A Physician / Doctor, Gynecologist earns an average salary of AED 413,737 per year. A skill in Obstetrics/Gynecology (OB/GYN) is associated with high pay for this job. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years' experience in this career.
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|Salary||AED 58,175 - AED 552,662|
|Profit Sharing||AED 6,000|
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|AED 62,053 - AED 570,570|
Job Description for Physician / Doctor, Gynecologist
A physician specializing in gynecology specializes in medical treatment for women, focusing primarily on the reproductive system; this position is typically found in private practice, but also in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Gynecologists generally work traditional office hours, though some who work in hospitals will have additional extended hours.Read More...
An aspiring gynecologist must obtain a pre-medical degree from a university, followed by four years of medical school and a four-year residency program. Three additional years of residency and additional licensing exams may be required for those who are specializing in a particular area.
Gynecologists provide medical care for women, particularly related to pregnancy and the reproductive system. They may have a wide range of responsibilities, including: performing tests and annual exams; diagnosing infections and illnesses; providing prenatal care throughout pregnancy; providing postnatal care after childbirth; maintaining up-to-date knowledge of medical and technological advances; maintaining confidential patient records; prescribing and advising patients about contraception; explaining procedures and test results; addressing information regarding patients’ fertility; monitoring patients’ conditions; administering medication; referring patients to specialists when necessary; conducting research; and coordinating the activities of nurses and other medical staff.
Those in this position must have excellent communication skills and truly care about women’s’ healthcare. Subjects are often sensitive in nature, so professionalism and the ability to keep patients comfortable throughout their visits are very important. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
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