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$92K
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MEDIAN: $195,819
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A Family Physician/Doctor serves as a primary care provider for individuals in a variety of age groups. He or she treats a wide variety of common health problems, concentrating on primary health care for the entire family. A family physician is often the first person called when a child or parent becomes ...
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A physician/doctor in pediatrics is a medical practitioner that works directly with children. Also known as pediatricians, these doctors collaborate with nurses, X-ray technicians, medical assistants, and other doctors (such as emergency room doctors and surgeons) to treat children. A typical day for ...
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MEDIAN: $145,736
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An oncologist is a specialized physician or doctor who is trained in a wide variety of diagnoses and cancer treatment procedures. This person often works in a hospital or medical office. While many work during regular business hours, it is not unusual for an oncologist to work extended hours, especially ...
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MEDIAN: $238,614
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Neurologists are physicians who are responsible for all aspects of patients' neurological care, including examination, diagnosis, and referral. They service a wide variety of patients, including those with sleep disorders, spinal cord or central nervous system injuries, genetic abnormalities, and neurological ...
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$97K
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MEDIAN: $195,643
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A physician/doctor, obstetrician is a specialist trained in the care of women in pregnancy and the delivery of children. This doctor typically will be fully trained in all areas of women's reproductive health. As such, many obstetricians serve as licensed gynecologists as well. In the primary role of ...
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MEDIAN: $199,936
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Optometrists are licensed physicians who specialize in eye health and care. They examine, diagnose and treat patients with eye problems or disorders. They conduct tests to identify and evaluate any defects or diseases that afflict their patients' eyes. They also prescribe eye glasses, contact lenses, ...
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$68K
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MEDIAN: $96,365
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Optometrist - National Vision, Inc. , salaries: $101,302 - $119,336
Optometrist - LensCrafters Inc. , salaries: $90,551 - $117,893
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MEDIAN: $33,280
A dermatologist's main priority is the treatment and well-being of his or her patients. He or he must be capable of interviewing and examining patients to identify, rule out, and diagnose various conditions. A dermatologist must be able to routinely perform treatments such as the removal of lesions, ...
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$79K
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MEDIAN: $199,565
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The main task of a general practitioner, or general physician, is to diagnose and assist patients with routine checkups and examinations. A general physician is the first person whom patients will see when an illness or ailment is troubling them. Therefore, a physician must be able to complete a number ...
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MEDIAN: $137,198
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The work of a physician who specializes in invasive (or interventional) cardiology revolves around treating patients with heart conditions which require heart catheterization. These physicians are employed primarily in the cardiac units of hospitals and in private practice. While the work is generally ...
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MEDIAN: $290,469
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An optical manager works in an optometrist’s office and is responsible for managing the office and its overall operations. Those in this position generally work daytime office hours Monday through Friday, though the hours can vary. Different offices will have different requirements of their optical ...
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MEDIAN: $41,577
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Optical Manager (Eye Care) - Wal-Mart Stores, Inc , hourly rate: $16.60 - $19.40
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