steps to success


  • 4 years of college
  • 4 years of medical school
  • a year of internship that goes over diagnostics
  • 3 year residency


  • specialty hospitals 110$ an hour
  • physicians office 116$ an hour
  • general hospitals 94$
  • salary 321,000 a year

working experience

  1. review charts/medical history/height and weight/ ect
  2. gives anastasia or medications
  3. monitors vital signs and stats
  4. adjusts anastasia to compensate for physical changes
  5. when surgery is done you give them reverse anastasia
  6. reviews post op

additional informataion

  • they spend most of their time in post op recovery and patient rooms
  • most students borrow money to cover schooling
  • you can choose a specialty
  • need to know everything about you before surgery
  • before college you should take classes to prepare yourself


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