How To Become An Anesthesiologist
Learning how to become an Anesthesiologist is no short trip through school or quick Internet degree. If you had designs on conquering this profession quickly or thought this be a great way to meet girl’s who won’t talk back, guess again. Being an Anesthesiologist takes dedication and major brain cells. The journey is long and the road difficult but the end result is a highly sought after and respected professions. As well, it pays plenty of dough for your commitment.
- Earn your high school and college degrees. Once you have accomplished this, you must complete your pre-medicine degree at an accredited college. This undergraduate degree is a difficult ride, so be prepared. What comes next though will be the real test.
- After you obtain your undergraduate degree, you will move on to graduate school. Graduate school (another four years) in medicine allows you to obtain your medical degere. From here you can proudly display M.D. after your name, but you still are not an Anesthesiologist.
- You must complete an internship as an Anesthesiologist. This is where you will learn the skills and traits of a great Anesthesiologist. After this internship, you will go off to do a residency, usually at a hospital for a period of three years. This is the last step in becoming certified to become a fully recognized Anesthesiologist.