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Maryland Public Health Salary – MD

The average Maryland public health salary will obviously depend on the type of public health occupation that is being considered.  As you can see below and reported by indeed.com, a biostatistician position is one of the highest paying public health occupations.  Another example regarding pay range within the public health arena is an epidemiologist. 


Public Health Salaries in Maryland

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an epidemiologist in the state of Maryland has an average annual wage of $62,780.  In addition, an epidemiologist working the metropolitan area of Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV has an average annual wage of $72,570, which is well above the average annual national salary of $64,500.  The listing below gives more detailed information regarding cities and public health positions in the state if Maryland.

  • Aberdeen, Maryland:   $59,000
  • Annapolis, Maryland:   $60,000
  • Baltimore, Maryland:   $60,000
  • Columbia, Maryland:   $67,000
  • Greenbelt, Maryland:   $68,000
  • Rockville, Maryland:   $69,000
  • Timonium, Maryland: $58,000

Professional Organizations for Public Health in the State of Maryland

American Public Health Association (APHA):  The goal of this organization is to promote a healthy society by providing education on disease prevention and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  This is a member based organization and offers many benefits for it's members.  Individuals will have complete access to all information regarding current issues, latest research developments, legislation topics, and networking trends.  www.apha.org

American Public Health Association (APHA)
800 I Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
e-mail: comments@apha.org
Phone:  (202) 777-2742
Fax:  (202) 777-2534
Website:  www.apha.org

The Maryland Public Health Association (MdPHA) is the state affiliate of the American Public Health Association (APHA).  Membership is $35 per year and is free for students.  The current objectives of the organization are to educate the entire state with the benefits of physical activity and advocate for racial and health diseases.  www.mdpha.org    

The Maryland Public Health Association
c/o University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
20 North Pine Street, Suite 722
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-706-4504
E-mail: mdpha@yahoo.com
Website: www.mdpha.org



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