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 about the same as related careers in Oregon. On average, they make less than psychiatrists but more than radiologists.

Career Median Salary
Psychiatrist salary $242K
Gynecologist salary $204K
Family practitioner salary $206K
Immunologist salary $200K
Urologist salary $200K
Sports medicine physician salary $200K
Radiologist salary $200K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)