The estimated total pay for a Pediatrician is $255,999 per year in the United States area, with an average salary of $223,367 per year. These numbers represent the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated additional pay is $32,632 per year. Additional pay could include cash bonus, commission, tips, and profit sharing. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.
How accurate is this most likely Total Pay range (base + additional) of $192K-$358K/yr?
For a Pediatrician in United States
Below is the total pay for the top 10 highest paying companies for a Pediatrician in United States. Employers include Kaiser Permanente, Kidz Medical Services and Shah Associates.
For Pediatrician in United States
|2||Kidz Medical Services||$251,637|
|4||Delta Health Center||$245,601|
|5||SOUTHWEST GEORGIA HEALTH CARE||$243,306|
|6||Sunset Community Health Center||$243,224|
|8||First Choice Pediatrics||$241,910|
|9||Clinica Sierra Vista||$241,117|
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|Golden Valley Health Centers Pediatrician salaries - 44 salaries reported||$240,547/yr|
|University Pediatricians Pediatrician salaries - 35 salaries reported||$100/hr|
|Saltzman, Tanis, Pittell, Levin & Jacobson, P.A. Pediatrician salaries - 29 salaries reported||$221,042/yr|
|Mayo Clinic Pediatrician salaries - 27 salaries reported||$218,620/yr|
|PGOA Pediatrician salaries - 22 salaries reported||$176,653/yr|
|University Pediatrics Pediatrician salaries - 16 salaries reported||$198,488/yr|
|Kaiser Permanente Pediatrician salaries - 15 salaries reported||$255,695/yr|
|Sunset Community Health Center Pediatrician salaries - 14 salaries reported||$243,224/yr|
|Nemours Children's Health Pediatrician salaries - 14 salaries reported||$230,523/yr|
|First Choice Pediatrics Pediatrician salaries - 12 salaries reported||$241,910/yr|
|Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics Pediatrician salaries - 12 salaries reported||$214,446/yr|
|Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Pediatrician salaries - 11 salaries reported||$216,458/yr|
|Hospital Sisters Health System Pediatrician salaries - 10 salaries reported||$217,847/yr|
|The Guthrie Clinic Pediatrician salaries - 10 salaries reported||$228,979/yr|
|Marshfield Clinic Pediatrician salaries - 10 salaries reported||$235,390/yr|
|Midwest Neoped Associates Pediatrician salaries - 9 salaries reported||$235,246/yr|
|Legacy Community Health Services Pediatrician salaries - 9 salaries reported||$218,827/yr|
|MedStar Health Pediatrician salaries - 9 salaries reported||$209,661/yr|
|Indiana Health Centers Pediatrician salaries - 9 salaries reported||$212,508/yr|
|Children's National Hospital Pediatrician salaries - 8 salaries reported||$217,828/yr|
For a Pediatrician in United States
The top 5 paying industries for a Pediatrician in United States are Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology with a median total pay of $237,321, Nonprofit & NGO with a median total pay of $226,598, Healthcare with a median total pay of $218,849, Government & Public Administration with a median total pay of $206,370, and Education with a median total pay of $200,053.
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The average salary for a Pediatrician is $255,999 per year in United States. Salaries estimates are based on 1876 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Pediatrician employees in United States.
The highest salary for a Pediatrician in United States is $358,399 per year.
The lowest salary for a Pediatrician in United States is $191,999 per year.
If you are thinking of becoming a Pediatrician or planning the next step in your career, find details about the role, the career path and salary trajectory of a Pediatrician.
Pediatricians are among the most highly paid professionals. This salary reflects the field’s high educational barriers to entry and in-demand work. Pediatricians work full time, and often face irregular, holiday and overnight hours. While on duty, they may travel in between their primary care offices and an affiliated hospital. Some pediatricians work in group settings to coordinate patient care, which reduces independence but improves flexibility. Pediatricians trained by the top-ranking schools and those employed by the wealthiest hospitals often earn the highest pay.
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According to anonymous Glassdoor users, roughly 66% of respondents are satisfied with their pediatrician salary. Training for two to six years in a subspecialty can increase the likelihood of earning a good salary as a pediatrician, and many roles may offer the potential for around $32,633.76 in additional pay.
How much you can earn as a pediatrician depends on where you live, your specialty, and your seniority, but most pediatricians make between $148,475.83 and $468,466.86. The average pediatrician's total pay is around $255,992.82, including bonuses and other perks.
Your earning potential will increase with experience. Therefore, researching the typical pediatrician career path can help you determine a fair salary expectation based on seniority.
If you're unsatisfied with your salary as a pediatrician or you long for more financial freedom, training in an in-demand subspecialty can help. Desirable specialties can vary by area and organization. However, there's generally a high demand for pediatric cardiologists, endocrinologists, and critical care specialists. Emergency care specialists may also earn more than general pediatricians and those in less sought-after subspecialties.
Board certification through the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) is a mandatory requirement for certain organizations and providers. Therefore, achieving your ABP certification can open up broader job opportunities, which could include higher-paid roles.
If you've just received a less-than-stellar pediatrician job offer or you're unhappy with your current pediatrician salary, you may be able to negotiate. Firstly, it's worth finding out what pediatricians in the same specialty usually earn where you live. Average salaries vary widely by state and area, and knowing what you're worth can help you negotiate confidently.
If your employer can't offer you the salary you were hoping for, consider whether certain benefits or bonuses would make the job offer worth accepting. For example, you could request student loan repayments or extra paid vacation to make your contract more valuable.