The average salary for a surgeon in the United States was $1.1 million in 2016, according to a report by the American College of Surgeons (ACS).
That’s a 6% increase from the year before, according the ACS, which is a survey of doctors, nurses, orthopedists and other specialists.
That’s an increase of more than $1 million.
The average for the U.S. was $822,834 in 2016.
That is more than the average salary in Australia ($631,966), Canada ($680,634) and the United Kingdom ($609,917).
In fact, the average for an American surgeon was nearly $1,000,000.
The median annual salary for an orthopedist was $3.5 million in 2017, according a study by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
The median salary for the surgeon general was $2.1,972 in 2017.
The AAPC’s study showed that, in 2016 and 2017, surgeons in the U tots were earning an average of $2,079,979 and $2 to $2 and $1 an hour respectively.
But the average salaries were down from the $3,091,738 average for U.K. surgeons in 2016 as well as the $2 million and $3 million salaries earned by Australian and Canadian surgeons.
It also noted that the U, Australia, and Canada were the only countries with median salaries higher than $3 per hour.
That was true for all U. S. surgeons except those in Texas, Arizona, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and South Dakota.
The report also showed that the median salary of an orthopaedic surgeon in 2017 was $4,865,946, a 7% increase over 2016.
The ACS also reported that the average wage for a general surgeon in 2018 was $7,074,927, a 10% increase compared to the year prior.
But that’s less than the $7.5 billion median annual income reported by the AMA.
There were some other notable salaries, too, including the average of nearly $6,000 for an assistant general surgeon.
The number of U.s. surgeons increased in 2017 and 2018, but the median annual compensation for an associate general surgeon was down, from $932,000 to $9.1.
However, the ACS’s study shows that the ACS’s study of U toters salaries was based on surveys of orthopedics, not on individual surgeons.
The survey also didn’t factor in other benefits such as dental and vision insurance or a medical education.
The study showed, however, that an assistant surgeon earns $2 an hour more than a general.
The American Academy of Orthopaedics and the American Medical Association (AMA) both said that the salary increase is not necessarily good news.
AAMA’s CEO and president, Dr. James Andrews, said the AMA and AAPC are wrong when they say the salary hike is not good news for American orthopedias.
“The AMA and AAMC have failed to provide us with credible evidence that the $1 billion per year salary increase they are advocating will be beneficial to American orthopic surgeons and orthopedically underserved populations,” Andrews said in a statement.
The AMA and ACS both said they will be contacting doctors and other orthopedial workers to discuss the data and the potential impact of the salary increases.
Andrews added that the AMA is trying to make it easier for people to access their own data and is working to increase the number of survey respondents.
“We are doing all we can to make sure that people can see the data they need to make informed decisions,” Andrews told CNN.
The AACS, the American Board of Surgery and the AMA are all working on a proposed reform plan to rein in the rising salaries for U toppers, which are pushing the profession to the brink of bankruptcy.