So You Want to Be a CARDIOLOGIST [Ep. 3]

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So You Want to be a Cardiologist. Here’s how to become a heart doctor, also known as a cardiologist, including the training in medical school, residency, and fellowship, but also the sub-specializations within cardiology and the realities of being a practicing cardiologist.

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TIME STAMPS:
00:53 – What is Cardiology?
02:11 – How to Become a Cardiologist
03:31 – What’s it like being a Cardiologist
06:34 – Pay/Compensation
06:57 – Things I Love About Cardiology
08:54 – Things I Don’t Love About Cardiology
09:33 – What I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Cardiologist

LINKS FROM VIDEO:
Medlife Crisis by Dr. Rohin Francis: http://youtube.com/medlifecrisis
How Much Cardiologists Make: https://youtu.be/gJkGZDYjNII

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