- Salary: OB/GYNs earned an average of $243,000 in 2013, an increase of just 0.5 percent from 2012.
- Setting: Those employed by a healthcare organization earned the highest salary ($273,000), followed by OB/GYNs who work at either an office-based multispecialty ($271,000) or single-specialty ($255,000) group practice.
- Highest-paying regions: OB/GYNs earn the most in the Great Lakes region with an annual salary of $264,000, followed by the North Central region at $251,000. The Northeast region pays OB/GYNs the least ($234,000 annually).
- Patient visits: Forty-six percent of OB/GYNs saw 76 to 124 patients per week, while 17 percent reported seeing more than 125 patients per week.
- Time spent with patients: The majority of OB/GYNs (66 percent) spent 16 minutes or less with each patient.
What OB/GYNs Earn: The 2014 Salary ReportDecember 10th, 2014 2 Min read Blog
More than 33,000 OB/GYNs currently practice in the United States, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Though their salaries fall in the middle of the physician pay scale, only 42 percent of OB/GYNs report being satisfied with their compensation. Get the most current facts and figures on OB/GYN salaries in Medscape’s OB/GYN Compensation Report 2014 — and see highlights from it below: