Physiatry is an essential specialization in the medical field. Patients who have physical impairments or disabilities often rely on physiatrists to deliver care that restores mobility and function while improving quality of life. Farr Healthcare is a premier recruiter for physiatrists looking for a new career.
We open the door to a variety of job opportunities in the field of physiatry, including:
- Rehabilitation centers
- Direct resident care
- Inpatient and outpatient
Find Physiatrist Jobs in Hawaii With Farr Healthcare
When you’re looking for new employment, it’s important to work with a trustworthy and reputable recruiting company. Farr Healthcare has been successfully making connections between physiatrists and the entities that need them for more than 20+ years. In addition, president Linda Farr has more than 30 years of experience in medical recruitment.
We’ve built our recruitment experience on superior service and genuinely great opportunities. Our past and present clients that often need experienced physiatrists include Encompass, Centerre and Vibra. When you work with us, you can expect prompt responses from the same person every time. We go the extra mile by being available 24/7 to address your questions and concerns.
Farr Healthcare helps you stay ahead in the growing field of physiatry by providing updated resources in our blog and monthly e-newsletter. We share our expertise so you can find the job that best suits your experience and career goals.
Overviews and Salaries of PM&R Jobs in HI
Hawaii is one of the best places to find a job in physical medicine and rehabilitation. In addition to the beautiful environment and weather, physiatry jobs in Hawaii offer some of the highest annual salaries in the country. In 2019, physiatrists in Hawaii received the seventh highest salaries in the United States.
A physiatrist in Hawaii can expect to make around $285,000 per year. That figure can be greater if the professional is board licensed or works within one of these subspecialties:
- Pain medicine: Diagnosing and treating various types of pain.
- Musculoskeletal rehabilitation: Treating conditions like soft tissue injuries, back pain, arthritis and tendonitis.
- Spinal cord injury: Caring for patients with injuries resulting from spina bifida, cerebral palsy, spinal cord tumors and more.
- Traumatic brain injury: Treating and helping patients manage the effects of TBI.
- Sports medicine: Treating the full array of potential sports-related injuries.
- Pediatrics: Treating children with a variety of musculoskeletal or neuromuscular conditions as well as spinal cord injuries.
Physiatry falls into the category of physicians and surgeons, which has an exceptionally good outlook for growth. Employment is projected to grow 7% from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.
Looking for Physiatry Private Practice Jobs or Other Openings in HI?
Farr Healthcare can match you with the right physiatry practice opportunities in Hawaii. To get started, fill out our physician application. We want to learn everything we can about your professional goals and expertise so we can provide recommendations based on your experience and qualifications. Feel free to call us at (888) 362-7200 for more information.