Salaries climb for radiology directors, physical therapists and staff pharmacists

December 2006
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Dec2006, Vol. 80 Issue 12, p65
Trade Publication
The article presents findings of a study on the salaries of medical personnel in the U.S. Salaries have grown rapidly for radiology directors, licensed physical therapists and staff pharmacists during the last three years, while registered nurses have seen increases in supplemental pay and benefits, according to the Compensation Data annual survey of more than 5,300 employers. Even as health insurance rates rise, some are offering benefits to part-time employees as incentives.


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