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 How long does a pediatrician have to go to school?

Answer According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, becoming a pediatrician requires four years of undergraduate college, four years of medical school and three years of hospital internship, plus add... Read More »
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How long can you let a 1 year old have asymptomatic diarrhea before seeing the pediatrician?

Depends on how long it has gone on, I guess. More than a week and he/she may need an antibiotic for a bacterial infection. My almost 2-year old has had diarrhea for almost a month and they have yet... Read More »
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How long does it take to become a nurse for a pediatrician?

It takes 2 or 4 years to become a nurse for a pediatrician. A pediatric nurse earns a 2-year associate's degree or 4-year bachelor's degree to become registered nurse (RN).Source:All Nursing School... Read More »
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How long does it take to become a pediatrician in the state of Tennessee?

It depends how much you like kids. If you like them a lot, you become a paediatrician very quickly. Good luck.
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How long does an anesthesiologist have to go to school?

Anesthesiologist are board-certified medical professionals who have specialized in anesthesiology. They are required to complete a bachelor's degree, followed by four years of medical school and th... Read More »
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