Dermatologist Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Dermatologist in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Dermatologist in Alabama - State Average is $264,200.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Dermatologist in Alabama - State Average is $127.02.

The average bonus of a(n) Dermatologist in Alabama - State Average is $15,958.00.

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Diagnoses and treats diseases of human skin. Examines skin to determine nature of disease, taking blood samples and smears from affected areas, and performing other laboratory procedures. Examines specimens under microscope, makes various chemical biological analyses, and performs other tests to identify disease-causing organisms or pathological conditions. Prescribes and administers medications, and applies superficial radiotherapy and other localized treatments. Teats abscesses, skin injuries, and other skin infections, and surgically excises cutaneous malignancies, cysts, birthmarks, and other growths. Treats scars, using dermabrasion. Less

Diagnoses and treats diseases of human skin. Examines skin to determine nature of disease, taking blood samples and smears from affected areas, and performing other laboratory procedures. Examines specimens under microscope, makes various chemical biological analyses, and performs other tests... More

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