The Medicus Firm has 124 physician jobs in Family Practice with salaries ranging from $23,000 to $600,000
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Salary + Job Growth
The average salary for a physician in Family Practice is $214,498, or around $103 per hour, and the job growth rate is expected to be 7% by the year 2030. The states with the highest-paying jobs in Family Practice are Idaho, Minnesota, Oregon, Washington, and North Dakota. The salaries in these states range from $209,874, in Idaho, to $226,523, in North Dakota. The hourly wage for the average salary in Idaho is around $100, while the hourly wage for North Dakota’s average salary is around $109.
The benefits of working in Family Practice include following patients throughout their lives and building relationships, working in an in-demand field, having a more predictable schedule, and always having opportunities to learn and grow within the field.
As a Family Practice physician, you will need to have good interpersonal and communication skills. You should also possess attention to detail skills, compassion, and enthusiasm.
Your job duties will include conducting follow-ups with patients, performing medical procedures, administering vaccines, providing health check-ups, and more.
In this role, you can expect to work in practice settings such as a private office setting or within a group of other Family Practice physicians.
Although medical school is a long process, some physicians choose to pursue CME, or continuing medical education to increase their expertise in their field. CME resources can include podcasts, videos, live and virtual conferences, webinars, and live and virtual courses. You will find that there are both specialty-specific and state-specific resources available for CME. Some more general organizations that offer these resources for Rheumatologists include Mayo Clinic, myCME, Healio, and Johns Hopkins Division of Rheumatology. A specialty-specific organization that offers CME for Rheumatology is the American College of Rheumatology.
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