Interventional Radiologist Salary

Interventional radiologists employed in the United States generally report earning salaries in the range from $180,000 to $456,069 a year including bonuses based on the salary information provided by Payscale.

The basic annual salary for interventional radiologists is typically in the range from $175,000 to $441,990 a year and the yearly bonuses can amount to up to $51,521 according to Payscale’s salary data.



Professionals with the degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) usually report earning an annual pay in the range from $305,209 to $423,697.

Interventional radiologists with a certification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from the American Board of Radiology (ABR) get $12,000 a year in bonuses according to Payscale’s data.

Radiologists generally earn around $354,000 a year according to the salary figures reported by ValueMD.com, with the top salaries reaching $911,000 a year.

Average salary

The average salary for interventional radiologists employed in the United States is $200,000 a year according to the salary data provided by Indeed, $312,576 a year according to Payscale, $478,000 a year according to the American Medical Group Association (AMGA), $469,000 a year after six years of practice according to the recruitment agency Profiles, and $513,000 a year according to the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).

The average salary for interventional radiologists depends on geographical location and can vary considerably from region to region. Based on AMGA’s salary survey, interventional radiologists based in the north earn $511,485 a year on average and those employed in the southern U.S. are paid $478,000 a year on average. Professionals based in the west earn an average annual salary of $464,542 and those working in the east make $407,184 a year on average.

Salary range



Interventional radiologists’ annual pay can vary depending on a number of factors, including work experience. Based on the salary data provided by Payscale, interventional radiologists with 1 to 4 years of experience typically make between $226,006 and $309,675 a year, those with 5 to 9 years of experience are generally paid between $175,000 and $412,121 annually, and professionals with 10 to 19 years of work experience under their belt usually report earning an income in the range from $254,341 to $417,881 a year.

Interventional radiologists employed at general hospitals typically earn salaries in the range from $305,209 to $438,357 a year according to Payscale. Professionals working in the health care industry are generally paid between $154,563 and $436,311 a year. Those who have 401(k) plans included in their benefits package are generally paid an income in the range from $302,298 to $441,722 a year based on Payscale’s salary data.

Interventional radiologists’ salaries can also vary depending on the type of employer. Based on Payscale’s salary statistics, professionals employed by private practices and firms generally make between $200,000 and $349,996 annually and those working at hospitals report earning an annual pay in the range from $250,000 to $436,761.

Starting salary

The average starting salary for diagnostic interventional radiologists in their first year on the job is $335,000 a year according to the salary data reported by the recruitment firm Profiles and $435,000 a year according to the American Medical Group Association (AMGA). Radiologists earn $201,000 a year on average in their first two years of practice according to ValueMD.com.

Salary by state

Interventional radiologists’ salaries can vary significantly from state to state. Physicians working in Alaska are paid $157,000 a year on average, those employed in Massachusetts earn around $237,000 a year, and doctors based in Montana earn an average annual salary of $189,000 a year.


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Interventional radiology doctors employed in California make $217,000 a year on average, those based in New York are paid $243,000 a year on average, and physicians working in Texas earn a median annual pay of $194,000 based on the salary figures reported by Indeed.

Interventional radiologists employed in Illinois make $221,000 a year on average, those working in Michigan earn around $202,000 annually, and professionals based in New Mexico earn an average yearly income of $178,000. Physicians based in Florida are paid around $189,000 a year, those employed in Nevada earn $166,000 a year on average, and doctors working in New Hampshire are paid an average annual wage of $197,000 according to Indeed’s salary data.

Salary by city

Interventional radiology specialists’ annual salary also varies from city to city. Physicians employed in Washington earn an average yearly income of $238,000, those based in New York are paid $259,000 a year on average, and radiologists working in Los Angeles make $205,000 a year on average according to the data reported by Indeed.

Interventional radiologists employed in Boston make about $239,000 annually, those working in Chicago are paid around $226,000 a year, and professionals based in Indianapolis earn a median annual salary of $165,000. Radiologists working in Seattle are paid $205,000 a year on average, those employed in Detroit typically make around $199,000 annually, and physicians based in Miami and Denver earn an average annual salary of $183,000 according to Indeed.

Benefits

Interventional radiologists typically get a variety of benefits and perks along with their annual income and bonus earnings. The most popular benefits among these professionals, as reported by Payscale, are 401(k) and 403(b) plans, company pension plans, 401(a) plans, and reimbursement for professional education, training, tuition, and certification.

Other income factors

Interventional radiologists usually get yearly bonuses along with their basic annual pay, and these can also vary depending on a wide range of factors, including professional experience. Based on the salary information reported by Payscale, interventional radiologists with 1 to 4 years of experience typically get about $5,000 a year and those with 5 to 9 years are paid $10,000 a year on average in bonus money. Physicians with 10 to 19 years of experience report getting $1,000 a year on average and those with 20 or more years of experience are paid $55,000 a year on average in bonuses.

The average annual bonus earnings can vary considerably from state to state. For example, interventional radiologists employed in California earn $5,000 a year on average, those based in Florida are paid $15,000 a year on average and radiologists working in Nebraska get about $7,500 a year in bonuses according to Payscale’s salary figures.

Bonuses can also vary depending on industry. Interventional radiologists working in the health care sector typically get about $15,000 a year and those working in the radiology sector are paid $9,826 a year on average in bonus money.

In terms of employer type, interventional radiologists working for private practices and firms are paid around $3,000 a year, those employed by companies get $5,000 a year on average, and doctors working at hospitals earn $40,000 a year on average in bonuses based on Payscale’s salary statistics. Professionals working at physicians’ offices and private practices earn around $5,500 a year and those employed at general hospitals get $10,000 a year on average.