Colonoscopy physician fees for 30 largest cities — Milwaukee No. 1 at $882

Of the 30 largest cities in the U.S., physicians in Milwaukee receive the highest average physician fee for colonoscopy screening, according to Healthcare Bluebook.

Here are the average physician fees for the top 30 largest cities, according to the 2010 U.S. Census, arranged from highest to lowest.

1. Milwaukee: $882
2. Charlotte, N.C.: $600
3. Indianapolis: $600
4. Boston: $599
5. Dallas: $593
6. Fort Worth, Texas: $593
7. Houston: $577
8. Austin, Texas: $565
9. Denver: $563
10. New York City: $560
11. Seattle: $535
12. Memphis, Tenn.: $490
13. Jacksonville, Fla.: $483
14. Nashville, Tenn.: $455
15. Columbus, Ohio: $431
16. San Jose, Calif.: $429
17. San Francisco: $429
18. El Paso, Texas: $427
19. Baltimore: $422
20. Portland, Ore.: $417
21. Louisville, Ky.: $401
22. Los Angeles: $374
23. San Diego: $374
24. Chicago: $365
25. Detroit: $344
26: Washington, D.C.: $336
27. San Antonio: $330
28. Philadelphia: $319
29. Las Vegas: $305
30. Phoenix: $297

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