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Physician Jobs in Otolaryngology

The Medicus Firm has 10 physician jobs in Otolaryngology with salaries ranging from $330,000 to $900,000

Private ENT - Michigan Lake Community
Ref# ENT 22726

Job Title: Otolaryngologist/ENT PhysicianJob Location: Northern MichiganJob Type: Private Practice, Employed, Full-TimeOverviewWe are currently seeking a skilled and dedicated Otolaryng » Read More


Permanent Otolaryngology (ENT) - Oregon
Ref# ENT 18753

ENT Opportunity in the Pacific NorthwestPosition HighlightsProgressive not-for-profit CAH and Level III Trauma Center offers a variety of healthcare services including Critical Care, OB » Read More

Hermiston, Oregon

Texas ENT - NO Call and Flexible Schedule!
Ref# ENT 22258

Texas General ENTNO Call!This is a unique opportunity to join the faculty at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso. The Department of Surgery is seeking a BE/BC Genera » Read More

El Paso, Texas

ENT - Durango, CO
Ref# ENT 22315

Beautiful Durango, Colorado- ENT OpportunityPrivate Practice + Ownership Option AvailablePosition HighlightsPrivate Practice + Physician-Owned Surgical Hospital4-day work week & cus » Read More

Durango, Colorado

Coastal Southeast ENT | $500k Package
Ref# ENT 22683

Otolaryngology/Facial Plastics$500,000 Financial PackageSavannah - St. Simon’s Island - JacksonvillePosition Highlights4 or 4.5-Day Work Week - No Nights or Weekends!$500k Financial Pac » Read More

Savannah, Georgia

South Georgia ENT - 1MM Potential
Ref# ENT 22661

Quality of Life OtolaryngologyWell-established and highly respected, Otolaryngology, Allergy, and Audiology practiceThe premier provider of clinical and surgical ENT services across Sou » Read More

Valdosta, Georgia

Texas ENT | 40 DAYS PTO!
Ref# ENT 21336

TEXAS ENT OPPORTUNITYTop Health System in TexasStep into a developed, respected ENT practice with great colleagues!Hospital Employed with salary set at national benchmark, bonuses, stip » Read More

Houston, Texas

Specialty ENT
Ref# ENT 21638

Specialty Otolaryngology (ENT)About the PositionJoin a multi-specialty group at a 4-star-rated hospital4.5-day work week Director Stipend for Allergy Clinic DirectorDocumented earnings » Read More

San Antonio, Texas

90%tile Income & 4 Day Week
Ref# ENT 16017

Due to family relocation, community need, and practice growth potential, the region’s premier multi-specialty group is recruiting another Otolaryngologist. Imagine an opportunity to hav » Read More

Hutchinson, Kansas

Houston ENT Partnership Track
Ref# ENT 7871

Sinus-Focused | ASC & Partnership track Houston-Join a premier private practice with partnership track with earning potential of $1M-Build on an established local brand in one of th » Read More

Houston, Texas

Otolaryngology Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The average salary for a physician practicing in the Otolaryngology field is $240,667, coming out to around $115 per hour. The expected growth rate for the Otolaryngology field is 7% by the year 2030. The highest-paying states for this field are Wisconsin, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and Alaska. The salaries range from $217,214, in Wisconsin, to $246,860, in Alaska.

The benefits of working in Otolaryngology include high job satisfaction, good work-life balance, being compensated at an above-average rate, more clinical time compared to other specialties, and being in an all-around good work environment.

In this role, you should be able to work on a team and have leadership abilities. It is also ideal that you have dexterity, physical stamina, and communication skills.

Job Duties
You can expect to perform duties such as treating conditions of the ears, oral cavity, larynx, nose, face, and neck. You will also be treating nosebleeds, adenoidectomies, and infected mastoids, and assisting patients with a limited or altered sense of smell.

Work Environment
As an Otolaryngologist, you may find yourself working in practice settings such as hospitals, medical centers, healthcare set-ups, or private practices, among other settings.

At some point, you may decide that you want to continue your medical education, otherwise referred to as CME. There are many ways you can do this – resources come in the forms of videos, live and virtual conferences, webinars, podcasts, and live and virtual courses. You will find that there are specialty-specific organizations that offer these courses. There are also websites dedicated to helping physicians in all specialties gain access to CME resources. These organizations and websites include myCME, the American Academy of Otolaryngology, Mayo Clinic, and the American Medical Association (AMA).

At The Medicus Firm, we want to help you be the best version of yourself there is. We want to help you further your journey toward your dream job, or maybe even move on to a new dream job. No matter the end goal, we’re here to help.