Where does a neurologist work?

Answer Neurologists study and treat disorders of the human nervous system. They can work in laboratories performing clinical research, treat patients in an office or clinic or perform surgery in a hospita... Read More »

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How many hours a week does a neurologist work?

Neurologists at busy practices can work more than 60 hours per week. They often work irregular hours and can be called in to evaluate a patient in the middle of the night.Source:Healthcare Salary ... Read More »

How much does a neurologist get paid?

According to the 2008 Physician Compensation Survey done by Modern Healthcare, the average annual salary for a neurologist is between $203,200 and $298,503.Source:Neurology

How long does it take to become a neurologist?

Neurologists train for about 12 years--four years of undergraduate study and four years of medical school are required before a one-year internship can begin. After the internship, an aspiring neur... Read More »

How much does it pay a year to be a pediatric neurologist?

The yearly salary range of a pediatric neurologist is $110,128 to $190,000, as of 2010. Salary ranges do vary by industry. For example, pediatric neurologists working in acute care hospitals are pa... Read More »