The medical field offers professionals a wide range of benefits, ranging from helping others and faster-than-expected job growth, to having access to high-paying jobs that also offer remote work options.
FlexJobs has cross-referenced medical jobs in the FlexJobs database with U.S. News & World Report’s list of the best healthcare jobs to come up with a list of remote jobs in the healthcare sector that also pay well. For each job on the list below, we’ve included the average salary according to the U.S. News & World Report list. Click each link below to find the open related listings on FlexJobs now, and check out our other remote medical jobs for even more options.
High-Paying Remote Medical Jobs
1. Nurse Practitioner
Median salary: $103,880
Remote nurse practitioners can work with online platforms to provide medical education, diagnose and treat patients, assist with treatment plans, and more. Some roles may require travel. An active license is typically required, along with a few years of experience.
Median salary: $192,930
Utilizing telemedicine, physicians can meet with patients via video chat or text chat to evaluate patient records, perform exams, prescribe medication, and provide information and counseling. Remote physicians will need to be in good standing with a proper active license and skilled with using technology.
3. Registered Nurse
Median salary: $70,000
Registered nurses can find partial and 100% remote jobs at a variety of medical and healthcare companies. Common duties include assessing patient health status, providing phone triage assistance, reviewing patient files, documenting patient care, etc. Travel may be required for some partial remote jobs.
4. Speech Language Pathologist
Median salary: $76,610
Working virtually, speech language pathologists will provide speech therapy via webcam and conferencing software, typically for a school. Licensing in a particular state is typically required, along with knowledge of state-specific policies.
Median salary: $208,000
Through teletherapy, psychiatrists meet with clients typically on video to conduct evaluations and recommend treatment plans. Board certification and an MD or DO are often required. Many remote roles offer a flexible schedule.
Median salary: $124,170
Pharmacists can work remotely to assess medication regimens for effectiveness and safety, conduct case reviews, act as a subject matter expert, and more. Having an active, unrestricted license is a common requirement.
Median salary: $90,420
Performing phone, email, and chat consultations; documenting case notes; and acting as a resource for support staff are some duties that may be required of a remote veterinarian. Travel is commonly required, along with a veterinary license.
8. Dietician and Nutritionist
Median salary: $59,410
Dietitians and nutritionists can provide phone, video, or email consultations; ensure compliance with regulations; track results; and more. Most roles require a license and proficiency with using online tools and programs.
Finding High-Paying Remote Medical Jobs
With the growth of virtual work, comes the growth of high-paying remote jobs. Our jobs database is updated daily, and all of the jobs on our site are fully vetted and verified by our in-house team. If you’re looking for your next medical job, check out our listings today!
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A version of this article was originally published on October 31, 2018.
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Adrianne Bibby, FlexJobs Staff Writer
Adrianne Bibby is a staff writer at FlexJobs, the premier website for telecommuting, flexible schedule, and freelance job postings. Her writing focuses on work-balance issues, finding joy in your job, and using life experience to transition to a more meaningful,…Read More >
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