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The Future of Neonatology

by Gaby Gonzalez
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on 31 May 2011

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Transcript of The Future of Neonatology

The Future
of Neonatology Gaby Gonzalez
5th period Secondary Education I would like to study at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. To become a neonatologist, it's required to have doctorate degree in medicine or an M.D. Educational
Requirements do require a strong A-/B+ average and the you must have around 1320SAT/30ACT score to be accepted. They must also rank in the top 10% of their graduating class. It costs $39,654 to attend plus some additional costs. The prerequisite and major/minor classes both entail biology, chemistry and physics because there is no specific major for neonatology. University of Miami doesn't require a specific GPA but they Career Description A neonatologist works in the NICU and takes care of critically ill newborns. A neonatologist's day consists of doing rounds or caring for the infants in the NICU, updating the parents and the pediatrician and parents on the infants condition, and they are always on call for emergency deliveries 24/7. Most neonatologists either work in a hospital or at a practice. Doctors may not need many people skills with babies but they do to communicate with other doctors and parents. Even though technology is advancing, the use of drugs is also increasing the number of premature births, so the need will be greater. College
Information The college interest me because it is very close to my family down there and because they have a great medical program at their Miller School of Medicine. University of Miami is located in Coral Gables, Florida. Salary/ Income The salary of a neonatologist ranges depending on region of the country, experience, urban or rural area, etc. The salary can range from $75,000-$250,000 a year. Pros and cons Pros
-excellent pay
-excellent benefits
-excellent job security
-helping to improve lives
Cons
-long hours
-heartbreaking cases Sources http://www.lfh.org/when_baby_arrives_too_soon
http://www.neonatology.org/career/default.html
http://www.miami.edu/
http://www.ehow.com/list_6130851_pros-cons-being-neonatal-nurse.html
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