Hi, All I know is that it takes 9 years to become a G.P. I hope I have helped. In most North American training centres, it involves 4 years of medical school and usually 5 years in a General Surgery residency program. The 4 years of medical school are after one has completed a minimum of 3 years of undergraduate work. Thus, after high school, it usually takes around 12-13 years of training to become licensed as a General Surgeon. this is not an answer sincerley, future surgeon
It depends on the specialty, but it can range anywhere from 13 years minimum of postsecondary education to about 17 years maximum (that's with subspecialization). The shortest road to become a surgeon is to become a General Surgeon. (4 yrs undergrad + 4 yrs med school + 5 yrs residency) The longest road to become a surgeon is to probably become a Neurosurgeon who specializes in something. (4 yrs undergrad + 4 yrs med school + 7 yrs residency + 2 yrs fellowship)
Well, usually 4 years of undergrad 4 years of medical school 5 years of residency for general surgury and 2-3 years extra (fellowship) if you want to specialize. So its about 15-18 years. Good Luck!!! To have accurate answer; FIRST What type surgeon (i mean general surgeon or specified like plastic surgeon, Orthopedic.,.... ) SECOND Region or area the surgeon will practie his job THIRD facilities for training like teachers, equbmints & The numbers and type of diseases treat in training center. until of questions above...... the average to be surgeon are 3 to 6 years. Dr Sam
In order to become a pediatric surgeon, you must complete 4 yrs. of undergrad college, 4 yrs. of medical school, 1 yr. surgical residency & 5 yrs. general surgery. After that, you must receive approval from the American Surgical Board, then you will finally become a pediatric surgeon! If you want to specialize in a surgical field, you must complete 2 additional years from that training field.
In the United States, a veterinary surgeon is generally understood to be board certified in a surgical specialty. To do this, it takes at least three years of undergraduate, four years of vet school, a one year internship then a three to five year residency. Adding this up, the minimum is eleven years of intensive study. Outside of the United States, a veterinary surgeon is a general practitioner veterinarian; depending upon the educational structure of the country, it takes somewhere between 6 and 8 years of intensive college courses.
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