Job Satisfaction is the Psychological disposition of people toward their work and this involves a collection of numerous attitudes or feelings. It involves a delineation of those factors that an employee perceives to either foster a positive attitude towards work or a negative attitude to work. Research devoted solely to the study of medical professionals and their job satisfaction is very scarce and the study of job satisfaction in relation to emotional competency, personality, organizational health, spousal support, job characteristics and daily hassles of medical professionals namely Doctors, Social Workers, Nurses and Physiotherapists are very scarce. Highest levels of Job Security were experienced by Doctors and high levels of Self Awareness have been reported amongst Nurses and Physiotherapists. Social Workers had the highest levels of Self Management. These professionals have the highest service orientation and their jobs aim towards helping the challenged lot of the society. Hence, they tend to be duty conscious when compared to all other group of professionals.