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    Average Salary For an Internal Medicine Physician

    Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Internal Medicine Physician is $215,014 per year or $103 per hour. The highest paying Internal Medicine Physician jobs have a salary over $325,000 per year while the lowest paying Internal Medicine Physician jobs pay $142,000 per year

    Updated January 30, 2023
    Average Internal Medicine Physician Salary
    $215,014 yearly
    $103 hourly
    $142,000
    10%
    $215,014
    Median
    $325,000
    90%

    3 Common Career Paths For an Internal Medicine Physician

    Physician

    Physicians' general responsibility is to check, diagnose, and treat a patient's condition to improve their overall wellness. A physician could be General Practitioners or Specialist Physicians, wherein General Practitioners are physicians who provide regular checkups for patients depending on their needs and refer them to a Specialist Physicians who are more skilled in a particular field of expertise for a thorough diagnosis. Physicians monitor a patient's medical history and ensure follow-up checkups to observe if the condition of a patient is changing over time. A physician may refer a patient to other health professionals for further examination as needed.

    Medical Officer

    A Medical Officer delivers health and first-aid provisions for patients as well as prepares and maintains the paper and electronic health care records of clients. They ensure that all related equipment and supplies are suitably maintained at all times.

    Family Practice Physician

    Family practice physicians provide comprehensive medical care services to each family member. These services may include disease diagnosis and treatment, family planning, and immunizations. They typically have undergone specialty training on the various primary care disciplines, including preventive care, pediatric medicine, and OB care. They are responsible for diagnosing and treating illnesses and medical conditions, providing routine health screenings, and advising patients on lifestyle changes to prevent diseases. Family practice physicians supervise physician assistants, medical assistants, and nurses and coordinate with occupational and rehabilitation therapists on a patient's behalf.

    Illustrated Career Paths For an Internal Medicine Physician