What are the best colleges to attend in Georgia to become an OBGYN?
Medical College of Georgia
It takes a little bit longer to become an OBGYN than a pediatrician because you are taking care of pregnant women and you are looking for genetic diseases that can be treated before the child leaves the womb rather than to wait for the child to be born and have the child suffer or possibly die until you can figure out what they are suffering from.
It is little too early in high school to decide which courses should be taken become an OBGYN. However, to specialize as an OBGYN, someone needs to get into medical school first and before that need to be will prepared for that at college. Someone who is looking to be will prepared during college to go to medical school, needs to do the same at the high school level by taking as many courses as…
§Of course your have to go to high school to become any type of doctor. §There are five steps to becoming an OBGYN. §The 1st step is obtaining an undergraduate degree. §The 2nd step is passing the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT). §The 3rd step is attending medical school. §The 4th step is completing a residency. §The 5th step is getting licensed.
Yes, one as nothing to do with the other. To become a neonatal surgeon, you first have to do your residency for 5 years as a General Surgeon. After the five years, it takes about 3 years to become a Pediatric Surgeon and then from there you can specialize as a neo-natal surgeon. Hope that this answers your questions:)