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  1. slluurrrrpppp

    slluurrrrpppp Junior Member

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    i am an fmg , who will be landing in the us ina year or so . could anyone tell me how much an average resident make ?
    does it vary with : branch , university , year of residency ?
    what does he make during his fellowship ?


    i am really looking forward to a reply , any kind of reply .
    btw , i have here a list of the average annual incomes in some branches . i think these are after the residency is done .

    SPECIALTY Min Median Max
    Allergy/ Immunology $158,000 $255,000 $302,000
    Ambulatory $ 80,000 $115,000 $152,000
    Anesthesiology: General $172,000 $228,000 $412,000
    Anesthesiology: Pain Management $181,000 $225,000 $450,000
    Cardiology: Invasive $220,000 $292,000 $489,000
    Cardiology: Interventional $215,000 $225,000 $410,000
    Cardiology: Non-invasive $198,000 $220,000 $390,000
    Critical Care $109,000 $124,000 $160,000
    Dermatology $ 165,000 $203,000 $215,000
    Emergency Medicine $162,000 $197,000 $229,000
    Endocrinology $125,000 $157,000 $185,000
    FP (with OB) $122,000 $144,000 $175,000
    FP (w/o OB) $122,000 $135,000 $180,000
    Gastroenterology $195,000 $255,000 $325,000
    Homology/Oncology $201,348 $255,000 $275,000
    Oncology $175,000 $227,000 $270,000
    Infectious Disease $144,000 $155,000 $175,000
    Internal Medicine $132,000 $143,000 $188,000
    IM (Hospitalist) $135,000 $160,000 $190,000
    Neonatal Medicine $128,000 $179,000 $226,000
    Nephrology $170,000 $226,000 $304,000
    Neurology $142,000 $168,000 $225,000
    Obstetrics/Gynecology $150,000 $220,000 $435,000
    Gynecology $143,096 $185,000 $321,000
    Maternal/Fetal Medicine $190,000 $246,000 $272,000
    Occupational Medicine $122,000 $147,000 $154,000
    Ophthalmology $131,000 $211,000 $251,000
    Ophthalmology Retina $219,000 $360,000 $386,000
    Orthopedic Surgery $256,000 $289,000 $450,000
    Foot & Ankle $220,000 $282,000 $411,000
    Hand & Upper Extremities $258,000 $325,000 $370,000
    Hip & Joint Replacement $330,000 $391,000 $475,000
    Spine Surgery $327,000 $400,000 $785,000
    Sports Medicine $321,000 $322,000 $511,000
    Otolaryngology $174,000 $230,000 $346,000
    Pathology $149,000 $211,000 $280,000
    Pediatrics $122,000 $138,000 $154,000
    Pediatrics - Cardiology $145,000 $182,000 $227,000
    Pediatrics - Hematology/Oncology $132,000 $170,000 $231,000
    Pediatrics - Neurology $136,000 $189,000 $252,000
    Physiatry $160,000 $164,000 $233,000
    Podiatry $121,000 $128,000 $192,000
    Psychiatry $128,000 $138,000 $228,000
    Psychiatry Child $133,000 $145,000 $265,000
    Pulmonary Medicine $177,000 $198,000 $379,000
    Critical Care $120,000 $172,000 $225,000
    Radiation Oncology $221,000 $275,000 $357,000
    Radiology $220,000 $415,000 $810,000
    Rheumatology $114,000 $140,000 $189,000
    Surgery - General $211,000 $220,000 $320,000
    Surgery - Cardiovascular $446,396 $475,000 $511,326
    Surgery - Neurological $285,000 $371,000 $460,000
    Surgery - Plastic $237,811 $412,000 $820,000
    Surgery - Vascular $210,000 $315,000 $375,000
    Urology $161,000 $260,000 $318,000
     
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  3. Andrew_Doan

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    Average pay for residents is about $37,000 for PGY1. It increases about $1500-2000 each year there after.

    The salaries you posted are after residency. Wouldn't it be sweet if residents made that much? :)
     
  4. slluurrrrpppp

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    dear optho ,
    thanks fer the reply . i knew that the avg pay of a residentis around 37k per annum , what i actually wanted to know was the veriations , in other words , if and how it is possible to strech these 37ooo a lil bit . thanks anyway .
    - gurdesh .
     
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    There's very little variation. Some places adjust it to the cost of living, e.g. living in Boston and working as an intern, you may start at $45,000 to help off-set the cost of living.
     
  6. slluurrrrpppp

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    thanks optho .:)
     

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