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Physician Jobs in Orthopedic Surgery

The Medicus Firm has 20 physician jobs in Orthopedic Surgery with salaries ranging from $600,000 to $800,000

Texas Orthopedic Surgery - Major Metro
Ref# ORS 23136

Texas Major Metro - Orthopedic Surgery$825K Plus Annually - New FacilityEstablished Practice - Growing Texas CommunityStrong referral base from a broad range of specialtiesBrand new cli » Read More

San Antonio, Texas

Orthopedic Surgery - $975,115 base
Ref# ORS 23310

Kenai Peninsula, AK | Orthopedic Surgery | $975,115 Base | Hospital Employed | Full Benefits | Sign-On Bonus | Paid Relocation ExpensesOpportunity OverviewThis is an exceptional opportu » Read More

Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

Southeast Orthopedic Surgery
Ref# ORS 23176

Mississippi | Orthopedic Surgery | Flexible Schedule | Private Practice | Partnership Track | Quick Ramp-Up | Metro AccessAbout the PositionJoin an established private orthopedic group » Read More

Oxford, Mississippi

Orthopedic Surgery - Nashville Metro Area
Ref# ORS 22570

Position HighlightsSeeking a heavy general Orthopedic Surgery physician in Tennessee (fellowship-trained subspecialties also welcomed!)4.5-day work week: 2.5 days in clinic and 2 days i » Read More

Nashville, Tennessee

980k+ Southeast General Orthopedic Surgery
Ref# ORS 23139

Full-Time Orthopedic Surgery | Southeast | $980,000+ Earnings | Quality of Life Schedule | $100,000 Sign-On | 35 Days PTO | Access to Nashville and LouisvilleThe PositionWell-establishe » Read More

Louisville, Kentucky

Northeast Orthopedic Surgery | 4-Day Week Available
Ref# ORS 23126

Employed Orthopedic SurgeryLive in Vermont, New Hampshire, or Massachusetts!About the PositionJoin a continuously growing practice - can be busy from day oneGreat work-life balance, 4-d » Read More


Ref# ORS 21885

EMPLOYED GENERAL ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY – ILLINOIS Inviting applicants to join a well-established hospital that prides itself in providing healthcare in an atmosphere of compassion and exce » Read More

Peoria, Illinois

Orthopedic Trauma Surgery | Midwest
Ref# ORS 22558

Seeking a Orthopedic Trauma Surgery Physician for an exciting opportunity that includes a Partnership Track in one of the Fast Growing Cities in the Midwest!Join the Midwest's Large » Read More

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Total Joints Orthopedics | $900k+ Potential
Ref# ORS 22515

Permanent Orthopedic Surgery - Total JointsJoin the Midwest's Largest Multi-Specialty Group!$900,000+ Earning PotentialPosition HighlightsIndependent multi-specialty practice with o » Read More

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

General Orthopedic Surgery - Southeast
Ref# ORS 22664

Orthopedic Surgery PhysicianGreater Montgomery, AlabamaPosition HighlightsFull-time General Orthopedic Surgery position well-established hospital practiceSupportive medical community wh » Read More

Montgomery, Alabama

Orthopedic Surgery Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for an Orthopedic Surgeon is $377,472 per year, which comes out to around $181 per year. Your salary will vary based on your location, skillset, and years of experience. However, you can choose to move to one of the highest-paying states to pursue a job! The highest-paying states (in ascending order) are as follows: New Hampshire, Louisiana, North Dakota, Massachusetts, and Maine. The average salary in these states ranges between $256,380 and $267,693. The profession is expected to grow by 7% by the year 2030.

Some benefits of specializing in Orthopedic Surgery are as follows: receiving above-average compensation, the ability to choose to work with a specific age group, having the ability to continuously evolve in your career, having a wide variety of specializations to choose from, and working in an in-demand field.

As an Orthopedic Surgeon, you should have a good bedside manner, problem-solving skills, the ability to work on a team, dexterity, and communication skills.

Job Duties
You can expect to perform the following job duties while you are in your role as an Orthopedic Surgeon: examine, diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries to the musculoskeletal system, prescribe an individualized treatment plan to each patient, consult with patients and analyze data to determine patient needs and treatment goals, collaborate with other specialists when necessary to create a plan of action, and conduct research on defects, diseases, and disorders affecting the musculoskeletal system.

Work Environment
Orthopedic Surgeons may work in academic settings, hospital systems, medical groups, or private practices.

While the road to becoming a physician is long and can be tedious, some physicians choose to participate in CME, or continuing medical education. There are Orthopedics-focused CME resources, as well as websites dedicated to pointing physicians in the right direction for CME. Some CME resources you may find are as follows: podcasts, webinars, live or virtual conferences, videos, and live or virtual courses. You may find these resources in places such as CMEList, myCME, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), Mayo Clinic, BoardVitals, and Pri-Med.

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