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Two "Pathways": 1. College..Graduate school major Biology/genetics/phD 1. Medical School then Masters Degree in Genetics (NOTE SOME MED SCHOOLS OFFER COMBINED PROGRAMS! and In my opinion THIS is your BEST BET!) Hope this is helpful Dr Z ...Read more
Absolutely: If you have heart disease, it is essential that your anesthesiologist knows the details. Consultation allows us to get records and create a plan in advance. This could be difference between life and death, depending on nature of disease. Also may be necessary to go to another hospital with specialists if your disease is severe and the necessary resources are not available. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there any difference btw drs that graduate from foreign medical schools vs drs that graduate from american medical schools?
What do you think ??: That issue to the best my knowledge ( I am fmg ) never comes among the doctors , discussions were never who is superior, as all of them take same examination, pass same speciality boards , most of fmgs practice in under served areas , others unwilling to go. If some says is superior is only due one's bios & prejudice which is not rampant pt will decide whom to choose or don't care. ...Read more
There are several: Insurance policies are contracts between the subscriber (person covered) and the insurance company, or between the group covered and the insurance company. Insurance companies differ in not only what procedures may be covered in oral and maxillofacial surgery, but how much is covered as well. It would be in your best interest to compare a number of companies to find one that meets your needs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Colorado: The best western lung specialists are at the jewish respiratory center in denver colorado. ...Read more
Workers compensation: This is a challenge as many states under obamacare have redone their wc programs to make it impossible to get appropriate treatmnet. More and more md's are not accepting wc patients. Check with the wc board if they have a list of doctors. ...Read more
Maybe: Medicaid is state by state dependant and it depends on what medical condition is being investigated. ...Read more
If i attend an osteopathic medical school can I still participate in a triple board residency program?
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Education & training: A crna usually works under the supervision of a physician. Crnas obtain a bachelors degree in nursing, work 1 year in an ICU setting, then go to crna school for 2 years. An anesthesiologist is a physician (md) who completes a bachelor's degree with medical prerequisites, 4 year medical school, 1 year internship, and a 3 year anesthesiology residency. Some complete fellowships in a subspecialty. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im looking for a doc in illinois that accepts medicaid /harmony insurance for suboxone treatment?
Wife ttc. Done HSG has dilated left tube. Hydrosalpinx. Need laparascopy prior to ivf. Need surgeon in south florida with cash discount. No insurance?
I agree: We are in north florida but work out of a surgery center in our office where we have control over costs and can offer very competitive cost structure for cash pay patients. www.jcrm.org. We would be happy to help. Our patients now come from all over the southeast and south florida for surgery so we are used to working with people from out of town. ...Read more
Per my medical records for an Ileostomy Reversal surgery I underwent, it states the surgeon did a Renal Autotransplant involving retroperitoneal fibrosis. Normal procedure? Explain, please.
My take is ...: This question should be directed to the then surgical team. No one should make a "smart" comment or suggestion now after years from the surgery because how, when, and what should be done in individual procedures for medical calamities have changed and evolved over time. That is life. Let life and medicine evolve and move; it's unfair / un-smart to be a hind-sighted smart one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cardiovascular surg: Cardiovascular surgeons can do bypass symptoms by either an open procedure or by a min invasive method. The open procedure requires the sternum to be opened with a saw . This is called a sternotomy.A min invasive symptoms uses several smaller port access sites but leaves sternum intact. The thinking with this method is its less painful and quicker recovery ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pulmonologist: Hi, which part of town? And what do u need a lung specialist for? ...Read more
No: I work in the hospitl i never was asked to under madatory test. ...Read more