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The Medicus Firm has 41 physician jobs in Gastroenterology with salaries ranging from $400,000 to $1,500,000

Midwest GI - $1.5MM Proven Earnings
Ref# GI 22601

Midwest General Gastroenterology Documented $1.5MM Earnings Practice Highlights Immediate ramp up - new patients currently on a 4-month wait $710K starting salary V » Read More

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Gastroenterology - Chicagoland
Ref# GI 22984

Employed GI | Full-Time | 45 Minutes to Downtown Chicago | Flexible Schedule Seeking a BC/BE Gastroenterology Physician to join our non-profit hospital system, currently undergoing » Read More

Chicagoland, Indiana

Pennsylvania GI | $600K Base
Ref# GI 23171

Gastroenterology Opportunity in Pennsylvania Flexible schedule: 7 on 7 off or Monday-Friday $600,000+ compensation w/2 yr guarantee, $100,000sign on bonus Benefits includ » Read More


Middle Tennessee GI | Uncapped RVU Production
Ref# GI 22573

Academic-Affiliated Gastroenterology Middle Tennessee Practice Highlights: Establish a Solo GI practice with the support and volume from Vanderbilt University Treme » Read More

Nashville, Tennessee

Ohio Gastroenterology - $698,544 Base Salary
Ref# GI 23188

$698,544 Guaranteed Salary, Hospital-Employed AND Student Loan Repay???.....YES Please!!   About the Position Hospital-employed opportunity.  Single practice location with » Read More


Gastroenterology | Regional Academic Health Center
Ref# GI 23390

Indiana Gastroenterology #1 Ranked City in the USA for Quality of Life Join a Large and Thriving Multi-Specialty Group with a Fast-Growing GI Division! Collaborative and s » Read More

Indianapolis, Indiana

General Gastroenterology
Ref# GI 21904

General Gastroenterology with Academic Affiliation   Practice Highlights: ·    Provide patient care with Oklahoma's only academic health system and outpatient clinic » Read More

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Gastroenterology - North Carolina - Coastal Access!
Ref# GI 23968

Gastroenterology Physician - North Carolina 1 hour from Raleigh & Greenville! Join One of the Top Health Systems in the Southeast General GI with option for subspe » Read More

Raleigh, North Carolina

Gastroenterologist: $650k Base plus Incentives
Ref# GI 23922

Employed Gastroenterology $750,000+ Earning Potential Practice Highlights: See an average of 20+ patients per day $650,000 Base Salary with RVU bonus productivity $ » Read More


Gastroenterology - Durango, CO
Ref# GI 22316

Outpatient Gastroenterology Beautiful SW Colorado Practice Highlights Choice of 3 or 4-day work week! 100% outpatient setting (optional call for extra $) Exclusive acc » Read More

Durango, Colorado

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).