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Family Medicine Jobs in Dallas, Texas

Family Medicine jobs in Dallas most often include as a required qualification Family Medicine board certification (or eligibility) and an up-to-date Texas license to practice medicine. Having done a Family Medicine residency or fellowship in Texas is advantageous because it implies the physician is aware of TX licensure requirements.

Family Medicine salaries for the south region of the U.S., including Dallas, TX, are around $195,941. By comparison the country's average Family Medicine salary is $197,655, meaning Family Medicine jobs in Dallas pay about 99.1% of the national mean.

Because of specific insurance and liability laws of Texas, effort should be made to explore concerns like insurance premiums.

Moreover, the effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on patient loads for Family Medicine practices is unknown.

Major well-rated Family Medicine employers in Dallas, TX include:

WEST VALLEY HOSPITAL
525 SE WASHINGTON STREET
DALLAS , OR 97338
5036238301
UT SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
5909 HARRY HINES BLVD
DALLAS , TX 75390
2148793758
TEXAS INSTITUTE FOR SURGERY AT PRESBYTERIAN HOSPIT
7115 GREENVILLE AVENUE SUITE 215
DALLAS , TX 75231
2146475300

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