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2014 National Emergency Medicine Salary Survey: Clinical Results
Product code :707611
930 physicians participated in this year’s clinical survey, responding from fifty states and the District of Columbia. The data contained in this report is reflective of compensation and benefits received by the participating Emergency Physicians in 2013.
This 32-page PDF report is divided into 4 sections as follows:
Section One: Overall Base and Total Compensation for Staff physicians and Department Directors (reported by employment status-partner, employee, and independent contractor). All base and total compensation in this section is reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th and 90th percentile.
Section Two: Individual Physician Information (training, board certification, years in practice, title, annual hours worked, etc)
Section Three: Hospital and Emergency Department Information (residency requirements, location, beds, trauma designation, annual ED volume, etc)
Section Four: Detailed Salary and Benefit Information (including moonlighting, malpractice insurance, retirement plans, PTO time, CME, co-payments, etc).
The report is in PDF Format.