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  • Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB/GYN) By: Kaylee Speer
  • What’s involved in the work
    • Obstetricians specialize in the process of birth. They provide medical care before and after pregnancy. They also deliver babies.
    • Gynecology deals with medicine and monitoring women’s health.
    • Most obstetricians practice some gynecology, not all gynecologists are obstetricians.
  • Where the work takes place
    • Obstetrician-Gynecologist’s (OB/GYN’s) work in consulting rooms, clinics, private practices, and private areas of hospitals.
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  • The working conditions
    • OB/GYN’s often work at least 60 hours a week. Their hours vary day by day. They are usually on-call, which means they have to carry an electronic pager and have to be availabe to take care of emergencies or to deliver babies on short notice.
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  • Type of training needed
    • at least 3 years of a bachelor’s degree in college, including several required science courses.
    • write the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) before applying
    • 4 years in medical school
    • 4 years of residency training in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Possibilities of moving to a higher position
    • LEVEL  1: Resident Physician
    • EARNINGS: $30,000 to $40,000 a year.
    • LEVEL  2: Employed Physician
    • EARNINGS: $100,000 to $200,000 a  
    • LEVEL  3: Senior Partner in Physicians’ Corporation
    • EARNINGS $150,000 to $450,000 a year
    • There are 3 possibilities of moving to a higher position.
  • What I will earn when I start
    • Salaries for OB/GYN’s range from about $100,000 to $350,000 a year.
    • Entry salary is $50,000 a year.
  • Future prospects of the job
    • OB/GYN’s have very large prospects. There will always be ladies who are pregnant and they will need medical care.
  • How I will use reading and writing
    • I will read the ladies charts and records. Also I will read all the information of the new born baby. Ex: brown eyes, dark blonde hair, and 6 lbs 13 oz.
    • I will use writing to write on their charts for any changes or any type of medicine they had.
  • Conclusion
    • I know it will take a lot of schooling and a lot of good grades but it will all payoff when I see a mothers face when she holds her new born baby in her arms for the first time.