The Medicus Firm has 3 physician jobs in Infectious Disease
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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for an Infectious Disease specialist is $217,455, which comes out to around $105 per hour. Your salary will vary based on your location, skill set, and years of experience. With that being said, the states with the highest average salaries are as follows (in ascending order): North Dakota, Virginia, Massachusetts, New York, and California. The average salaries in these states range from $240,862, in North Dakota, to $261,799, in Massachusetts. The Infectious Disease specialty is expected to grow by approximately 30% by the year 2030.
Some benefits of working in this role include (but are not limited to) having a variety of career options, working in a highly-respected position, being able to choose an area that allows you to build relationships with patients, receiving above-average compensation, and working with many other specialists.
The skills you should possess when working in Infectious Disease are as follows: leadership, communication skills, collaborative skills, and critical thinking skills.
Infectious Disease specialists are responsible for completing job duties such as reviewing patients’ medical records, conducting physical exams, ordering additional testing, determining the extent of an illness, and creating treatment plans based on diagnoses.
As an Infectious Disease specialist, you may work in a clinic or a hospital.
While your journey to working as a healthcare professional in Infectious Disease may be long and overwhelming, you may still decide that you wish to pursue CME, or continuing medical education. There are specialty-focused organizations as well as directory-like websites that can guide you toward CME resources. These resources may include things such as podcasts, live or virtual conferences, webinars, videos, and live or virtual sources. Some places you can find these resources include: Harvard, the American Medical Association (AMA), CMEList, myCME, the American Academy of FamilyPractice (AAFP), AudioDigest, Mayo Clinic, InfectiousDiseaseAdvisor, and Healio.
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