Pediatric Endocrinologist

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Pediatric Endocrinologist
A pediatric endocrinologist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children with diseases of the endocrine system, such as diabetes, growth disorders, diabetes, obesity, etc. I chose this career because my aunt is a
To begin with, some strengths that make a person best for the job are having a good-natured personality, being able to accept delayed satisfaction, enjoy interacting and directing care for people, tolerating the faults of others, being comfortable around children, accepting schedule disruptions, and enjoy teaching people. There are certain skills and talents that would make me fit for the job, because I enjoy teaching others. I love being around children. I don’t make it a big
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The people in this field do several things. If I choose to own a private practice, my days will be predictable. I can prepare my own office schedule. It'll be mandatory to supervise my staff, ensuring that they collect necessary insurance and payment information. The majority of my day will be of interactions with my patients. I'll need to ask multiple questions and check medical history. Of course, physically examine the patient and gather blood samples for diagnosis of hormonal deficiencies to issue a plan of treatment. Pediatric endocrinologist work with other people because they need someone at the front desk setting more appointments, someone gathering blood samples, nurses here and there. Pediatric endocrinologist rarely travel, they'll typically stay on site looking at patients, prescribing medication, collecting blood samples, etc. Some positive aspects of my career choice is that I'll be able to cure children, making them feel better, and allowing them to stay healthy and live the length that was intended. Plus, annually, pediatric endocrinologist make roughly $221,400. On the other hand, I won't be able to go straight to work because I'm going to have to study for ten

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