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Are there any advantages and opportunities for advancement once you become a Gynecologist ?

I am in High School and I am very interested in women's health ! #medicine #gynecologist #hospital-and-health-care #healthcare

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Amie’s Answer

I am a medical doctor. To become a gynecologist you have to acquire your medical degree and complete residency and board certification. After becoming a gynecologist there are many opportunities for growth. You can become a Medical Director or Chief Medical Officer of your hospital. There are many ongoing research projects you can participate in. There are multiple leadership positions at most hospitals you can contribute to. Most gynecologist spend their days seeing patients in the office or the hospital and doing surgery.
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David’s Answer

I'm not a doctor, but my impression is once you're a doctor, you're in pretty good shape! In such a profession, just making it into the club puts you on a somewhat equal footing with other doctors, though there is still a pecking order within that (people being people, they always want to draw distinctions from one another). I suppose if you want to build prestige or advance in some way, you could become chief of department at a hospital, or do research. Maybe starting your own (or partnering in) a private practice will give the sense of accomplishment you want.
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