Internist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Internist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Pennsylvania $208,400
South Dakota $287,890
Wyoming $275,350
New Mexico $267,630
New Hampshire $265,930
North Carolina $260,860
Nevada $260,100
Nebraska $259,500
Wisconsin $251,480
Minnesota $251,310
Oregon $251,050
New Jersey $249,200
Massachusetts $246,240
Mississippi $240,050
Alabama $236,850
Connecticut $236,460
Maine $207,740
Missouri $230,620
Utah $229,850
Alaska $226,770
Virginia $224,700
South Carolina $223,900
Vermont $204,990
Washington $220,150
Colorado $202,210
Arkansas $220,010
Ohio $219,910
Arizona $217,820
Oklahoma $216,910
Hawaii $195,710
Iowa $211,250
Tennessee $207,180
California $200,190
Montana $201,550
Florida $203,050
Kansas $189,720
Indiana $202,360
Illinois $190,200
Rhode Island $180,470
Idaho $195,330
New York $185,620
Louisiana $186,740
Kentucky $182,540
North Dakota $202,350
Delaware $163,000
Maryland $131,150
District of Columbia $85,020
Texas $105,620
Georgia $63,990
Puerto Rico $67,400

How do internist salaries compare to similar careers?

Internists earn about the same as related careers in Alabama. On average, they make less than cardiothoracic surgeons but more than sports medicine physicians.

Career Median Salary
Cardiothoracic surgeon salary $279K
Surgeon salary $279K
Neurosurgeon salary $279K
Colorectal surgeon salary $279K
Orthopaedic surgeon salary $279K
Internist salary $237K
Pediatrician salary $221K
Family practitioner salary $205K
Hospitalist salary $164K
Sports medicine physician salary $164K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)