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Career Shadowing

ENT Doctor

Bill Gates

on 27 April 2010

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ENT Doctor The purpose of the Central Florida ENT Associates is to provide people with ear, nose, and throat care. They also help with any problems in the same area such as allergies, ringing in the ears, or teeth hurting. This company will be the same in 15 years. They don’t really plan to expand but they are doing pretty good. The employability skills needed for this job is do assigned work, be on time, follow directions, and be clean. An average ENT Physician makes anywhere from $150,000-$250,000. An ENT specialist is ready to start after up to 15 years of college and some postgraduate training. To qualify for certification from the American Board of Otolaryngology an applicant must first complete college and medical school (usually four years) and at least five years of specialty training. Next the physician must pass the American Board of Otolaryngology examination to be certified. An ENT Physician uses a type of computer log (such as a much advanced version of Microsoft Word) that helps them easily record and get to data for patients. After logging the data in to the computer the data is printed and kept in that patients file folder (easily weighing five pounds). My mentor said the hardest part about this job is recording and filing all the patient information. This job requires constant amounts of face to face talking. My mentor goes in to a room and confronts the patient on any problems they might be experiencing. After that she might prescribe medicine or do some testing and have the patient call to give an update on things. Some email is used but mostly face to face and telephones are used. I would not pursue a career with this company because it is way too much running around. Patients after patients with no breaks (I’m talking not even 30 seconds). It was way too much moving around at once. I liked the touch screen computers. My mentor said these computers make logging data a hundred times easier. She does all her logging on a laptop and then the data is printed and filed. I disliked the constant rush. It was too much hassle for me because we barely got time to sit down and talk about my questions.
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