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Medical Office Manager Salary in Virginia – VA

The State of Virginia is the twelfth most populated state in the United States, with a population of 7,882,590 in 2009 and has had a growth rate of 11 percent since 2000. Of its people, 12 percent of the population is over 65 and approximately 30 percent are under the age of 18 and both populations are heavy consumers of medical services. The median household income of those living in Virginia is $62,000 and approximately 29 percent of the population has a bachelor’s degree or higher.  These factors contribute to a favorable employment outlook for those looking to apply for a medical office management role.

What is a typical salary range for medical office managers in Virginia? Indeed.com, one of the online job boards, has compiled statistics representing average yearly salaries based upon 12 months of job postings. Average medical office manager salaries for jobs in Virginia are four percent higher than average nationwide, with an annual median salary in Virginia of $60,000. As a guide, here are major cities in Virginia and what indeed.com sees as a typical salary: Arlington, $66,000; Richmond, $52,000; Virginia Beach, $46,000; Norfolk, $46,000; Chesapeake, $46,000; Alexandria, $66,000; Portsmouth, $46,000 and Hampton, $45,000.  Note that Alexandria’s proximity to Washington, D.C.  Undoubtedly contributes to a salary range that is 15 percent higher than average. 

In addition to private practice, employment opportunities exist in Virginia at medical facilities such as the University of Virginia Medical Center, Saint Mary's Hospital, Lynchburg General Hospital and Inova Fairfax Hospital.

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