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Alternate job titles: Chiropractor

The Doctor of Chiropractic requires a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and/or professional certification. Responsible for the care, direction and progression of chiropractic treatments and patients. Being a Doctor of Chiropractic typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Must pass either National Board tests or state examinations to obtain a license. Doctor of Chiropractic's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. more...



Alternate job titles: Optometrist

The Doctor of Optometry examines patient's eyes to detect and diagnose vision problems, diseases, and other conditions, such as diabetes or hypertension. Provides primary care and medical treatment to patients with visual system disorders and diseases. Being a Doctor of Optometry educates patients on proper eye care and treatment plans. Develops treatment plans and prescribes eyeglasses, contact lenses, and/or medication to treat eye disorders. In addition, Doctor of Optometry requires a special degree of Doctor of Optometry. Typically reports to a manager. Requires a state license to practice more...


Alternate job titles: Physician - Geriatrics | Geriatric Medicine Specialist | Geriatric Physician | Gerontologist

The Geriatric Doctor ensures proper injury care, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Specializes in dealing with illness and other complications due to the aging process in the elderly. Being a Geriatric Doctor requests necessary tests, follow-up visits and refers patients to specialists, as necessary. Treats disorders that arise due to aging such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. In addition, Geriatric Doctor requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice. May report to a medical director. Geriatric Doctor's years of exper more...


Alternate job titles: Physician - Hospitalist | Hospitalist/Internal Medicine | Physician/Doctor, Hospitalist

The Doctor - Hospitalist manages patients through the continuum of hospital care, seeing patients in the ER and following them into the critical care unit and organizing post-acute care. Examines, diagnoses, and treats hospitalized patients. Being a Doctor - Hospitalist requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice. Orders treatments, tests, and consults with specialty physicians and primary care physician where appropriate. In addition, Doctor - Hospitalist may report to a medical director. Doctor - Hospitalist's years of experience requirement may be uns more...



Alternate job titles: Licensed Physical Therapist (LPT) | Physical Therapist (PT) | PT

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Alternate job titles: Endocrinologist

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Alternate job titles: GP | Physician Family Medicine | Physician General Practitioner

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Alternate job titles: Physician - Ophthalmology | Ophthalmologist

The Physician/Doctor, Ophthalmologist prescribes glasses, contacts or surgery to correct vision. Examines patients' eyes to ensure eye health, to treat injuries and to identify eye irregularities. Being a Physician/Doctor, Ophthalmologist may report to a medical director. Requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice. Physician/Doctor, Ophthalmologist's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. more...


Alternate job titles: Physician - Pediatrics | Pediatrician

The Physician/Doctor, Pediatrics requests necessary tests, and follow-up visits, and refers patients to specialists, as necessary. Examines children to ensure proper injury care and disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Being a Physician/Doctor, Pediatrics may report to a medical director. Requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice. Physician/Doctor, Pediatrics's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. more...


Alternate job titles: Physician - Physiatry | Physiatrist | Physical Medicine and Rehab Physician | PM and R Physician

The Physician/Doctor, Physiatrist determines type and extent of therapy to treat physical, mental, and occupational needs. Examines patients to determine appropriate physiotherapy. Being a Physician/Doctor, Physiatrist may report to a medical director. Requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice. Physician/Doctor, Physiatrist's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. more...


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