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This content is private.While some specialties are perceived to have a better lifestyle than others, it’s possible to construct a practice — and thus, a lifestyle — that suits you better. Here’s how one student is making surgery work for her.
This content is private.Dr. Nicole Nametz, a 2013 medical school graduate, reflects on her choice of obstetrics and gynecology and what factors about the specialty helped her make the decision.
This content is private.Urology is more than "prostate and penis exams and small little procedures." It's a mix of surgery and medicine, hospital and office settings, as well as simple and complex surgical procedures to care for men, women, and children.
This content is private.Vascular surgery is a unique option to consider as it’s a blend of primary care and surgery as well as the only specialty that performs open surgery and endovascular procedures. Consider this specialty sooner rather than later, especially since you can now proceed to vascular surgery training directly from medical school.
This content is private.Obstetrics-Gynecology offers a blend of surgery and primary care as well as opportunities to practice broadly or choose from numerous areas of focus.
This content is private.Can one person make a difference? You bet — if you become a general surgeon. “You can correct serious conditions, reduce or eliminate pain, or increase the chance to live a long, quality life,” says Dr. Meyer.
This content is private.I really want to do surgery, but also really want to have a family and time to enjoy life. Is there a way to have the best of both worlds?
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