The average salary for a Hematologist is $152,500 per year.

$71,490 - $326,351
MEDIAN: $152,500

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$71,490 - $326,351  
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$37,440 - $323,808  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 28 Oct 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 12

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Job Description for Hematologist

Hematologists are healthcare scientists concerned with blood. Specifically, they are in the profession of studying, identifying, diagnosing, and treating blood-related diseases and illnesses. The study of hematology covers a wide range of disciplines, including understanding the components of blood, blood cells, blood proteins, hemoglobin, and coagulation. Hematologists also must have studied oncology.


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Medical: 83%
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Dental: 50%
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