Radiologist Salary (United States)

The average salary for a Radiologist is $202,682 per year.
Radiologist Total Pay (?
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$99,159 - $392,571
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$0$140K$280K$420K
Salary
$99,159 - $392,571  
   
Bonus
$498.89 - $51,864  
Profit Sharing
$2,075 - $242,500  
Total Pay (?
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$99,578 - $417,078  
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Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 14 Feb 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 158
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Job Description for Radiologist
People have to spend many years studying and training in order to become a radiologist. Radiologists are doctors who work with imaging techniques to interpret tests. They assist in finding a medical diagnosis, and can also help treat the patient. Radiologists use several techniques, such as magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography, X-ray, ultrasounds, position emission tomography, and other imaging technology to capture what is going on inside the human body. The radiologist will then consult with the patient's physician and interpret and forecast treatment needs and outcomes. Radiologists can counsel patients on the risks and benefits of the imaging capture. Some radiologists can even treat patients with cardiovascular problems as well as other health issues. Radiologists start by spending a great deal of time looking at images and writing reports on their findings. They play a very important role in diagnosing many serious health problems. For example, with their many years of training, radiologists are able to diagnose tumors without performing surgery. This can save the patient a lot of stress. Radiologists can even have the comfort of reading X-rays in their own homes. They have to attend meetings as well as supervise their staff. Becoming a radiologist is a job that can put individuals under an intense amount of pressure due to the fact that they must be extremely accurate. Radiologists can interpret thousands of mammograms, X-rays, and MRIs every year. Radiologists must have several years of education and training. This can be a daunting task and an extremely rewarding one, as well.
Radiologist Tasks
  • Assist with medical diagnosis by interpreting and communicating imaging results.
  • Consult with physicians to interpret and forecast treatment needs and outcomes.
  • Perform and interpret x-rays, ultrasounds, or other imaging technology capture.
  • Counsel patients on risks and benefits of imaging capture.

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Gender
Female
26%
female alumni
 
Male
74%
male alumni
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
10%
1-4 years
44%
5-9 years
20%
10-19 years
16%
20 years or more
9%
Common Health Benefits
medical benefits Medical: 86% dental benefits Dental: 62%
vision benefits Vision: 53% employee benefits None: 14%
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