How to Become a Heart Doctor?

Answer Heart doctors, also known as cardiologists, specialize in the treatment of the heart. Cardiologists work in a variety of environments, including private, university and public hospitals. These prof... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Become a Heart Doctor

I think there is something wrong with my heart but I can't get to a doctor. What do I do?

One of the biggest challenges with these types of symptoms are that they can be from a number of things that range from serious health risks to psychological symptoms of anxiety. The problem with ... Read More »

What are the job duties of a heart doctor?

Heart doctors--or cardiologists--diagnose and treat diseases of the heart and blood vessels. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, heart doctors work in small private offices, clinics, ... Read More »

How much does a heart doctor make in a year?

According to PayScale, the salary of a heart doctor or cardiologist varies according to city. As of March 2010, those in New York earn $71,216 to $252,103 while those in Chicago make $77,500 to $2... Read More »

How much money does a heart doctor make?

Heart doctors that perform surgery or cardiothoracic surgeons received median salaries of $440,932 as of November 2009, according to Heart doctors that do not perform surgery and instea... Read More »