Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know,(including the salary) of just about any occupation you can think of. You have to be more specfic in your question. Neonatal refers to a newborn child; we hear the term "neonatal unit", referring to a hospital unit that deals only with newborns. There are NEONATAL NURSES, NURSE SUPERVISORS, PA's (physicians assistant), DOCTORS, SURGEONS etc.. Is this what you are referring to?? ===ANOTHER ANSWER=== THERE ARE A LOT OF FACTORS INVOLVED IE... How big the hospital is; If the doctor is Chief of surgery or a new doctor; the state in which she/he practices in; how much experience they have; the schooling they received; the salary range set by the CEO and shareholders etc... You could research it and find a general range of pay, but every hospital would be different.
what is a doctor captain?
Doctors earn quite a lot of money. it depends on what kind of doctor or nurse you are. For a surgeon you can earn to a maximum of 195,000. Which i squite alot of money...
Don't you mean earn, not do
A neonatal surgeon in the United States can earn anywhere from $59,149 to $472,900 per year. The median annual salary is $294,300.
the doctor earns 500,0000 a year
How much are doctors in Zombabwe paid
a pediatric doctor? depends in what country. I am a pediatric doctor
At least 40.00
Neonatal would make nothing, as they are babies. You're thinking of a neonatologist. They make significant money, as any other specialist within the health care. The approx range is between $200,000 to $499,000.
5% less than U.S.
average salary is $37000-$45000
2800 US Dollars/month
A pharmacist graduates with license can earn around 100k per annum starting...
what does a doc of physical therapy make
It really depends where you work.
$5000 per month
a doctor receives at an average 185-500 thousand dollars per year
i don't really know but i think they earn enough money to take good care of them self
A Registered Nurse (RN) with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Nursing (BSN) accompanied by Pediatric Advanced Life Support certification (PALS) and Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Certification (NCC) in the United States can expect to earn between $30-$115 per hour, depending on region and system.