What degrees do obstetricians need?

Answer Obstetricians must earn either a doctorate of medicine (M.D.) or a doctorate of osteopathy (D.O.) degree. The majority of obstetricians in the United States are M.D.s. Obstetricians must also earn ... Read More »

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What do gynecologists&obstetricians do?

An obstetrician/gynecologist (ob/gyn) is a specialist physician focuses on women's health and particularly with relationship to the female reproductive system. As of January 2010, the two specialt... Read More »

What are gynecologists&obstetricians?

Gynecologists are medical doctors who work in the field of gynecology. They are concerned with the health maintenance and diseases that affect women and the female reproductive organs. Obstetrician... Read More »

How Long Do Obstetricians Need to Go to School?

Women rely on the care of obstetricians for many things. Obstetricians are especially skilled in matters of birth control, fertility and pregnancy. Becoming an obstetrician requires a long educatio... Read More »

How much do obstetricians&gynecologists make a year?

The PayScale Report reveals that as of May 2010, obstetricians and gynecologists have a salary range of $102,435 to $190,855 at one to four years of experience, and at five to nine years, they get ... Read More »