5500 wRVUs with 5 x 52 = 260 working days - (4 x 5 = 20 days off/year) = 5500 wRVUs/240 working days = ~23 wRVUs/day.
Let's assume that you are billing level 4 consults (99254) for each new consult. That probably isn't going to be true, but for a rough estimate I suppose it'll work. Each level 4 consult is 3.29 wRVUs, so that would mean you are going to need to see 7 new consults/day to meet that target. Assuming the average follow-up is billed as a 99232, that would make each new consult equivalent to ~2.5 follow-up consults. So, you would need to see a maximum of 7 new consults or a maximum of 18 follow-ups each day. I don't know about you, but that is 0% possible with anything approaching normal working hours. The time spent seeing patients would make that difficult much less the documentation, talking with primary teams, and simply walking from room to room.
For outpatient work, assume you are billing a level 4 follow-up (99214), which is 1.50 wRVUs, for your typical follow-up patient and a level 4 new patient (99204), which is 2.43 wRVUs, for your typical new patient. That would net ~9.5 new patients each day or ~15 follow-up patients each day to meet your wRVU goal. That seems slightly more reasonable to me than the consult productivity that you have to do to meet that target, but still, that's a busy day - each and every working day.
Either way, I agree - you're getting totally hosed at that salary.
Edit to add: You should also clarify if your productivity target is RVUs billed or RVUs collected. If it's the latter, there's probably no way you're going to meet that productivity target without a huge increase in the volume numbers than what's listed above.