12 statistics on median primary care compensation by region

For primary care specialties, the west region saw the highest median compensation values by specialty, while the east region saw the lowest, according to a 2017 report distributed by the American Medical Group Association.

Here are the median primary care compensation values by region based on 2016 data:

North (N.D., S.D., Neb., Minn., Iowa, Wis., Ill., Ind., Mich., Ohio):

Family medicine: $240,234
Internal medicine: $256,612
Pediatrics and adolescent — general: $234,378

East (Maine, Vt., N.H., Conn., Del., Mass., N.J., N.Y., Pa., R.I., Md., W.Va., Va., N.C.):

Family medicine: $221,356
Internal medicine: $246,707
Pediatrics and adolescent — general: $240,389

South (Kan., Okla., Texas, Mo., Ark., La., Ky., Tenn., Miss., Ala., S.C., Ga., Fla.):

Family medicine: $247,176
Internal medicine: $256,537
Pediatrics and adolescent — general: $236,707

West (Wash., Ore., Calif., Alaska, Hawaii, Mont., Wyo., Colo., N.M., Idaho, Utah, Ariz., Nev.):

Family medicine: $255,992
Internal medicine: $277,876
Pediatrics and adolescent — general: $262,650

Read more on the survey here

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