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2007 EM Compensation Data

Discussion in 'Emergency Medicine' started by The White Coat Investor, May 9, 2007.

  1. The White Coat Investor

    The White Coat Investor AKA ActiveDutyMD Physician Partner Organization 10+ Year Member

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    2007 EM Compensation Data

    ED Staff Physicians​
    Employee​
    10th % 25th % 50th % 75th % 90th %​
    Total Compensation ​
    $180,450 $200,000 $240,000 $280,000 $335,940

    Partner​
    10th % 25th % 50th % 75th % 90th %​

    Total Compensation ​
    $203,133 $234,500 $288,500 $350,500 $412,500

    Independent Contractor​
    10th % 25th % 50th % 75th % 90th %​

    Total Compensation $188,500 $230,000 $260,000 $300,000 $337,500

    I guess my measly $115K puts me at about 1%ile. Gotta love the military.
     
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  3. TheMightyAngus

    TheMightyAngus 5+ Year Member

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    Source?
     
  4. EctopicFetus

    EctopicFetus Keeping it funky enough 10+ Year Member

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    yes please let us know where this data comes from.
     
  5. SolidGold

    SolidGold Florida winters are the best! 10+ Year Member

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    It's from the:

    2007 Daniel Stern & Associates Emergency Medicine Salary Survey
     
  6. Northeaster

    Northeaster PGY-2 Maine Med 2+ Year Member

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    Seems way high to me.
     
  7. deuist

    deuist Stealthfully Sarcastic Physician Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    The military really needs to raise its rates. From what I hear, the physician pay scale has not been changed in over a decade.
     
  8. SolidGold

    SolidGold Florida winters are the best! 10+ Year Member

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    The numbers posted above are the total compensation, the base salaries are reported to be about 15-55k less. I don't think they are "way too high," but it's based on just 1078 respondents, 354 of which are ED directors, so it may be skewed towards the high end assuming ED directors make more money. I tried posting a copy of the survey results someone sent me, but it's too large to fit on SDN. I suppose I can email it to those interested if you PM me.
     
  9. edinOH

    edinOH Can I get a work excuse? 7+ Year Member

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    For what it's worth, I'm in my first year out in an independent multi-hospital group. We pay ourselves as "employees" of the group for tax purposes. The numbers to the far right are pretty accurate. A little low actually.
    The money is there in EM. There are good deals and better deals. Regardless you will do well in EM.
     
  10. DrQuinn

    DrQuinn My name is Neo Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    Agreed. THey might actually be a bit low.

    Q
     
  11. The White Coat Investor

    The White Coat Investor AKA ActiveDutyMD Physician Partner Organization 10+ Year Member

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    It has increased somewhat, but not nearly as quickly as the deployments. The funny thing about it is no one in the military wants to hear you whine about it since most military personnel are paid even less than the military doctors.
     
  12. deuist

    deuist Stealthfully Sarcastic Physician Lifetime Donor Classifieds Approved 10+ Year Member

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    boo freaking hoo. Most of the world's population is paid less than doctors. That doesn't mean that physicians should get the shaft in the military.
     

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