The Medicus Firm has 2 physician jobs in Nuclear Medicine in New Jersey with salaries ranging from $310,000 to $350,000
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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for a Nuclear Medicine physician is $197,371, which averages out to around $94 per hour. You should note, however, that your salary will vary based on your location, skill set, and years of experience. The states with the highest average salaries are as follows (in ascending order): North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington. The salaries in these states range from $216,923, in North Dakota, to $222,260, in Washington. The Nuclear Medicine profession is expected to grow by 7% by the year 2030.
Benefits of working in Nuclear Medicine include having steady employment, receiving above-average compensation, having the ability to work with many different medical fields, and knowing that you are making a real difference.
In this field, you should possess the following skills: analytical skills, compassion, attention to detail, physical stamina, and interpersonal skills.
As a Nuclear Medicine physician, you can expect to perform the following job duties: maintaining and operating equipment, explaining medical procedures to patients and answering their questions, prescribing medications to patients, monitoring the handling of hazardous materials and medical waste, evaluating treatment options, and advising medical personnel regarding healthcare issues.
Nuclear Medicine physicians may work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, laboratories, or imaging clinics.
While your journey to becoming a physician is lengthy, you may decide that you are interested in pursuing CME, or continuing medical education. There are Nuclear Medicine-specific organizations as well as directory-like websites that can guide you toward CME resources. These CME resources may include podcasts, live or virtual conferences, webinars, videos, or live or virtual courses. You can utilize the following organizations to locate CME resources: the American College of Radiology (ACR), Cardinal Health, CMEList, myCME, Digirad, BoardVitals, takeCE, and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC).
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