Hello! I'm Dr. garrison a neonatologist a doctor who helps ill or premature babies
How long did it take for you to become a neonatologist? And what degree do you have?
it took me 4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, plus a neonatology fellowship. I have a bachelor of science in nursing and I'm certified in neonatal recursion.
I have a long day at work full of standing and endless shifts. I work together with other physicians to make sure that my little patients get the best care possible.
What do you do at your work?
In order to be a neonatologist you have to have enthusiasm, empathy, endurance, and the ability to work efficiently under pressure.
Do I have what it takes to be a neonatologist?
what do you like and dislike about your job?
Besides the pay of about 229,041 a year I really enjoy that my field of work is always evolving, and I really like that I get to help families. I would probably change the fact that it can be stressful to work with a patient who can't tell me what hurts, and the amount of physical exertion I go through each day.
It's time for Dr. garrison to go. Now...what do we say?