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  1. booradley83

    GP hospitalist job market

    On average $1200-1500 per shift after overhead which is minimal/zero. They are a dying breed though ......
  2. booradley83

    GP hospitalist job market

    The name of this thread is GP HOSPITALISTS!
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    GP hospitalist job market

    The the numbers here are reasonable. I’m ‘rude’ because people who are residents shouldn’t be talking and spewing numbers without real world knowledge.
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    GP hospitalist job market

    And on top of that, don’t ever mention the word ‘easily’ as a resident with 0 real world experience. What is ‘easily?’
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    GP hospitalist job market

    So how is 3-5k relevant to this thread? I'm an actual attending practicing outpatient FP in the GTA; you are a resident. When you post numbers, that's like me saying that I bill easily 2000-3000k on the weekend. If I see 50-80 patients on the weekend, that's my billing. IS THAT IN ANY WAY RELEVANT TO AN OUTPATIENT FP PRACTICE? Why don't you give an idea as to how an average hospitalist does in the GTA or whatever area you are referencing; with average numbers for the month/year with the number of shifts?
  6. booradley83

    fam med vs gen dent salary

    It's NEVER after income tax..........he/she is referring to income minus overhead.................
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    fam med vs gen dent salary

    Nice, THIS is how you make money in FFS model..............working hard, diversifying, and willing to do other things to maximize income. Our top doc grosses roughly 40k monthly also, nets around 30k as well.............but he works roughly 5-6 days a week and sees a lot of patients............can be done, but a little tiring in a FFS model.
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    fam med vs gen dent salary

    That's amazing; how big is your practice? How many hours and what type of payment model is it?
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    fam med vs gen dent salary

    Again; the average means nothing; the median is more relevant...............regardless; talking to dozens of GP's in the GTA; the average is nowhere near 30k monthly................anybody billing 30k and up is a superstar.......................maybe different in rural areas..........or areas outside of GTA.......................
  10. booradley83

    fam med vs gen dent salary

    360k - 30% is 252k minus licensing/malpractice etc. That puts you at 245 according to your data; take home isn't 210 out of 245(pre-tax). Do your legwork lady.............Ontario has one of the highest tax brackets; if you take 245k and don't save anything in the corporation; your take home will be $150k ish................after taxes......... And I find it highly unlikely that the AVERAGE GP is billing 30k per month EVERY month..............but let's take your numbers at face value..........maybe it's just the cluster I'm in; but 30k is definitely not average in GTA....... FYI - GP's average $275k in billings which is much more reasonable and AVERAGE: HERE'S THE LINK: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-ontario-court-ruling-on-doctor-billing-should-spark-broader-debate-on/ The data LittleDaisy is talking about is for ALL PHYSICIANS in Ontario...........not GP's................ 275 minus overhead and taxes puts you at 125-150k post-tax.............
  11. booradley83

    fam med vs gen dent salary

    The data puts FM income around $210k on average NET after over-head.................again; that varies widely depending on type of practice, walk-ins, hours, overhead, etc.
  12. booradley83

    Income and Lifestyle

    You'd be surprised how many FHO physicians are getting capitation payments of 10-20k monthly; and not much else outside of this.
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    Income and Lifestyle

    Yes, everybody can be more efficient in billing. Moving 20 minutes outside the GTA definitely has opportunities; but preferences in where you want to practice matter. Also, the traffic in the GTA is horrendous; my first job, I was living in Mississauga and commuting to Brampton..............the commute was 35-40 minutes during my travel times.............so factoring in living area, schools, family, friends and location matter.................it's not just a matter of 'go outside the GTA 20 minutes.' The GTA is a huge area......................... FHO's are probably a better deal in smaller communities; I know several FHO physicians in the GTA; their rosters are kinda stable; but the fact that everybody uses walk-in clinics hurts the capitation amount..........................honestly, income for FHO's vs non-FHO's, at least in the GTA isn't that different...............non-FHO's might even win out if you work hard.............. Lastly, 25% overhead is on the lower end for the GTA currently................30% is more the norm............also with the new salary increases and minimum wage; that overhead is actually on the rise....................................so it's a tough market; definitely leaving the GTA would solve a lot of the pressures, financial troubles, etc................but family/friends play a HUGE role in where you work/live...........
  14. booradley83

    Income and Lifestyle

    The average family doctor in my group; and in my network is billing 300-400k annually........................the ones who are billing 400k annually are doing things that I DON'T WANT TO DO............I'm not interested in seeing 40-50 patients day in and day out.....................for 51 weeks a year.................... I see about 35-40 patients; and I work about 48 weeks............
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    Income and Lifestyle

    You don't bill $350k by not doing EXACTLY what you are talking about here. I live this ^^^^^^^ But I'm not interested in extending my work hours/patient load at this time......................the whole point of the thread is that even making a comfortable income; it's not an easy life without any financial worry..........
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