range from $218,184, in Minnesota, to $247,906, in Alaska. This profession is expected to grow by about 7% by the year 2030.

Some benefits of working as an Endocrinologist are as follows: working in a highly-respected career, getting the chance to do research, building relationships with patients, and working in a field that is always evolving.

Some skills that any Endocrinologist should have include: attention to detail, communication skills, problem-solving skills, empathy, physical stamina, organizational skills, and the ability to work on a team.

Job Duties
Endocrinologists perform the following job duties: examine, analyze, and investigate patients and their medical histories for signs of hormonal imbalance, discuss diagnoses with patients and explain treatment options, carry out follow-up appointments, monitor patient progress, adjust treatment plans and medications, and conducting research on the endocrine system and its diseases, disorders, and conditions to participate in developing new treatment techniques.

Work Environment
As an Endocrinologist, you may work in a hospital, clinic, or private practice. You can expect to work on a multidisciplinary team with other health professionals.

While the process of becoming an Endocrinologist can be overwhelming, you may choose to pursue CME, or continuing medical education, once you complete your initial education requirements. There are both Endocrinology-focused organizations and directory-like websites that can help you locate CME resources. These resources may include podcasts, videos, live or virtual conferences, webinars, or live or virtual courses. Some of these organizations are as follows: Mayo Clinic, the Endocrine Society, Harvard, CMEList, the American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP), the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE), and AudioDigest.

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