The Medicus Firm has 6 physician jobs in Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine with salaries ranging from $400,000 to $500,000
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The average salary for a Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine specialist is $303,548, while the salary range falls between $263,913 and $365,991. Your salary can vary greatly based on things like location, skill level, and certifications held. For physicians and surgeons in general, the expected job growth is 4% by the year 2030.
Some benefits of working as a Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine physician are as follows: having a rewarding career of helping patients with severe ailments, flexibility to choose from a variety of career paths, the possibility of good work-life balance as a result of working in set shifts, and being in a high-demand field.
Skills you should possess while working in this field include attention to detail, stamina, communication, and compassion. You should also possess skills such as leadership, dexterity, patience, and organizational skills.
As a Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine specialist, you will be focusing on patients suffering from injuries and diseases of the respiratory system, including the lungs, trachea, and diaphragm. You will diagnose and treat lung cancer, manage conditions affecting the lungs and airways, treat respiratory disease, and monitor any respiratory issues.
Most physicians working in critical care medicine fields, such as Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine, work in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Some physicians in this field, however, choose to seek out subspecialties, and work in cardiac and neurological units.
Many physicians choose to continue their education after completing the requirements to begin practicing medicine. You can find specialty-focused organizations that offer CME resources, such as videos, podcasts, conferences (live and virtual), webinars, and courses (live and virtual). Some of these organizations include Mayo Clinic and the American College of Chest Physicians. There are also websites dedicated to helping you find CME resources, such as CMEList, myCME, and BoardVitals.
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