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Resident Physician salary in California

Average salary
$60,500/yr
Based on 591 income tax records
$27,000
$89,500
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Based on income reported to the IRS in box 1 of W-2.

From consenting TurboTax customers

$27,000
$89,500
DATA PROVIDED BY turbotax icon

Based on income reported to the IRS in box 1 of W-2.

From consenting TurboTax customers

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The average salary for a Resident Physician in California is $60,500 per year. These insights are exclusive to Mint Salary and are based on 591 tax returns from TurboTax customers who reported this type of occupation. Resident Physician salaries in California can vary between $27,000 to $89,500 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, and more. Read more
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Resident Physician salary by city

Location
Average salary per year
Salary range
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Menlo Park, CA
12 income tax records
$83,500/yr
$79K – $85K
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San Francisco, CA
51 income tax records
$73,500/yr
$65K – $78K
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Oakland, CA
15 income tax records
$69,000/yr
$64K – $73K
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Los Angeles, CA
78 income tax records
$62,500/yr
$57K – $71K
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San Diego, CA
54 income tax records
$62,000/yr
$60K – $63K
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San Jose, CA
14 income tax records
$61,000/yr
$55K – $70K
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Anaheim, CA
10 income tax records
$58,500/yr
$56K – $60K
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Loma Linda, CA
22 income tax records
$57,500/yr
$52K – $59K
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Redlands, CA
10 income tax records
$57,500/yr
$51K – $61K
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Sacramento, CA
37 income tax records
$56,500/yr
$41K – $59K
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Fresno, CA
12 income tax records
$56,000/yr
$53K – $56K

Resident Physician salary by company

Employer
Average salary per year
Salary range
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Stanford Health Care, California
41 income tax records
$84,000/yr
$80K – $89K
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Los Angeles County, California
41 income tax records
$73,000/yr
$71K – $76K
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University Of California Sf, California
52 income tax records
$70,000/yr
$54K – $76K
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US Department Of Defense, California
10 income tax records
$63,000/yr
$63K – $63K
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University Of California San Diego, California
40 income tax records
$62,000/yr
$60K – $62K
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University Of California, California
42 income tax records
$59,000/yr
$54K – $62K
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University Of California Irvine, California
34 income tax records
$58,500/yr
$57K – $59K
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Llie Consortiumhealthcare Ed, California
37 income tax records
$58,000/yr
$54K – $60K
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Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, California
32 income tax records
$55,500/yr
$46K – $68K
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Dignity Health, California
15 income tax records
$54,500/yr
$29K – $57K

Resident Physician demographics in California

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72% are single
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28% are married
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12% have kids
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19% own a home

Resident Physician salaries by age

$0
$15,250
$30,500
$45,750
$61,000
18-25
26-35
36-45
46-55
56+
Years of age

Effective Tax Rates for Resident Physicians in California

591 full-time salaries from 2019
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The average salary for a resident physician in California is $60,500 per year. Resident physician salaries in California can vary between $27,000 to $89,500 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

This data is exclusive to Mint Salary and is based on 591 tax returns from TurboTax customers who reported their occupation as resident physician.

The following companies offer the highest salaries for resident physicians in California: Stanford Health Care ($84,000 a year), Los Angeles County ($73,000 a year), and University of California Sf ($70,000 a year).

The following cities offer the highest salaries for resident physicians in California: Menlo Park, CA ($83,500 a year), San Francisco, CA ($73,500 a year), and Oakland, CA ($69,000 a year).
*Total salary amounts here include total taxable wages, tips, prizes and other compensation. Learn more
**Total salary ranges shown here exclude outliers.