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Becoming a Pediatrician

Irene Bernardino's Senior Presentation Senior Essential Question... What are the steps into becoming a pediatrician? What do they do on a daily basis?
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Irene Bernardino

on 14 May 2010

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Becoming a Pediatrician What they do daily? Salary Age Groups Skills Pediatricians help out children from the birth to 21 years of age. They also work with the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of patients and other specialists help out when needed. A typical day for a pediatrician is when they have a certain time of the day for kids who are sick and for kids that are there for a regular check up. They may also give the children their immunization shots or check their height, etc. The average pediatrician makes around $140,000 and for a full-time pediatrician after completing all the steps to become a full certified makes roughly $300,000. The cost for a pediatrician to complete college for four years is from $20,000 to $100,000; that is only for a person to complete the required courses at any college. As for medical school, the price for four years at medical school is $100,000 to $160,000. The age groups range from birth to 21 years old. Many offices change their age groups, but the most common is up to 21 years of age. It takes excellent patienceand the knowledge required to understand and cope with life threatening challenges every day. Dr. Paul and his explination about pediatrics...
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