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How much does a Physician - Emergency Room make in the United States? The average Physician - Emergency Room salary in the United States is $, as of September 27, , but the range typically falls between $, and $,. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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Physician - Emergency Room treats patients in emergency room to ensure proper injury care and disease diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Requests necessary tests and follow-up visits and refers patients to specialists, as necessary. Being a Physician - Emergency Room requires a MD degree from an accredited school. Requires a valid state license to practice. Additionally, Physician - Emergency Room may report to a medical director. Physician - Emergency Room's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. (Copyright Salary.com) View full job description

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These charts show the average base salary (core compensation), as well as the average total cash compensation for the job of Physician - Emergency Room in the United States. The base salary for Physician - Emergency Room ranges from $, to $, with the average base salary of $, The total cash compensation, which includes base, and annual incentives, can vary anywhere from $, to $, with the average total cash compensation of $,

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Emergency medicine physician salaries decreased by 1% on average in , according to Medscape’s EM Physician Compensation Report This is a change from past years, where salary increases were reported in , , and The emergency medicine salary decrease is largely due to COVID; 89% of emergency medicine physicians surveyed said the pandemic affected patient volume and their work hours.

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Emergency medicine physicians earned an annual average salary of $, in , down slightly from $, in This is in the middle of the pack compared to other physician specialties, with plastic surgeons being the highest-paid at $,, followed by orthopedists at $, and cardiologists at an average of $,

Chart showing EM physicians earnings

The lowest-paid specialties include pediatrics ($,), family medicine ($,), and public health and preventive medicine ($,). While public health and preventive medicine saw a 2% increase from to , family medicine salaries remained the same, and pediatrics saw a 5% decrease.

Emergency medicine doctors who earned an incentive bonus reported an average of $44, in , which falls on the lower end of the physician pay scale. Orthopedists earned the largest incentive bonus ($, on average), while psychiatrists earned the smallest ($24, on average).

Chart showing EM physicians' avg. incentive bonus

COVID’s effect on salary and hours in

About 22% of all physicians Medscape surveyed said they saw a reduction in hours due to COVID, and 15% did not receive their annual raise. Thirteen percent received no salary for a temporary period, about three months on average. However, 45% of physicians surveyed said their finances and practices were not negatively affected by the pandemic.

Of the 22% of physicians who saw a reduction in hours, 65% of specialists said their hours had been restored and 32% said pay had been restored. About 25% of emergency medicine physicians whose pay decreased during the pandemic said they expected it to return to pre-COVID levels within the next year, while 42% expected it would take two to three years; 24% predicted their compensation will never return to their pre-COVID income level.

Chart showing opinions of when EM physicians compensation will return to pre-COVID levels

Male EM physicians earned more than female EM physicians in

Male EM physicians earned about 19% more than their female counterparts in , an average of $, for men compared to $, for women.

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Income disparities are prevalent among all physician specialties, especially in those that are male dominated. Only about 26% of emergency medicine physicians are women, which is low compared to specialties like pediatrics (61%), OB/GYN and women’s health (59%), and diabetes and endocrinology (50%). Overall, fewer women work in the highest-paid specialties with just 9% in orthopedics, 11% in urology, and 14% in cardiology.

Self-employed physicians earn a higher salary

In , self-employed physicians earned an average annual salary of $,, about 17% more than employed physicians, who earned $, on average across all specialties.

Chart comparing employed to self-employed physician compensation

While Medscape notes that the percentage of self-employed physicians is continuing to decline, self-employment, including locum tenens work, often allows physicians to bring home a larger paycheck while working fewer hours.

Administrative burden for emergency medicine is below average

Many doctors also tout locum tenens because of the lighter administrative burden associated with temporary work. Overall, emergency medicine doctors reported spending an average of hours a week on paperwork and administration in This number is at the lower end of the scale compared to other specialties — infectious disease specialists averaged hours a week on paperwork, while those in preventive medicine spent nearly 21 hours a week on these tasks. On the lower end, anesthesiologists and ophthalmologists spent the least time on paperwork, about and hours weekly respectively.

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Emergency medicine compensation poised for growth

Despite the slight salary decrease and challenges due to the COVID pandemic, 62% of emergency medicine physicians surveyed say they feel fairly compensated, and 79% say they would choose the same specialty again.

Chart showing how fairly compensated physicians feel

Although the long-term impacts of the COVID pandemic are uncertain, one thing is clear — when the pandemic eases and patients feel safer returning to emergency rooms for care, emergency medicine physician compensation is poised to rebound and grow.

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How much does a Emergency Medicine Physician make in the United States? The average Emergency Medicine Physician salary in the United States is $, as of September 27, , but the range typically falls between $, and $,. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target. 

