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Updated February 9, 2022
Average Medical Office Manager Salary
$51,000 yearly
To create our salary estimates, Zippia starts with data published in publicly available sources such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Foreign Labor Certification Data Center (FLC) Show More
$24.86 hourly

Entry level Salary
$38,000 yearly
$38,000
10 %
$51,000
Median
$68,000
90 %
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What is a Medical Office Manager's Salary?

PercentileAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly Rate
90th Percentile$68,000$5,667$33
75th Percentile$59,000$4,917$28
Average$51,711$4,309$25
25th Percentile$44,000$3,667$21
10th Percentile$38,000$3,167$18

Average Medical Office Manager Salary By State

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Medical Office Manager average salary by State

StateAvg. SalaryHourly RateJob Count
Alabama$47,292$22.74694
Alaska$56,842$27.33126
Arizona$46,606$22.41565
Arkansas$44,665$21.47468
California$47,751$22.965,792
Colorado$45,933$22.08562
Connecticut$58,226$27.99385
Delaware$63,522$30.54222
District of Columbia$51,822$24.91296
Florida$46,996$22.592,311
Georgia$47,346$22.761,989
Hawaii$40,538$19.4971
Idaho$54,849$26.37386
Illinois$53,397$25.672,532
Indiana$53,606$25.77595
Iowa$52,098$25.05245
Kansas$48,166$23.16664
Kentucky$46,003$22.12741
Louisiana$48,213$23.18260
Maine$60,970$29.31145
Maryland$48,089$23.12640
Massachusetts$59,667$28.691,165
Michigan$51,433$24.73711
Minnesota$52,197$25.091,391
Mississippi$49,467$23.78321
Missouri$48,505$23.321,175
Montana$46,212$22.22105
Nebraska$56,479$27.15485
Nevada$51,765$24.89474
New Hampshire$59,024$28.38176
New Jersey$65,963$31.71861
New Mexico$46,127$22.18453
New York$66,711$32.071,722
North Carolina$47,835$23.00940
North Dakota$54,460$26.1882
Ohio$51,682$24.85849
Oklahoma$45,184$21.72232
Oregon$56,700$27.26424
Pennsylvania$52,274$25.131,239
Rhode Island$58,613$28.18117
South Carolina$53,236$25.59357
South Dakota$52,874$25.4266
Tennessee$47,807$22.98526
Texas$41,823$20.111,883
Utah$44,556$21.42273
Vermont$55,264$26.5761
Virginia$55,616$26.741,634
Washington$58,370$28.06700
West Virginia$59,173$28.45282
Wisconsin$56,075$26.96421
Wyoming$56,511$27.17143

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Highest Paying Cities For Medical Office Manager

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CityAvg. SalaryHourly Rate
New York, NY$66,518$31.98
Jersey City, NJ$66,486$31.96
Cambridge, MA$59,783$28.74
Arlington Heights, IL$53,843$25.89
Greenville, SC$53,314$25.63
Indianapolis, IN$53,185$25.57

How much does a Medical Office Manager make?

  • The average Medical Office Manager makes $51,711 in the United States.
  • The average hourly pay for a Medical Office Manager is $24.86.
  • The average entry-level Medical Office Manager salary is $38,000.
  • Highest paying states for Medical Office Manager are New York ($66,711), New Jersey ($65,963), Delaware ($66,711) and Maine ($66,711).
  • Highest paying cities for Medical Office Manager are New York, NY ($66,518), Jersey City, NJ, Cambridge, MA, Arlington Heights, IL and Greenville, SC.
  • Medical Office Managers on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $38,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $68,000.
  • The best-paid 25% made $59,000 that year, while the lowest-paid 25$ made $44,000
  • Industries with the highest Medical Office Manager salaries are Health Care, Media and Professional.

Average Medical Office Manager Salary Over Time

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

    Medical Office Manager Salary By Year

    YearAvg. SalaryHourly Rate% Change
    2022$51,700$24.86+3.2%
    2021$50,100$24.07+1.2%
    2020$49,500$23.78+1.4%
    2019$48,800$23.45+1.8%
    2018$47,900$23.02+2.1%

    Average JOB Salary by Field

    Medical Office Manager Salary
    A patient services manager is responsible for providing high-quality medical services for the patients, implementing standard protocols and strict regulations to ensure the safety and security of the medical facility. Patient services managers monitor the adequacy of medical tools and materials, as well as inspecting the conditional efficiency of equipment and machinery. They also assist other medical professionals in performing procedures and administering medications for the patients. A patient services manager handles the departmental budget, allocating enough resources to support medical operations and functions.
    Office Supervisor

    Avg. salary: $42,007

    An office supervisor is responsible for overseeing the progress of the workflow and workforce in an office or similar setting, ensuring everything is running smoothly. Aside from this, they must also carry out other tasks such as processing paperwork, preparing reports and presentations, managing schedules, responding to inquiries, and handling correspondence. There are also instances when a supervisor must evaluate staff and address any issues. Furthermore, as an office supervisor, it is also their responsibility to implement the policies and guidelines of the company.
    Office Lead

