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The Medicus Firm has 13 physician jobs in Anesthesiology with salaries ranging from $360,000 to $800,000

New Mexico Anesthesiology | any subspecialty!
Ref# ANES 23851

New Mexico Anesthesia - any subspecialty! Join one of the nation's top-ranked hospitals and the nationally recognized Department of Anesthesia! We are seeking BE/BC anesthesi » Read More
Location

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Coastal Florida, Physician Owned and Operated Anesthesiology
Ref# ANES 24068

Coastal Florida Anesthesiology Physician-Owned and Operated! $75,000 Sign-On Bonus! Position Highlights This well-established group (with 17 anesthesiologists) prides i » Read More
Location

Melbourne, Florida

Anesthesiology | Gulf Coast Alabama
Ref# ANES 23563

Job Title: Anesthesiology Physician Location: Mobile, Alabama Employment Time: Full-Time/Permanent Position Highlights 349-bed hospital and level III trauma center » Read More
Location

Mobile, Alabama

Gulf Coast Anesthesiology - 1:10 Call
Ref# ANES 23562

Job Title: Anesthesiology Physician Location: Mobile, Alabama Employment Time: Full-Time/Permanent Position Highlights 349-bed hospital and level III trauma center » Read More
Location

Alabama

Anesthesia - Gulf Coast+Set Own Schedule!
Ref# ANES 23574

Anesthesiology on Gulf Coast Set Own Schedule! The University of South Alabama is seeking an Anesthesiologist to join their growing department and open to all subspecialti » Read More
Location

Mobile, Alabama

Academic Anesthesiology - Maryland
Ref# ANES 23643

Academic General Anesthesiology on East Coast Baltimore, MD Practice Highlights: Provide care at the University of Maryland Midtown Campus in Baltimore, MD alongside 6 an » Read More
Location

Baltimore, Md, Maryland

Academic Cardiothoracic Anesthesiologist - Level 1 - Southeast
Ref# ANES 23793

Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Level 1 - Southeast PRACTICE: State's only level 1 trauma center, academic medical center, and organ transplant program Well-regarded » Read More
Location

Jackson, Mississippi

Anesthesiology - ANY Subspecialty!
Ref# ANES 23850

Southwest Metro Anesthesia Any Subspecialty Interests Welcomed! Position Highlights Expanding hospital and growing department Any special interests or fellowships welc » Read More
Location

New Mexico

Southwest Major Metro Anesthesia - Any Subspeciality
Ref# ANES 23619

Southwest Major Metro Academic Anesthesia This is an outstanding opportunity to¬†join one of the nation's top-ranked hospitals and the nationally recognized Department of An » Read More
Location

Albuquerque Nm, New Mexico

Midwest Anesthesiology - 8 weeks PTO!
Ref# ANES 23046

Private Practice Anesthesiology Southern Illinois Quality of Life Opportunity Flexible shifts providing great work/life balance 8 weeks of PTO Competitive compensat » Read More
Location

Illinois

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Education
To become a specialist in Anesthesiology, you will need to acquire a Bachelor's degree. Differing from other specialties, you do not need any specific type of Bachelor's degree to work in Anesthesiology. You will, however, be required to complete coursework in classes such as biology, chemistry, physics, math, and English during your undergraduate education. Before you can apply to medical school, you will need to submit transcripts, MCAT scores, and letters of recommendation. It is important to note that some medical schools offer undergraduate and medical school programs, lasting between 6 and 7 years. From there, you can expect to spend your first 2 years of medical school in classrooms and labs, taking classes in anatomy, biochemistry, pharmacology, psychology medical ethics, and the laws governing medicine. They also learn to take medical histories, examine patients, and diagnose illnesses. The last 2 years of medical school are spent working with patients under a doctor’s supervision, and rotations will be completed in internal medicine, family practice, OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Surgery.

Skills
As an Anesthesiologist, you will need to have communication skills, be detail-oriented, and have patience, compassion, and physical stamina.

Salary + Job Growth
The average salary for an Anesthesiologist is $226,252, which averages out to roughly $109 per hour. It is important to remember, however, that your salary will vary based on your location and your experience level. The Anesthesiology field is expected to grow by 7% by 2030.

Job Duties
As someone working in the Anesthesiology field, you can expect to do things like monitoring patients and their vital signs, adjusting anesthesia levels as needed, and watching for potential emergencies. You will also be responsible for post-surgery care, including prescribing medications to patients who suffer from chronic pain.

Work Environment
Anesthesiologists primarily work in hospitals, but may also work in clinics or treatment centers.

Benefits
Some benefits of working in Anesthesiology include, but are not limited to, competitive salary, flexible schedule, diversity in practice, and exposure to advanced technology.


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