Medical Examiner Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Medical Examiner in United States

The average salary of a(n) Medical Examiner in United States is $298,172.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Medical Examiner in United States is $143.35.

The average bonus of a(n) Medical Examiner in United States is $20,216.00.

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MEDICOLEGAL DEATH INVESTIGATOR - Dallas, TX

Dallas County, TX

And prepares and submits detailed, written fact reports to the Medical Examiner. Assists the deputy chief with the investigation of sudden and unexpected deaths...

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Associate Medical Examiner - Jacksonville, FL

City of Jacksonville, FL

This position reports to the District Chief Medical Examiner and provides medico legal interpretations, performs autopsies, testifies in court and generates...

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INSURANCE EXAMINER II - Hawaii

State of Hawaii

Conducts examinations of insurance companies, fraternal organizations, mutual benefit, hospital and medical associations and domestic insurance rating...

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AUTOPSY TECHNICIAN - Dallas, TX

Dallas County, TX

Assists medical examiners and pathologists with all aspects of autopsy room operations, including related administrative/clerical duties....

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Medical Examiner (FP) - Phoenix, AZ

Maricopa County, AZ

Performs other duties of a comparable level as required or assigned by the Chief Medical Examiner. With approval of the Director and the Chief Medical Examiner,...

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