Hospitalist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Hospitalist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $244,220
Alabama $163,790
Arkansas $127,190
Arizona $229,090
California $204,190
Colorado $219,310
Connecticut $221,870
District of Columbia $167,090
Delaware $216,600
Florida $197,710
Georgia $235,060
Guam $221,130
Hawaii $228,470
Iowa $219,300
Idaho $241,670
Illinois $160,050
Indiana $237,470
Kansas $186,790
Kentucky $223,770
Louisiana $164,470
Massachusetts $207,990
Maryland $182,970
Maine $257,550
Michigan $173,480
Minnesota $245,040
Missouri $198,920
Mississippi $143,010
Montana $247,260
North Carolina $196,670
North Dakota $266,510
Nebraska $114,250
New Hampshire $275,840
New Jersey $208,820
New Mexico $229,100
Nevada $227,500
New York $139,710
Ohio $212,160
Oklahoma $114,570
Oregon $199,960
Pennsylvania $187,440
Puerto Rico $109,490
Rhode Island $197,950
South Carolina $170,280
South Dakota $227,710
Tennessee $231,960
Texas $195,630
Utah $218,210
Virginia $201,770
Virgin Islands $106,860
Vermont $151,020
Washington $239,080
Wisconsin $239,610
West Virginia $222,270
Wyoming $234,610

How do hospitalist salaries compare to similar careers?

Hospitalists earn 6% less than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than oral and maxillofacial surgeons but more than dermatologists.

Career Median Salary
Oral and maxillofacial surgeon salary $242K
Gynecologist salary $238K
Orthodontist salary $226K
Psychiatrist salary $220K
Family practitioner salary $201K
Hospitalist salary $201K
Immunologist salary $201K
Radiologist salary $201K
Sports medicine physician salary $201K
Dermatologist salary $201K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)