Dermatologist

Dermatologist
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  • I am responsible for managing skin and soft tissue infections, and I'm the first point of care for patients with skin and soft tissue infections
  • I provide medical and surgical treatments to people with problems such as bacterial or fungal infections, aging, acne, allergic reactions, etc.
  • I'm a dermatologist, an M.D. who specializes in the hair skin and nails, as well as instructing my patients on how to maintain healthy skin
  • In order to become a dermatologist, you must first get a 4-year bachelor's degree in biological sciences, then move on to medical school for 4-8 years depending on your desired experience, then you move on to internships and residencies
  • You can go to a wide variety of colleges that provide medical classes and biology classes for you to get credits for. For residency and internships, hospitals and clinics are some common plances to get the training you need
  • Some skills you need include being compassionate and patient; having good communication, organization, problem-solving skills; detail-orientetion, and manual dexterity
  • Finding a job isn't hard, especially with a 14% job outlook rate increase from 2014-2024. The average annual salary for a dermatologist is about $204,072 in the first 5-10 years, and can go up by another $100,000 10-20 years later
  • I typically work alone, but I can also work with lots of people, in shifts, in an office, private practice, or in a hospital where I can get my 1-year internship and 3-year residency
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