3 MEDICAL CAREERS (IF YOU DON’T WANT TO GO TO MED SCHOOL)

So you always dreamed of sowing up cuts, fixing broken bones & rescuing lives but the idea of 11 years in medical school scared you right out of the pool? Well guess what…you don’t have to go to medical school to work in the medical profession. Trust us, have no fear…here are some great medical careers that allow you to help, heal & practice medicine without devoting a decade of your life to school.

#1:

Paramedic Careers
Education Requirements: a high school diploma and a diploma/certification from a formal emergency medical technician training program

Paramedics live TV drama every day. They are the first one’s to the scene of a 911 call, natural disaster or traumatic situation. Every paramedic provides life-saving diagnoses & treatment before the patient reaches the hospital. For more information on paramedic careers, degrees and salaries, check out this paramedic career profile.

#2:

Registered Nurse Careers
Education Requirements: A two-year Associate’s degree, three-year nursing diploma, or four-year Bachelor’s degree

There is a huge demand for registered nurses. If you’re looking for a career in the medical field, this is one of the best options. Nurses work very closely with doctors but have more contact with patients. RN’s diagnose patients, provide treatment & formulate follow up care plans. For more information about becoming a registered nurse, visit this registered nurse career profile.

#3:

Physician Assistant Careers
Education Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree plus 2 years at an accredited physician program (6 years total)

One of the fastest growing fields in health care, with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Stats project 39% growth through 2018. When working under the direction of a doctor, physician assistants provide a wide range of primary care services. PA’s examine patients, cast broken bones & even prescribe medicine. Other tasks for PA’s range from pediatrics, family medicine & emergency medicine. For more information, including career details and salary information, visit this physician assistant career profile.

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