Take just three simple steps below to generate your own personalized salary report

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Understand the total compensation opportunity for an Emergency Medicine Physician, base salary plus other pay elements

Average Base Salary

Core compensation

 

 

 

Average Total Cash Compensation

Includes base and annual incentives

 

 

 

These charts show the average base salary (core compensation), as well as the average total cash compensation for the job of Emergency Medicine Physician in the United States. The base salary for Emergency Medicine Physician ranges from $, to $, with the average base salary of $, The total cash compensation, which includes base, and annual incentives, can vary anywhere from $, to $, with the average total cash compensation of $,

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– Emergency Physician Compensation Report

Emergency physician incomes in most areas of the United States continue to increase. In –, the national average was $ per hour. This year, the national average is $ per hour, a 36 percent increase over 10 years. At the same time, the average full-time hourly requirement is decreasing from 1, to 1, clinical hours a year. I found several employers offering full-time equivalent hours as low as 1, a year. Of course, the fewer hours worked, the lower the annual compensation.

Also tracking with huge gains are the number of employers open to hiring primary care board-certified (PC-BC) physicians for their emergency department openings. At 53 percent, it’s an increase of nearly 20 percent from last year. I believe the continuing supply-and-demand market in emergency medicine is driving these numbers. Employers in “geographically challenged” locations have no choice. As long as the 2, emergency medicine residency graduates continue to focus their job search on the same 15 locations, this issue will continue to grow. I also tracked the multistate large contract group penetration of the market. As of this year, 63 percent of jobs available in the specialty are with these large national contract groups (NCGs).

I want to thank all the groups, employers, and physicians who contributed to the research on this report. Getting real numbers is becoming more and more difficult, with fewer than 20 percent of job listings on all of the web job sites and classified ads providing any income information. Perhaps the competition in the job market has increased to a point where employers are afraid to be forthcoming. Recruiters, take note: From an impromptu survey I ran with physicians who were job searching this year, I discovered 83 percent are more likely to answer a job listing with compensation information than one without.

Trends for the – Recruiting Year

  • The $+ hourly rate is alive and well and growing nationwide.
  • Overall availability of jobs this year is down 18 percent nationally.
  • The highest concentrations of pediatric emergency physician jobs are in Florida and New Jersey.
  • The highest rate of income is $ per hour in New Mexico.
  • The lowest rate is $ per hour in New York City.
  • Sign-on bonuses are topping out at $,, with the average closer to $40,

The following figures are based on first-year incomes for 1, clinical hours a year, down 72 hours from last year’s norm of 1, This change has impacted the annual package numbers, which are based on the 1, clinical hours, plus basic benefits valued at $30, The hourly averages include defined bonuses and RVU comp where applicable but do not reflect any sign-on bonuses or relocation or loan assistance. Rankings are based on state hourly averages, not the sporadic highs and lows.

There is a tie for top regional income average, beginning with the usual leader, the Southeast, with an average salary of $ per hour/$, annually. NCGs are providing 80 percent of the jobs this season, and 56 percent of them are open to PC-BC physicians. The regional average is down 4 percent. There is a lot of activity in the Miami and Tampa areas.

Alabama: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 60% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 14%

Arkansas: $/hr., $, ann.; 87% PC-BC; 87% NCG; no significant highs; down 9%

Florida: $/hr., $, ann.; 12% PC-BC; 82% NCG; high of $/hr.; down 5%

Georgia: $/hr., $, ann.; 71% PC-BC; 90% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 11%

Louisiana: $/hr., $, ann.; 53% PC-BC; 50% NCG; no significant highs; up 9%

Mississippi: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 50% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

North Carolina: $/hr., $, ann.; 59% PC-BC; 74% NCG; no significant highs; down 5%

South Carolina: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 70% NCG; no significant highs; down 19%

Tennessee: $/hr., $, ann.; 71% PC-BC; 89% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Also averaging $ per hour/$, annually is the West/Southwest region, with 62 percent of jobs open to PC-BC physicians and 72 percent of jobs being offered by NCGs. The regional average is up 6 percent, with a lot of activity in Houston and Phoenix. As usual, Utah remains tight as a vault, with no job openings or income information to be found.

Arizona: $/hr., $, ann.; 12% PC-BC; 64% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 15%

California: $/hr., $, ann.; 73% PC-BC; 75% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 10%

Colorado: $/hr., $, ann.; 67% PC-BC; 83% NCG; no significant high; up 17%

Hawaii: $/hr., $, ann.; 33% PC-BC; 66% NCG; no significant high; up 12%

Nevada: $/hr., $, ann.; 75% PC-BC; 83% NCG; no significant high; down 11%

New Mexico: $/hr., $, ann.; % PC-BC; 60% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Oklahoma: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 70% NCG; no significant high; no change

Texas: $/hr., $, ann.; 88% PC-BC; 76% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Utah: No jobs open or information available

The Pacific Northwest averages are up 15 percent from last year at $ per hour/$, annually. Overall, 50 percent of the jobs open this year are available to PC-BC physicians, and 42 percent of them are with NCGs. There was no compensation information available for Alaska or Montana.

