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Executive Physiatry Medical Director Compensation

Recently a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician asked me the average compensation for an Executive Medical Director job.  The vast majority of the physical medicine and rehabilitation positions we represent are clinical, not executive.  According to, the average Executive Medical Director salary is $359,636 as of December 27, 2022, and the salary range typically falls between $295,670 and $446,617.

One of the many current clinical Medical Director positions available now through Farr Healthcare, Inc. is in the Houston area.  This rehab hospital has great clinical outcomes and an outstanding reputation in the [ . . . ]


This is a tricky question.  Some physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors don’t address it on their curriculum vitae.  Some doctors don’t explain it on their cv but explain it in a cover letter.  Other doctors don’t address it unless the employer notice the gap on their cv.  What should you do?

It depends on the reason for the gap in your professional physiatry timeline.  It could be due to illness, the time spent looking for a new job, time spent caring for a family member, provided childcare, loss/suspension of a license, etc.

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What a Treat to See Everyone Again at the 2022 AAPMR Meeting!

It’s been a few years since an in-person AAPMR meeting.   It was great to see everyone at the 2022 AAPMR meeting who stopped by my booth at the Job Fair and/or at the Exhibit Hall.  I look forward to seeing all of you next year!

One lucky person won the $500 door prize that we award each year.  This year’s winner was Eduardo Lamas Basulto, M.D., a resident from Emory.  Congratulations, Dr. Lamas Basulto!


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Jobs

Physical medicine and rehabilitation jobs are plentiful!  Without an increase in physiatry residency positions, the current national shortfall of physiatrists is projected to persist. According to a study published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation on September 1, 2021, without an increase in physiatry residency positions, the current national shortfall of physiatrists is projected to persist. Although a projected increase in physiatrists’ use of advanced practice providers may help preserve access to comprehensive physiatry care, it is not expected to eliminate the shortfall.

Be adventurous and consider a general [ . . . ]

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