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How to Get Medical Jobs : How to Become a General Practitioner

by tom44 on November 24, 2012

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The path to become a general practitioner, or family doctor, requires an undergraduate degree, a medical school degree and several years of residency training in family medicine. Get a job as a general practitioner doctor with tips from a medical administrator in this free video on career information. Expert: Mark MacBayne Bio: Mark MacBayne, with a Master of Public Health degree, is a practice manager at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Filmmaker: Bing Hu
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Becoming a medical doctor is a long and difficult process requiring at least 11 years of education and training in a competitive career path. Find out how to become a medical doctor with tips from a medical administrator in this free video on career information. Expert: Mark MacBayne Bio: Mark MacBayne, with a Master of Public Health degree, is a practice manager at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Filmmaker: Bing Hu
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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29 thoughts on “How to Get Medical Jobs : How to Become a General Practitioner

  1. Maloperverso says:

    The EXAMS this Doctor is talking about, what are they like!? Multiple choice, fill in the blank, show your work!?? Are they HARD tests?! PLease? describe them! DOES ANYONE KNOW???

  2. IncredableDrE says:

    Im doing this but in? canada. Engineering phd was a waste of time but it bought me a $100 000 car and 2 nice condos and a large luxury apartment

  3. ellieisfit15 says:

    Tony stark knows alot?

  4. Owner46 says:

    thanks for? the info tony stark!

  5. CartmanLandZ says:

    in america itis extremly hard to become on. well atleast to even study this? specialization. In holland and belguim, its quite more easy. Well its understandable because its just such a costy study

  6. TheDBZ96 says:

    and? what about in the uk

  7. Omegax9000 says:

    it would suck not to get accepted?

  8. TimMegrelidze says:

    Wow. A lot? of work….

  9. Maloperverso says:

    The EXAMS this Doctor is talking about, what are they like!? Multiple choice,? fill in the blank, show your work!? Are they HARD tests?! Please? describe them! DOES ANYONE KNOW???

  10. MegaOverCross says:

    What type of doctor are the? ones that you see in TV shows that walk around with the clipboard checking up on each patient?

  11. zombie6133 says:

    ok?

  12. lamberload says:

    I wanna become a family doc But if? its gonna take me that long,,,
    PFTT. too hell with that Ill be A nurse.

  13. zombie6133 says:

    2 LONG! 11!!!!!!!!!!!!?

  14. WarrenAch says:

    Sorry, my french is not 100% perfect as well, i don’t want to teach you wrong things about french lol.

    Competition? in Quebec is as intense as any other parts of Canada.

    If you really want to study Medicine but can’t enter in Canada, you can aim for U.S. Universities, some schools are very easy to get in, if you fail to enter Medical School, you can enter the D.O. program and still be able to join residency and eventually become a Doctor in Canada after you get boards certified.

  15. torktt says:

    oky, merci bcoup! …mais pouvez-vous me corriger mes fautes dans le commentaire précèdent?

    Aussi, est-ce qu.il vrai qu’il? y a moins de compétition pour être un médecine au Québec que ailleurs au canada?……..bon chance à vous…a+!

  16. WarrenAch says:

    Since you’re not a Quebec candidate, you’ll have to hold an Undergraduate degree from an accredited Canadian University with a very good GPA.
    MCAT score is not needed but if you have a good one, consider it a plus.

    From what i can see, your French needs a bit? of work, you may have to pass a French test depending on the situation and respect certain criterias to be eligible for admission.

    Contact the University you want to apply to for further informations, hope it helps,subscribe!

  17. torktt says:

    Slt gar!
    ques ke je doit faire pour être un médecine au Québec? À ce moment j’habite? dans l’ontario et aller au l’université d’ottawa pour faire des cours en immersion française.

  18. WarrenAch says:

    Yeah,this system is only in quebec,and we still get the best scores in the Canadian medical association examinations.
    Anyways,so much bad things here in Quebec,over-taxes,too much problems,the government screws his doctors,no wonder why almost 45% of specialists in Quebec left for Other? provinces or the U.S…
    If it doesn’t get any better when i finish,i’ll have to leave too,i don’t wanna be in misery while working..if you know what i mean..
    Anyways,thanks for the wishes,good luck to you too!

  19. anambuttercup1 says:

    Dude. Best of luck. I mean I have to give it to? you Canadians, you guys become Doctors at a pretty young age but only downfall is you guys have the whole single-payer health care system or socialized medicine.

  20. WarrenAch says:

    Well,to give you an idea,there’s like 2 years till i can finally apply.
    Here in Quebec,an undergraduate degree is not required to access med/dent/pharm degrees.
    You can access directly after CEGEP(French canadian college.)
    But only the bests can access? these programs without undergrads…it saves a lot of time but you have to work hard to become competitive in cegep,thats why most people go do an undergrad.
    ECurriculars,letters,experiences are also counted here! =D

  21. anambuttercup1 says:

    That’s awesome. How old are you?? Actually, I have half a year left until I apply to Medical school. I don’t live in Canada though. I live in the United States which relies on the MCAT and GPA. Exactly, the 4.0 GPA won’t guarantee anything, usually extracurricular, letters of rec, and experience in the hospital and of course interview falls all in place when it comes to admission.

  22. WarrenAch says:

    I’m not a med student yet,gotta go through a few more years,but i have a lot of friends and contacts that got into med/residencies and dentistry.
    So yea…a 4.0-4.3 GPA doesn’t guarantee anything…and i’ve spoke with a surgeon someday and he told me that it? works on par with luck,the interview/admission depends on the mood of the guy reviewing your profiles/grades/interview results…XD

  23. anambuttercup1 says:

    Really? That’s interesting, but sucks if you? don’t ace the interview. Are you a Med student?

  24. WarrenAch says:

    Yeah,here in quebec/Canada,MCAT is not required,but interviews are strict and can make you or break you…some people with the best scores of their undergraduate program got rejected because they screwed the interview…while some with like 3.6? of GPA got accepted…

  25. anambuttercup1 says:

    Actually, you’re wrong. Not all Medical schools? require a student to take the MCAT. According to MSAR, the examination just tests your ability how well you know your knowledge of basic physical sciences!

  26. doggy657 says:

    Well. You’ll be dead in 2012, but that’s besides the point… Just hang in there, the same thing happened to me and I got through, you can bring your gpa up… just start now?

  27. d6cookiemonster says:

    IM VERY WORRIED I WANTED TO BECOME A DOCTOR EVER SINCE I WAS LITTLE AND MY FRESHMAN YEAR I GOT A 3.2 I WENT THROUGH DEPESSION I CURRENTLY TRYING TO GET MY GRADES BACK UP I NO HAVE 5 As? 1 B BUT i got a D in one of my classes im very afraid and slowly giving up i need advice a on what my GPA should b when i finish highschool in 2012 please help!

  28. Atniw says:

    Thanks…?

  29. tigerman415 says:

    So, what? tests do I take?

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