Cardiology jobs in Durham most often have as a required qualification Cardiology board certification (or eligibility) and a current North Carolina state physician license. Completing a Cardiology residency or fellowship in North Carolina is beneficial because it means the physician is aware of NC licensure requirements.
Cardiology salaries for the south region of the U.S., including Durham, NC, average around $424,379. In contrast the national average Cardiology salary is $398,034, meaning Cardiology jobs in Durham pay about 106.6% of the national average.
Thanks to unique insurance and liability laws of North Carolina, care should be taken to address topics like insurance premiums.
Moreover, the effect of the federal PPAC Act on patient loads for Cardiology practices is not yet obvious.