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Family Medicine Jobs in Madison, Wisconsin

Family Medicine jobs in Madison usually have as a required qualification Family Medicine board certification (or eligibility) and an up-to-date Wisconsin license to practice medicine. Completing a Family Medicine residency or fellowship in Wisconsin is often helpful because it means the physician is familiar with WI BCBS and Medicaid procedures.

Family Medicine salaries for the north region of the U.S., including Madison, WI, are around $192,475. By comparison the national average Family Medicine salary is $197,655, meaning Family Medicine jobs in Madison pay around 97.4% of the national average.

Given the specific insurance and tort policies of Wisconsin, effort should be made to explore topics like insurance premiums.

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

Major well-rated Family Medicine employers in Madison, WI include:

MADISON , IN 47250
MADISON , WI 53715
MADISON , WI 53715

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