All of the 22 physicians in a medical center were surveyed to determine the level of job commitment and job satisfaction. Results reveal that physicians were moderately committed to the job as a whole. However, this study reveals that physicians are highly committed to the affective side of job commitment, moderately committed on the normative side, and fairly committed on the continuance side. The physicians are extremely satisfied with the privilege of doing private practice. The relationship between job satisfaction and variables, such as gender, civil status, monthly income, and the like shows no significance. However, age and level of job satisfaction display a significant relationship, and that is more evident among younger physicians. Initiative and resourcefulness in job efficiency are significantly related to pay, as well as to the overall job satisfaction. There is no significant difference on the level of job commitment and on job efficiency between physicians with or without practice. This refers to positive task achievements, which are thus measured by the physician’s productivity. Those who are engaged in private practice are as efficient and as committed as those who do not engage in private practice.