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Physician's Guide to Student Loan Refinancing

Student Loan Refinancing Guide

$1,585

Student Debt

$50,516

Monthly Payment

Debt Statistics              (Average physician)

Rate Reduction

3.0%

Refinancing Savings

$176,348

See how much you could save by refinancing your student loans! Click the orange button to change the balance in the graph below. (Graphs depict a 15-year term.)




Student Loan Refinancing Savings

5.

Medical Schools with the Most Debt

UNC - Chapel Hill

Touro University of California

Rankings

$75,217

1.

Temple University

2.

Dematology

3.

$242,391

4.

$101,462

5.

WV - School of Osteopathic 

Average Salary

Orthopedics

Medical Schools with the Lowest Debt

Mayo Medical School

Stanford University

1.

$226,579

2.

$99,230

3.

4.

5.

University of New England

Western University 

Total Tuition

Physician Salary by Specialty

Neurological surgery

Cardiology

$520,000

Urology

$419,439

Baylor College of Medicine

$400,000

Harvard University

$358,750

$259,000

$300,000

$230,285

1.

$223,941

2.

$97,254

3.

$100,075

4.

Tuition

Student Loan Deferment


Wondering if you can defer your student loan payments after you graduate from your university?



Repayment Options

Removing a Cosigner From Your Loans


Wondering if you can remove a cosigner after you take out a student loan? Check out what your options are.


Income Driven Repayment Programs


Are you interested in income-based repayment, income-contingent repayment or pay as you earn? Here are the pros and cons.


Physician Forgiveness Guide


If you are interested in public service, check out our list of repayment programs that will help you pay off your debt faster!



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