Endocrinology jobs in Colorado Springs most often have as a stipulation Endocrinology board certification (or eligibility) and an active Colorado license to practice medicine. Doing an Endocrinology residency or fellowship in Colorado is often helpful because it means the physician is cognizant of CO Medicaid policies.
Endocrinology salaries for the west region of the U.S., including Colorado Springs, CO, run around $207,718. On the other hand the national average Endocrinology salary is $212,281, meaning Endocrinology jobs in Colorado Springs pay about 97.9% of the national average.
Because of unique insurance and tort policies of Colorado, care should be taken to address concerns like state tort reform proposals.
Equally important, the effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on reimbursement rates for Endocrinology practices is unknown.