    Avg. salary: $74,976

    An office lead is responsible for performing complex administrative tasks, especially in front office operations, managing staff performance, and providing high-quality customer service by responding to visitors' inquiries and concerns and directing them to the appropriate department. These leads monitor daily business transactions, write business reports, and manage the information in the system database. They also schedule appointments, business travels, and company meetings and ensure that the plans meet the allocated budget and requirements of the management.
    Nurse Manager

    Avg. salary: $84,260

    The primary role of nurse managers is to supervise the nursing staff in a clinical or hospital setting. They are the ones who are in charge of patient care, setting work schedules, and making budgetary and management decisions. They are also responsible for making personnel decisions, coordinating meetings, and creating safe environments that promote patient engagement and aid the healthcare team's work. Their role is vital in promoting a culture in which team members contribute to professional growth and patient outcomes.
    Patient Care Manager

    Avg. salary: $69,042

    Patient care managers are executives who are in charge of supervising a clinical team. The managers take responsibility for directing patient care within an organization. Also called health care managers, they protect every patient's safety and health in a clinical setting. They interact with the healthcare team members to maintain open communication. It is also part of their duties to supervise the daily operations in the clinical care units. Managing clinical budgets and maintaining quality health services are also their responsibilities.
    Office And Operations Manager

    Avg. salary: $58,474

    Office and Operations managers are tenured or experienced employees with a strong office administration and business operations background. They oversee office operations and ensure that the administrative team is working well. They are in charge of enforcing office policies and drafting new ones should the need arise. They ensure that office supplies never run out and that the office remains clean at all times. Office and operations managers are also assigned to oversee business operations. They manage the needs of the operations team. They also ensure that the department is running well to avoid any problems related to production.
    Patient Services Manager

    Avg. salary: $72,559

    A patient services manager is responsible for providing high-quality medical services for the patients, implementing standard protocols and strict regulations to ensure the safety and security of the medical facility. Patient services managers monitor the adequacy of medical tools and materials, as well as inspecting the conditional efficiency of equipment and machinery. They also assist other medical professionals in performing procedures and administering medications for the patients. A patient services manager handles the departmental budget, allocating enough resources to support medical operations and functions.

    Average Salary By Related Field

    Job TitleAnnual SalaryMonthly SalaryHourly RateJob Openings
    Office Supervisor$42,008$3,501$20.2064,401
    Office Lead$74,977$6,248$36.0540,896
    Nurse Manager$84,260$7,022$40.51441,756
    Patient Care Manager$69,042$5,754$33.19136,560
    Office And Operations Manager$58,474$4,873$28.11279,452
    Patient Services Manager$72,559$6,047$34.88168,597
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    Medical Office Manager Salaries By Years Of Experience

    The salary for a Medical Office Manager can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.

    Which Companies Pay Medical Office Managers The Most?

    To earn a high income as a Medical Office Manager, working for Amgen or Gilead Sciences might be your best bet, as they are the highest paying companies in this field. In addition, companies like Biogen and Anthem report highly competitive wages for Medical Office Managers.

    Highest Paying Companies For Medical Office Managers

    RankCompanyZippia ScoreAverage Medical Office Manager SalaryAverage Salary
    1$108,428
    2$107,156
    3$76,325
    4$74,869
    5$72,963
    6$66,541

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    Recently Added Medical Office Manager Salaries

    CompanyJobLocationDate AddedSalary
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    Average Medical Office Manager Salary by Demographic

    Medical Office Manager Gender Pay Gap

    male-income
    Male Income
    $53,910
    female-income
    Female Income
    $50,855
    GenderIncome
    Male$53,910
    Female$50,855
    Median Medical Office Manager Income by Race
    Asian Medical Office Managers have the highest average salary compared to other ethnicities. Black or African American Medical Office Managers have the lowest average salary at $51,153.
    $55,000
    $44,000
    $33,000
    $22,000
    $11,000
    $0
    White
    Black or African American
    Asian
    Hispanic or Latino

    Medical Office Manager Income by Race

    EthnicitySalary
    White$52,721
    Black or African American$51,153
    Asian$54,771
    Hispanic or Latino$51,172
    Average Medical Office Manager Salary by Education Level
    Medical Office Managers with a Doctorate degree earn more than those without, at $63,772 annually. With a Masters degree, Medical Office Managers earn a median annual income of $55,925 compared to $50,855 for Medical Office Managers with an Bachelors degree.
    $65,000
    $52,000
    $39,000
    $26,000
    $13,000
    $0
    Master's Degree
    Bachelor's Degree
    Doctorate Degree
    Some College/ Associate Degree

    Medical Office Manager Salary by Education Level

    EducationSalary
    Master's Degree$55,925
    Bachelor's Degree$50,855
    Doctorate Degree$63,772
    Some College/ Associate Degree$47,505