A Career As A Successful Career Of Pediatrician

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Heidi Murkoff once said, “It doesn 't take a brain surgeon... or a cardiologist... or a pediatrician... or even a policy wonk to figure out that a penny 's worth of preventive care is worth many dollars of sick care.” When I was younger I always had an interest for becoming more involved in the children life.There are kids out there that are in need of help and there is not many people in the occupation to actually connect with them. The career of Pediatrician is a beneficial career, because of the personal benefits.The research will describe the career of Pediatrician, what is required to become a successful and the impact this career has on society.
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A pediatrician job isn’t as easy as you think it is. Pediatrician meets a new patient soon after birth and takes care of that patient through his or her teenage years. Pediatrician must be trustworthy enough in order for the parents to allow them to come in contact with their kids. Pediatricians have to attend to minor injuries, ordering immunization, and treating common childhood illnesses. You also try to encourage patient 's parents to periodically seeing him or her for routine health checkups. During this examination of the child, doctor should make sure he or she is growing at a normal rate and to look for symptoms of illnesses.They also have to explain to parents the health and behavioral issues of their child. They do this by observing the patient 's behavior while in office and ask their parents questions about activities and actions at home. Pediatrician also counsel and advise parents on the care and treatment of their child. They also inform patients parents about dietary safety and hygiene of their children. When a patient enters the office, the doctor examines him or her and makes a diagnosis and other treatments are given to them. Pediatrician also prescribe treatment and medication for their patient. Pediatrician are also responsible for arranging hospital admissions and follow up on the patient 's progress during the hospitalization. Pediatricians work very long hours and still …show more content…
In preparation of being a pediatrician you have to be a patient person because this job doesn 't come as easy as others. There is so much to be prepared for before becoming a pediatrician. While in high school biology, chemistry, physics, and physiology are important science classes that you must have in order to be prepared for this career. English, foreign languages, and speech what only help your communication skills while talking to patients. Psychology is not a must, but it helps increase your understand of others and it is also beneficial. You must be certified by the American Board of paramedics. All physicians must be licensed to practice in the United States. In order to become licensed, physicians must pass a state exam given by their state’s board of medical examiners You have many certification and education coming your way before you can earn this position. When I become a senior, I plan to visit medical schools to see what they have to offer me. Before doing all that you must have experience in working with kids. When I go to school for pediatrician I expect to study about the life cycle of kids and how they develop. Even though people think this job is easy it 's really not because you are dealing with human beings with immune systems that have not been strongly develop and u must take your time and be very careful. When going to a 4-year university college

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