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Doctors are medical practitioners whose primary role is to promote, maintain or restore health through the study, diagnosis and treatment of injuries or diseases. Those who specialize in certain diseases, patients, or treatment methods are called specialist medical practitioners.

Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Pediatricians, Doctors

How much money does a pediatrician earn?

Pediatrician Salary It varies with location, education, specialty, and number of hours worked. Whatever the number is, it remains to say that pediatricians make very good money. Here are some figures by various organizations: Medical Economics Magazine reported a range of less than $60,000 a year to up to $400,000 a year. In 1993, the American Medical Association reported an average of $135,000. Merritt, Hawkins & Associates reported a range of $100,000 to $160,000 with a starting salary average of $130,000. reports a range of $102,032...
Asked in History, Doctors

Why did doctors wear bird like face masks?

Mainly it was because when they were handing out potions, medicines, if the patient had a medical reaction to the medicine they could have a chance of catching an illness or at the worst, death. They wore masks to hide identity, so they werent a known man in the area, also so they didnt lose business. Another theory is that they wore the masks because it was widespread that birds spread the plague and if they wore it, this would direct...
Asked in Doctors

What do neurologists diagnose?

diseases and disorders of the nervous system/brain
Asked in Doctors

How did Maya Angelou earn the title of doctor?

because of her intelegence, people consider her as a doctor. she not actually a medical doctor. its a term out of respect. :D ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Doctors

What kind of doctor diagnoses and treats STDs?

There is not a specific STD doctor; you can see your primary care provider, adult medicine, general practitioner, pediatrician, family doctor, OB-GYN, or urologist. Infectious disease specialists are sometimes consulted for cases with resistant strains, or in the case of penicillin allergy in a patient with syphilis. You can see your primary care provider, gynecologist, urgent care clinician, or local public health department. Any doctor can test for STDs, although some have more experience and training in this area. If you're not sure...
Asked in Health, Job Training and Career Qualifications, Pediatricians, Doctors

How long do you have to go to school to be a pediatrician?

In general, there is 4 years of college, followed by 4 years of medical school, followed by 3 to 5 years of residency. There are a few programs that combine college and medical school to 6 or 7 years (depending on the program) instead of the 8 years. A lot of school, but if it is your passion, well worth it!! You need a medical degree, plus a residency in pediatrics. That's about 12 years of school. Here's more background information from a...
Asked in Health, Doctors

What kind of doctor treats leg problems?

"podiatrist" A podiatrist is a foot doctor. An orthopedic doctor or surgeon specializes in musculoskeletal issues, and can help with problems in the knees, hip, ankle areas. They're usually the doctor that diagnose sports injuries. ...
Asked in Science, Doctors, Endocrine System

What are the working conditions of an endocrinologist?

An endocrinologist often has to work long hours. Typically, they are "on call" requiring them to start work when they otherwise might be relaxing or having family time. The work environment requires you to regularly work with people that have gland, pancreas, and hormonal problems. ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, Doctors, Medical Schools

Can you get into Medical school with an accounting degree?

Yes you can, as long as you fulfill all the prerequisites for any medical programs you are applying for. Most programs require you to complete classes in biology, chemistry, calculus, physics and others, but I am unaware of any programs in the US or Canada which require a hard science degree for admission. For example I had many classmates in medical school who had degrees in various fields such as linguistics, psychology, business administration and communications. The American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS)...
Asked in Doctors, Basic Teaching Certificate BTC

Why a farmer is more better than a doctor?

a doctor talks a farmer provides food !
Asked in Doctors, Medical Schools

How many medical schools offer MD degree?

Most American medical schools currently offer the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree to graduates. Osteopathic medical schools in the United States offer the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree to graduates. ...
Asked in Example Sentences, Educators, Doctors

Why teachers are better than doctors?

Because when a teacher taught someone then he/she became a doctor. The previous statement is incorrect, teachers don't teach doctors, doctors teach doctors. But in reality, neither is more important than the other. Both are integral to how our society functions ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, English to French, Doctors

How much do French doctors make?

71,000 or 72,000 euros / year for a general practitionner.
Asked in Educators, Doctors, The Difference Between

Who is better teacher or doctor?

doctor cuz he gets paided more no, teacher cuz he spellinged better
Asked in Graduate Degrees, Acronyms & Abbreviations, Doctors

What are the initials AP after a doctors name?

If the doctor is in psychiatry it could mean either: Adolescent Psychiatrist Academy of Psychiatry But if the acronym is really PA, then it means the person isn't really a doctor at all, they are a Physician's Assistant. In many states PA's have limited prescribing privileges and can do some of the simpler diagnostic work. But they have not been to medical school, and don't have the depth or breadth of training of a real doctor, so shouldn't be referred to as doctors. ...
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Pediatricians, Doctors

What is your weekly pay if you are a pediatrician?

A pediatrician makes between 2000 and 3000 per week.
Asked in Doctors, Medical Schools

What is the dialog for a doctor in a fancy dress competition?

i am a doctor, i will take care of your health. follow my advise. no junk food, only home food. ...
Asked in Laboratory Testing, Doctors

What are two occupations of doctors?

There are many specialties a doctor can excel in but the most common doctor is the Family Practice doctor. He/she can treat the most common of diseases. A few other specialties are Cardiovascular(heart), Orthopedic(bone), Ear, Nose & Throat, and Surgeons to name just a few. ...
Asked in Surgery and Hospitalization, Doctors, Intestines

What doctor operates on an intestinal tract?

a gastroenterologist (?) or a general surgeon or a proctologist
Asked in Health, Doctors

Who is the world's greatest doctor?

This question may arise controversy. However, if any doctor is to be named as the greatest it is Dr. Christian Bernard who first helped in delivering test tube baby in the world. The greatest doctor should have qualities like his inborn adroitness in instant diagnose of disease apart from humanitarian activities for the down trodden of the society. ...
Asked in Doctors

What type of doctor treats animals?

A licensed Veterinarian, ( Vet for short, but not to be confused with "Vet" meaning a Veteran of military service. ...
Asked in Job Search, Doctors

What are the best locum tenens companies and why?

The best locum tenens company is the one that works best for you. It can depend on the specialty that you are in as to which one is a better fit for you. There are some questions that you will want to ask when you begin working with a locum company. 1.) Make sure they know what you are looking for; specialty, location, schedule, length of contract. 2.) Make sure you understand what expenses the locum company is going to be responsible...