18 Statistics on Gastroenterologist Compensation in 2012 vs. 2011

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The majority of gastroenterologists, 72 percent, reported income that remained the same or increased from 2011 to 2012, according to Medscape's Gastroenterologist Compensation Report: 2013, but how did compensation change across the country?

Here are 18 statistics on gastroenterologist compensation in 2012 and 2011 by geographic region, according to Medscape's 2013 report and Gastroenterologist Compensation Report: 2012 Results.

2012

•    West: $342,000
•    Northwest:$498,000
•    Southwest: $404,000
•    North Central: $375,000
•    South Central: $356,000
•    Great Lakes: $344,000
•    Southeast: $349,000
•    Northeast: $319,000
•    Mid-Atlantic: $311,000

2011

•    West: $293,000
•    Northwest: $372,000
•    Southwest: $311,000
•    North Central: $195,000
•    South Central: $300,000
•    Great Lakes: $306,000
•    Southeast: $329,000
•    Northeast: $306,000
•    Mid-Atlantic: $278,000

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