6 Responses to “Emergency Physicians’ 2016–2017 Compensation Report Shows Lack of Standardization for Specialty”

  1. October 24, 2016

    John Reply

    In North Dakota, the average is higher than the high.

    • October 25, 2016

      Dawn Antoline-Wang Reply

      Thank you. The average and high were mistakenly transposed for North Dakota, and have been corrected above.

  2. November 22, 2016

    Rob V Reply

    is the gulf coast numbers right for florida? 150K with surrounding states having 500k for gulf coast?

  3. November 27, 2016

    John Silvarman Reply

    Garbage in, garbage out. Average salaries she quotes in my regional area are about $100K lower than quoted here. This just inflames those around me

  4. March 22, 2017

    Josh Y Reply

    I think there is a typo on the Florida states: “FLORIDA: Average: $220/hr., $385,000 annually; high of $300/hr., $150,000 annually on the Gulf Coast”. $150,000 on the Gulf Coast at the high end? This doesn’t make sense. On the 2015 report the number was reported as $500,000. What is the correct number for 2016?

    • March 27, 2017

      Dawn Antoline-Wang Reply

      Thank you for pointing this out. The correct high is $515,000. I have updated the article.

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