Answer: It takes more than just going to college to become an orthopaedic surgeon. I believe the question was more likely how many years of education and that can depend on a few factors but for the most part it is as follows:
4 years of College
4 years of Medical School (Graduate School)
5 years of Residency in Orthopaedics
1 year of Fellowship Training in a particular area of interest (not required)
So it can be as quick (or as long) as 13 years
Answer: I have worked some days for training with all these Doctors. Learnt a lot from their skills. And as per my rating.
To our bad luck some of them are not present with us.
No. 1 - Late Dr. Dholakiya Sir - Mumbai - No more with us No. 2 - Late Dr. Dinubhai Patel Sir - Ahmedabad - His hospital is closed No. 3 - Dr.Swetal Bhavsar Sir - Sir did higher study in Toronto, Now back to India in Mumbai in Corporate Hospitals. No. 4 - Dr.Rajgopal Sir- Delhi in Probably Fortis Healthcare No. 5 - Dr. Vikram Shah - His own Hospital Shelby.
As i know only 5 names. Not much aware of other doctors.
Answer: What you choose to take in high school really does not matter. Just do well enough to get into a good (yet inexpensive) college. On the road to becoming an ortho surgeon, you want to stay out of debt as much as possible, especially at the college level. Go into debt, if you must, at the medical school level.
Answer: dollars dollars dollars the best type of surgeons are the orthopedic surgeon whick can make between 200-600 dollars a year
on the other hand,it is so so stressful as it related to people life but you know what is important than money is saving peoples life and god will give u lots of happiness at the end of life.i am a muslim to know these things
so i would say to all who thinks about money think about god also i would like to say to all money seekers
blind blind blind
How much does an orthopedic surgeon make during residency?
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