The Medicus Firm has 2 physician jobs in Trauma Surgery
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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary of a Trauma Surgeon is $255,889 per year, which averages out to around $122 per hour. It is important to note, however, that your salary will vary based on your location. The locations that have the highest average salaries are as follows (in ascending order): Vermont, New Hampshire, Idaho, California, and New York. The salaries in these states range from $264,389, in Vermont, to $283,420, in New York. The overall expected job growth for surgeons and physicians is 3% by the year 2030.
Some advantages of working as a Trauma Surgeon include receiving above-average compensation, working in a highly-respected career, making an immediate difference in people’s lives, seeing patients with a variety of ailments on a daily basis, developing your career on a regular basis, and revolutionizing the way that patients are cared for.
You should possess the following skills as someone working in Trauma Surgery: dexterity, physical stamina, problem-solving/critical thinking skills, communication skills, the ability to work on a team, and hand-eye coordination.
In this role, you can expect to fulfill job duties such as performing emergency surgeries, running diagnostic tests, and prescribing pre- and post-operative medications and antibiotics. You will also be treating severe, life-threatening, penetrating, or blunt force injuries that have been sustained by patients.
Trauma Surgeons work in and around the emergency rooms of hospitals.
Although your journey to completing your education to become a physician may be stressful, you may decide, at some point, that you wish to pursue CME, or continuing medical education. There are specialty-focused and directory-like websites that can guide you toward the CME resources you’re looking for. These resources may include live or virtual conferences, podcasts, videos, webinars, or live or virtual courses. The organizations that are available to provide guidance are as follows: the American College of Surgeons (ACS), EMCrit Project, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST), eMedEvents, and EB Medicine.
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