Health services manager earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Health services manager salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Arizona $99,900
North Carolina $99,630
Nebraska $99,040
South Dakota $99,040
Nevada $99,010
Vermont $98,830
Ohio $98,550
Minnesota $98,440
Georgia $98,320
Wyoming $98,230
Florida $97,930
Maine $97,930
Michigan $97,930
Missouri $97,930
South Carolina $97,930
Tennessee $97,930
Idaho $97,680
Louisiana $97,670
West Virginia $97,340
Kentucky $95,200
Indiana $94,520
Utah $94,520
Virgin Islands, U.S. $94,360
Kansas $94,310
Montana $92,700
Guam $85,220
Oklahoma $82,670
Iowa $79,980
Alabama $79,660
Mississippi $78,630
Arkansas $78,150
Puerto Rico $60,350
District of Columbia $133,640
New York $131,410
California $125,910
Washington $125,840
New Jersey $125,690
Massachusetts $125,340
Maryland $123,960
Hawaii $121,260
Rhode Island $119,750
Delaware $119,450
Oregon $119,140
Colorado $105,500
Connecticut $103,470
Virginia $102,960
Alaska $102,520
New Hampshire $102,510
Illinois $102,420
North Dakota $102,420
New Mexico $102,310
Texas $102,110
Pennsylvania $100,840
Wisconsin $100,730

How do health services manager salaries compare to similar careers?

Health services managers earn about the same as related careers in New Mexico. On average, they make less than biomedical engineers but more than bank managers.

Career Median Salary
Biomedical engineer salary $109K
Physician assistant salary $128K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $128K
Pharmacist salary $128K
Health services manager salary $102K
Nurse practitioner salary $121K
Advertising manager salary $127K
Financial manager salary $100K
Bank manager salary $100K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)