Career as a Pediatrician - Schooling 4 years with a...

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Schooling - 4 years with a Bachelor’s degree in either sciences, pre med, nursing, and more - 4 years in Med School (you have to pass the Medical College Admission Test- MCAT) - 1 to 2 years in Pediatric internship - 2 to 3 years in General Pediatric Residency (you get paid around $40-50,000 per year) - You can do accelerated premedical - medical programs which allow you 3 years of college and 4 years in Med school (a few do 3 and 3) In High School - You should take either Biology, Chemistry, Calculus, Statistics,Physics, Psychology, or Sociology License - You have to be licensed by the state to treat patients. - Requirements vary but, in general you need to pass the United States Medical Licensing Examination, completed residency, and complete a med school that includes clinical rotations. - From data in 2015, 94% of U.S. med school graduates pass the exam, 85% are first time takers Working Environment
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- Can work in private practice offices, hospitals, clinics, community health center, schools,military,
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  • Fall '18
  • Brogna
  • Physician

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