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Neonatologist- Allie Israel

Honors Health Science 4th Block October 4, 2012
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Allie Israel

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Neonatologist- Allie Israel

A Neonatologist? So you want to be About 14 How many years of school? M.D. +some What degree will you acquire? My top 3: some College Choices Around $220,000 for tuition. CO$T Very Promising!! Job Outlook What IS a neonatologist? Job Description 4 years under-grad
4 years med. school
3 year pediatric internship & residency
3 year neonatology fellowship After graduating from medical school, you will have an M.D., but that does not qualify you to be a neonatologist. You must do a residency & internship, along with a neonatology fellowship in order to specialize in neonatology. Harvard
Vanderbilt
University of Tennessee **Warning: This does not include food, housing, books, etc. As long as babies are being born, there will be babies born with problems. This means that neonatologists will always be needed. A neonatologist is a medical doctor who specializes in providing care to newborn infants, typically newborns who have been born prematurely and those suffering from birth defects, injury, illness, and life-threatening conditions. They normally work in special care nurseries or NICUs (Neonatal Intensive Care Units).
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