Primary care physician professors earn less, study shows

04/12/2013 | Forbes

Medical schools are trying to graduate more primary care physicians, but a study found primary care physician professors make less than their specialist counterparts. The Medical Group Management Association study said primary care teachers make about $90,000 per year less on average, and the gap is even greater for department heads.

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