What does a NHS Junior Doctor do?
Physicians work to care for patients in a variety of ways, from treating chronic illnesses to advising about preventative healthcare. While physician specialties might vary, the commonality across specialties is that physicians primarily work to diagnose and treat injuries and illnesses. They often do this by performing physical exams, taking medical histories, performing and interpreting diagnostic tests, and recommending a plan of treatment.
Physicians require a high level of education, which typically includes a bachelor's degree, a degree from a medical school, and an extended period of time in a residency program. In addition, all states require physicians to be licensed. Beyond licensure, many physicians take an additional test to become board certified in order to increase employment opportunities.
NHS Junior Doctor Salaries
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NHS Junior Doctor Career Path
Learn how to become a NHS Junior Doctor, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
NHS Junior Doctor Insights
“Great way to enhance your potential and explore new ways to earn money and respect.”
“Had opportunity to learn from some of the best educators in the business of medicine!”
“Patient load requirement is impossible if one desires to maintain salary guarantee after it expires.”
“Stressfull and demanding work; work and personal life balance”
“brilliant and competent staff to support your career”
“Well supported with good and clear career progression”
“Good for young physician for career and clinical experience development.”
“Human resources is not adequately trained to handle FMLA and ADA issues.”
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