Family practitioner earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Family practitioner salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $227,730
Alabama $204,560
Arkansas $228,620
Arizona $196,640
California $195,060
Colorado $220,960
Connecticut $195,570
District of Columbia $157,740
Delaware $196,080
Florida $216,020
Georgia $179,630
Guam $181,400
Hawaii $231,750
Iowa $246,670
Idaho $234,810
Illinois $205,640
Indiana $196,750
Kansas $203,270
Kentucky $199,840
Louisiana $200,290
Massachusetts $200,740
Maryland $190,500
Maine $188,270
Michigan $194,930
Minnesota $201,730
Missouri $188,200
Mississippi $227,390
Montana $201,770
North Carolina $204,930
North Dakota $203,660
Nebraska $237,320
New Hampshire $264,470
New Jersey $201,670
New Mexico $165,060
Nevada $195,290
New York $178,260
Ohio $188,520
Oklahoma $225,140
Oregon $205,880
Pennsylvania $194,210
Puerto Rico $75,990
Rhode Island $158,030
South Carolina $235,790
South Dakota $199,380
Tennessee $199,390
Texas $204,450
Utah $185,200
Virginia $182,220
Vermont $201,250
Washington $226,600
Wisconsin $249,110
West Virginia $196,350
Wyoming $222,750

How do family practitioner salaries compare to similar careers?

Family practitioners earn 11% more than similar careers in Ohio. On average, they make less than ophthalmologists but more than chiropractors.

Career Median Salary
Ophthalmologist salary $212K
Neurologist salary $212K
Dermatologist salary $212K
Dentist salary $188K
Psychiatrist salary $191K
Family practitioner salary $189K
Pediatrician salary $152K
Podiatrist salary $139K
Veterinarian salary $95K
Chiropractor salary $77K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)