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The Medicus Firm has 42 physician jobs in Gastroenterology with salaries ranging from $450,000 to $1,500,000

Gastroenterology $1M+ EARNING POTENTIAL!
Ref# GI 21780

Partnership Track Gastroenterology$1,000,000+ EARNING POTENTIALPosition Highlights Partnership Track4.5-day work week, Mon-Fri (open to a 4-day work week)Extremely light call$600K guara » Read More

Omaha, Nebraska

750k+ Southeast GI Position $100k Sign on
Ref# GI 6424

Compensation:$750k+ Potential Earnings$100,000 Sign-on BonuswRVU (Work Relative Value Units) & Bonus potentialBenefits:35 Days of Paid Time Off (PTO)$10,000 Relocation AssistanceLoc » Read More

Louisville, Kentucky

Gastroenterology - Fort Wayne, Indiana
Ref# GI 21507

Physician Opportunity: General & Advanced GIs Needed Advanced GI Providers Currently Earn MGMA 90th%tile Opportunity Highlights:Employed Advanced & General GI openings within » Read More

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Georgia - General GI - Top MGMA Earning Potential - No Call!
Ref# GI 23151

Georgia GastroenterologyTop MGMA Earning Potential!20+ Year-Established Practice with NO Market Competition!General GI- choose a 4 or 5-day workweekNo call or weekends!Recently renovate » Read More


Ohio Gastroenterology - $628,690 Base Salary
Ref# GI 23188

Southern Ohio | $100,000 Signing Bonus | Hospital-Employed | Full-Time | Above 90th %tile MGMA Earning Potential | 4.5-Day Work Week | 29 Days PTOAbout the PositionHospital-employed opp » Read More


Gastroenterology - Durango, CO
Ref# GI 22316

Outpatient GastroenterologyBeautiful SW ColoradoPractice HighlightsChoice of 3 or 4-day work week!100% outpatient setting (optional call for extra $)Exclusive access to two GI procedure » Read More

Durango, Colorado

Employed GI - Georgia
Ref# GI 23289

Job Description: Gastroenterology PhysicianLocation: Columbus, GeorgiaPosition Type: Full-Time/Permanent/EmployedOpportunity Highlights:This is an exciting opportunity for an experience » Read More

Columbus, Georgia

Florida Metro GI - $1MM - No Call
Ref# GI 22878

FL Metro - $1MM - No Call and ASC PartnershipPractice HighlightsThriving general GI practice serving the community for 20 yrs Immediate ramp up - new patients currently on a 4-month wai » Read More

Tallahassee, Florida

Gastroenterology - NC
Ref# GI 12197

Gastroenterology North Carolina - very near Raleigh Private Practice: Extreme autonomy in practice structureWork/Life Balance: optional call for additional earnings36-year-old establish » Read More

Goldsboro, North Carolina

Advanced or General Gastroenterology
Ref# GI 6414

Advanced and General GastroenterologySoutheast Coastal Region - High MGMA Base SalaryGastroenterology Nationally Recognized DirectorHospital Employed: Advanced GIGreat PTO and BenefitsN » Read More

Thomasville, Georgia

Gastroenterology Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The average salary for a Gastroenterologist is $229,004, or around $110 per hour. The expected job growth rate for Gastroenterology is 7% by the year 2030. The states with the highest salaries for Gastroenterologists are Washington, South Dakota, Montana, North Dakota, and Alaska. In Washington, the average salary of a Gastroenterologist is $223,070, while in Alaska, the average salary is $250,881.

Some benefits of working as a Gastroenterologist include financial compensation, a variety of specialties to choose from, building rapport with your patients, and being in a high-demand field.

As a Gastroenterologist, some skills you should possess are as follows: communication, compassion, detail-oriented, physical stamina, and problem-solving skills. Depending on your practice setting of choice, you may have the luxury of having a more predictable schedule.

Job Duties
During your time in Gastroenterology, you can expect to perform the following job duties: analyze patient historical data, perform endoscopic procedures to inspect internal organs and perform surgery when necessary, and diagnose and treat diseases of the GI tract.

Work Environment
You may find yourself working in private practice, in an outpatient or inpatient facility, or in a hospital.

As a physician, there’s a lot of information you need to know. Some physicians choose to partake in CME, or continuing medical education, after they finish their education requirements. This can be done years into practicing medicine, or it can be done very soon after finishing medical school and beginning to practice. Either way, there’s a multitude of resources that you can utilize to increase your expertise. You will find that there are both state-specific and specialty-specific resources for CME. Mayo Clinic and the American College of Gastroenterology are a couple of organizations that offer CME resources. These resources can include videos, podcasts, conferences (both live and virtual), webinars, and courses (both live and virtual).