A medical examiner is someone who performs autopsies to determine an individual's cause of death. The difference between a medical examiner and a coroner is that medical examiners do more detailed work on bodies as coroners do not. To check out what a medical examiner does check your local listings for DR. G, Medical Examiner, on the Disovery Health Channel.
A medical examiner is a doctor with specialized training in forensics while a coroner is usually an elected position and does not require a medical background of any sorts. Coroners will outsource much of the forensic work and are more administrator than anything else.
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el paso county Texas has a medical examiner system. the medical examiner is a medical doctor with a background in pathology. not an elected official such as a coroner.
The Chief Medical Examiner on NCIS is Dr. Donald Mallard.
There is no medical name of medical examiner. They are also designated as a common name like all other people.
To become a medical examiner, you have to become a medical doctor. So you can go to any certified medical school.
A medical examiner performs autopsies on the recently deceased to determine a cause of death.
the advancement fot a medical examiner is like 30% in rate because once you are a medical examiner you could possibly have a better chance of becoming sumthn greater.
Dr. G Medical Examiner is currently broadcast on Discovery Fit & Health.
depends on the level. the assistant medical examiner makes between 120,000 to 140,000. the chief medical examiner makes about 200,000
Medical examiner look for three things: 1. Pulse, 2. Pupils of the eye 3. Muscles spasm
Between $35k and $53K this is not true. For an assistant medical examiner the average salary is between 120,000 to 140,000. Think about it, a medical examiner is an MD and thus will make more than the average person.
Medical examiners need to have skills like organization and analytically thinking. After schooling to become a medical examiner a state license is needed.
Far and away a neurosurgeon makes more money than a medical examiner.
To work as a medical examiner, one must first complete their medical degree. On qualifying as a doctor, a residency in forensic pathology will need to be undertaken. Once qualified, one may apply for work as a medical examiner.
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Continuing medical education or Chief Medical Examiner
As an acronym-most common, Medical Examiner
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1-Medical examiners are doctors that perform autopsies to figure out how someone deceased and give the news to the families. ( This is my personal definition of a medical examiner. I love medical examinations. To learn more abut it, check out this site:http://health.discovery.com/fansites/drg/drg-fansite.html 2-A medical examiner (ME) is an alternative name for coroner in the US. However, a coroner is not always a medical examiner. In order for a person to be qualified as a medical examiner, he or she must have an M.D., and be licensed as a pathologist.
How many years of college does this take to become? A medical examiner should be a doctor, but about an assistant?