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What process did you have to go through to get to where you are today?

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Richard’s Answer

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I am a radiologist.

Bachelor's degree in biochemistry
4 years of medical school
1 year internship
4 years of radiology residency
1 year of interventional radiology fellowship
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Rachel’s Answer

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I am a surgeon. This requires completion of a bachelor’s degree as well as all of the Pre-med requirements. GPA should probably be 3.5 or better (preferably >3.8). You will also have to score well on the MCAT. Once accepted to medical school, as long as you pass your classes and perform reasonably well during your four years of medical training, you can apply for a general surgery 5 year residency. Following that, you will apply for a 1-3 year fellowship. I did a one year colorectal fellowship.
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Alexis K.’s Answer

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I was Salutatorian of my high school, I went to community college earned my Associates, went to the University, got my Bachelor's of Science, then I got my Masters. I started writing online in 2008 on Yahoo Voices, my poem "Naturally" had over 600,000 page views and I started volunteering as a transcriptionist in 2012. I currently am an online tutor as well. I also give advice on this website. So I basically like to help others in the educational field and through writing. So my advice to you if you want to get into the healthcare field do research and narrow it down to one thing to focus on. Then go to school, keep your grades up, and network. Do volunteering, intern, and observe those in your field. Keep working to get the certifications you need and be patient until you get the position in your field you're looking for.

Alexis K. recommends the following next steps:

  • Research and read, read, read about the healthcare field.
  • Keep grades up
  • Network, gain experience through volunteering and save money while working in school.
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Estelle’s Answer

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4 years of college
4 years of medical school
1 year of general surgery
4 years of OB/GYN residency

I have been a gynecologist for almost 30 years, and I still enjoy my profession. Practicing medicine is extremely rewarding.
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Eli’s Answer

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4 years of undergrad
2 years of grad school (while working full time)
5 times I went to work and came home without a job (layoff, RIF, etc)
1 interstate move (while working)
1 Recession
1 Global Pandemic
Lots of resilience, hard work, honing my professional skills, managing my personal finances
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Sowmya’s Answer

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Knowledgeable & your talent
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Sowmya’s Answer

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Knowledgeable & your talent
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