Same as for a doctor anywhere else: generally, 4 years for a bachelor's degree; 4 years of medical school (MD or DO), followed by internship (1 year) & residency (3 years minimum) - strictly speaking not "school" because working as a junior doctor undergoing further training, & getting paid!
Many medical officers are recruited from civilian medical schools; others attend med school whilst serving (Uniformed University of Health Sciences), & most do internship/ residency in military hospitals.
Pretty well all medical specialties found in the civilian medical world are also available in the military, but there's particular emphasis on areas like emergency medicine, trauma/ critical care, anesthesiology, orthopedics, neurosurgery, public health, epidemiology, remote area medicine, psychiatry, aeronautical & nuclear medicine. But there's also a big demand for family medicine, pediatrics, OG etc - general care of personnel & their families.
The Armed Forces also need dentists, optometrists, podiatrists, & vets: as with MDs/ DOs their training is identical to that in civilian medicine.
At least High school ... or its equivalent (like GED).
About 12 years.
A high school diploma is required to enlist in the US Army.
you need to graduate high school, and also need to graduate medical school
You're required to have a high school diploma or a GED to enlist into the Army.
You need a high school diploma and you need to be fit. If you are acceptable the army will train you up in the skills you need to be a good soldier.
Just be a high school grad or have your GED.
You need 4 years of undergraduate school. Then you need to go to medical school. Then you do an internship.
Yes you need to go to undergraduate school, then medical school, then residency.
After finishing school you need to take up studies in a Medical School for 5 years to qualify as a Doctor, and you will need another 8 years to train as a Specialist Doctor
In order to become a doctor you need a bachelor's degree from a 4 year college, and then a doctor of medicine from a medical school.
To be an enlisted soldier in the medical field, such as a Combat Medic, you don't need a degree. To be an actual doctor, you'd need the same degree as a civilian doctor.
It would depend on what kind of doctor you need, what you need them for, and where you are located.
you only need a high school diploma to join the army
train in a medical school
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You need to go to medical school and achieve residency at a hospital for a period of time in order to be a doctor. You will need to complete this education before you will be considered to be a doctor.
To become a doctor, you will need to earn a mark of 90% or over.
High school grad or GED.
College for a 4 year undergraduate degree plus Medical School, which is typically 3-4 years.
Any as long as it has the right course to become a doctor; if you are going to become a doctor you need to get into med school however, you do need good grades to get in .
No. All you need is a high school diploma or a GED. To be an officer you do need a degree.
0%. You need a GED or a high school diploma to join the US Army. So if you left school, you would still need to obtain a GED before being eligible to join the Army. No GED or HS Diploma means ineligible for military service
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