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Anesthesiology Jobs in Anaheim, California

Anesthesiology jobs in Anaheim most often have as a requirement Anesthesiology board certification (or eligibility) and an active California license to practice medicine. Doing an Anesthesiology residency or fellowship in California is beneficial because it implies the physician is aware of CA BCBS and Medicaid procedures.

Anesthesiology salaries for the west region of the U.S., including Anaheim, CA, run around $355,224. In contrast the national average Anesthesiology salary is $366,640, meaning Anesthesiology jobs in Anaheim pay about 96.9% of the national average.

Given the unusual insurance and statutes of California, care should be taken to address topics like insurance premiums.

Moreover, the effect of the healthcare reform bill on patient loads for Anesthesiology practices is not yet obvious.

Major well-rated Anesthesiology employers in Anaheim, CA include:

ANAHEIM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1111 W LA PALMA AVENUE
ANAHEIM , CA 92801
7147741450
WEST ANAHEIM MEDICAL CENTER
3033 W ORANGE AVENUE
ANAHEIM , CA 92804
7148273000
KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITAL ANAHEIM
441 N LAKEVIEW AVENUE
ANAHEIM , CA 92807
7142794000

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