16 Statistics on Cardiologist Pay by Demographic Classification

Cardiologist compensation differs among population areas, as those who work in large metropolitan areas sometimes receive lower salaries, according to the Medical Group Management Association's "Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data."

Here are the average annual compensation figures for cardiologists in 2010 based on the metropolitan size of where they practice:

Cardiology: Electrophysiology
Nonmetropolitan (Less than 50,000 people):  $489,984
Metropolitan (50,000 to 250,000 people):  $560,601
Metropolitan (250,001 to 1 million people):  $580,469
Large metropolitan (More than 1 million people):  $497,742

Cardiology: Invasive
Nonmetropolitan (Less than 50,000 people):  $501,177
Metropolitan (50,000 to 250,000 people):  $500,755
Metropolitan (250,001 to 1 million people):  $452,431
Large metropolitan (More than 1 million people):  $413,101

Cardiology: Invasive-Interventional

Nonmetropolitan (Less than 50,000 people):  $590,176
Metropolitan (50,000 to 250,000 people):  $584,601
Metropolitan (250,001 to 1 million people):  $475,530
Large metropolitan (More than 1 million people):  $487,766

Cardiology: Noninvasive
Nonmetropolitan (Less than 50,000 people):  $360,717
Metropolitan (50,000 to 250,000 people):  $436,866
Metropolitan (250,001 to 1 million people):  $459,070
Large metropolitan (More than 1 million people):  $364,310

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