Survey results: How much school debt do physicians have?

September 12, 2019
Chris Mazzolini

Chris Mazzolini is the editorial director of Medical Economics

Many physicians are dealing with massive student loans from medical school, according to a poll of Medical Economics readers.

A 2018 Medical Economics poll of doctors of all ages showed that 66 percent were more than $90,000 in debt upon graduating medical school, and 30 percent had more than $200,000 in debt.See the full results of the survey below.