Urologist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Urologist 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 much does a Urologist earn?

Because an urologist also performs surgery, the average yearly urologist salary can be very lucrative. Medscape's 2014 Compensation Report, urologist's salaries are third from the top among all physicians, with average earnings of $348,000 (for full-time work). As in previous Medscape reports, orthopaedic surgeons are the salary leaders, followed by cardiologists.

The highest urologist salaries are seen in the Northwest and North Central regions ($406,000 and $392,000, respectively). The lowest urologist salaries are in the Northeast ($320,000), where most of the lowest physician earners practice, and the second lowest-paid urologists are in the Mid-Atlantic region ($336,000).

Average yearly urologist salary based on number of years of work experience is:

$60,000 – $356,000 for one to four years
$112,751 – $204,470 for five to nine years
$96,846 – $453,018 for 10 -19 years
$100,101 – $499, 666 for 20 or more years

How do urologist salaries compare to similar careers?

Urologists earn 8% less than similar careers in Ohio. On average, they make less than cardiothoracic surgeons but more than radiologists.

Career Median Salary
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Hospitalist salary $212K
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Radiologist salary $212K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)