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Physician and Surgeon Average Salaries

All 50 states are included.

The average salary for physicians and surgeons across the country is $211,390, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics data collected in May 2017.

Here is the average annual salary for physicians and surgeons by state, ranked from highest to lowest. This list excludes salary data from anesthesiologists, family and general practitioners, internists, obstetricians and gynecologists as well as pediatricians.

1. New Hampshire: $275,050
2. South Dakota: $258,280
3. Alaska: $256,630
4. North Dakota: $255,840
5. Hawaii: $255,410
6. Colorado: $253,000
7. Tennessee: $252,360
8. Montana: $250,150
9. Wisconsin: $249.490
10. Wyoming: $248,480
11. Minnesota: $248,110
12. Alabama: $247,610
13. Maine: $247,470
14. New Mexico: $245,740
15. Nevada: $245,570
16. West Virginia: $239,630
17. Arizona: $239,190
18. Georgia: $238,970
19. Indiana: $238,650
20. Iowa: $237,330
21. Washington: $234,030
22. Idaho: $230,330
23. Kentucky: $230,730
24. Utah: $230,120
25. Florida: $227,230
26. Missouri: $224,880
27. Virginia: $224,690
28. Rhode Island: $222,980
29. North Carolina: $220,420
30. Delaware: $219,580
31. Connecticut: $217,660
32. California: $214,730
33. Ohio: $214,440
34. Texas: $212,840
35. Louisiana: $209,860
36. New Jersey: $207,340
37. Oregon: $206,140
38. South Carolina: $201,910
39. Vermont: $201,210
40. Massachusetts: $199,760
41. Kansas: $199,630
42. Oklahoma: $197,060
43. Maryland: $193,670
44. Illinois: $191,440
45. Pennsylvania: $187,170
46. Mississippi: $185,700
47. Michigan: $183,760
48. Arkansas: $180,350
49. New York: $179,040
50. Nebraska: $167,230

Of note, the residents and fellows who are represented by the HOA are among the highest paid in the Midwest.