Alaska:No compensation information available;33% PC-BC; 33% NCG

Idaho: $/hr., $, ann.; % PC-BC; % NCG; no significant high; up 14%

Montana: No compensation information available

Oregon: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 50% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 14%

Washington: $/hr., $, ann.; 35% PC-BC; 29% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 21%

Wyoming: $/hr., $, ann.; 33% PC-BC; no NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

The 13 states of the Midwest average $ per hour/$, annually, with 60 percent of the jobs open to PC-BC physicians and 54 percent of the jobs offered by NCGs. The regional average is up 10 percent. North Dakota was unavailable, but look for some high activity in Chicago.

Illinois: $/hr., $, ann.; 36% PC-BC; 58% NCG; high of $/hr.; down 3%

Indiana: $/hr., $, ann.; 42% PC-BC; 75% NCG; high of $/hr.; down 7%

Iowa: $/hr., $, ann.; 43% PC-BC; 45% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 20%

Kansas: $/hr., $, ann.; 62% PC-BC; 77% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 16%

Kentucky: $/hr., $, ann.; 79% PC-BC; 92% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Michigan: $/hr., $, ann.; 70% PC-BC; 75% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 5%

Minnesota: $/hr., $, ann.; 66% PC-BC; 33% NCG; no significant high; no change

Missouri: $/hr., $, ann.; 63% PC-BC; 38% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 12%

Nebraska: $/hr., $, ann.; 66% PC-BC; 33% NCG; no significant high; up 15%

North Dakota: No jobs open or information available

Ohio: $/hr., $, ann.; 56% PC-BC; 82% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 9%

South Dakota: $/hr., $, ann.; % PC-BC; no NCG; $, sign-on; no comparison available

Wisconsin: $/hr., $, ann.; 41% PC-BC; 45% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 10%

The Mid-Atlantic states are up 10 percent, with a regional average of $ per hour/$, annually. The District of Columbia is silent this season, but both Philadelphia and Baltimore are active. Overall, 31 percent of jobs are open to PC-BC physicians, and 65 percent of the jobs are with NCGs.

Delaware: $/hr., $,; no PC-BC; 50% NCG; no significant high; no change

District of Columbia: No jobs open or information available

Maryland: $/hr., $, ann.; 9% PC-BC; 50% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 14%

New Jersey: $/hr., $, ann.; 19% PC-BC; 86% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Pennsylvania: $/hr., $, ann.; 27% PC-BC; 52% NCG; high of $/hr.; no change

Virginia: $/hr., $, ann.; 30% PC-BC; 69% NCG; no significant high; down 10%

West Virginia: $/hr., $, ann.; % PC-BC; 85% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 16%

Only 21 percent of jobs in the Northeast are open to PC-BC physicians, and the NCG penetration is only 32 percent. Regional averages are up 5 percent at $ per hour/$, annually. Both Boston and New York City show activity.

Connecticut: $/hr., $, ann.; 16% PC-BC; 28% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 10%

Maine: $/hr., $, ann.; 25% PC-BC; 20% NCG; no significant high; up 9%

Massachusetts: $/hr., $, ann.; 5% PC-BC; no NCG; high of $/hr.; up 12%

New Hampshire: $/hr., $, ann.; 21% PC-BC; 43% NCG; no significant high; no change

New York: $/hr., $, ann.; 29% PC-BC; 60% NCG; high of $/hr.; up 4%

Rhode Island: $/hr., $, ann.; 50% PC-BC; 75% NCG; no significant high; no change

Vermont: $/hr., $, ann.; no PC-BC; no NCG; no significant high; no change

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Salary emergency medicine physician

ACEP Now, your monthly membership magazine, publishes annual compensation and salary reports that analyze trends in EM physician salaries by state, region, setting and other variables. View the full reports to see how your compensation compares and to see current trends in the emergency medicine job market.

Survey of the Emergency Medicine Job Market

As the pandemic continues to affect the EM job market, employers were surveyed on the following topics: current workforce, hiring plans, compensation and market outlook. View report.

Compensation & Salary Report for Emergency Physicians

Emergency physician incomes in most areas of the United States are trending positively, especially when considering the overall growth during the past 10 years. Read the full report. 

Compensation & Salary Report for Emergency Physicians

The national average salary for emergency physicians increased again this past year, a full percent. Not a stunning number, but when you add it into the trend of the past 10 years, it reflects a percent increase for emergency physician salaries over the past 11 years. Read the full report. 

Compensation & Salary Report for Emergency Physicians

In the past 10 years, emergency physician salaries have increased 31 percent while the average clinical hours worked have gone down 12 percent. Currently, the national norm remains $ an hour. However, nothing about emergency physician compensation is normal due to the supply-and-demand market. The disparity of incomes from state to state and region to region is vast and constantly changing. Read the full report.

 

ACEP Now Compensation Report Archives

 

Additional Salary Resources

The following is a list of resources that the American College of Emergency Physicians is aware of specific to emergency physician income/salaries. The College does not endorse any of these surveys, and the statistical validity of each need to be carefully examined if you decide to use these data. 

 

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