Requirements - Admissions - LSUHSC School of Medicine (2023)

The MCAT is required and should be taken no later than September2022,to be considered for admission in August 2023. Applicants are strongly urged to complete the regular four-year undergraduate curriculum and take the appropriate recommended courses before the study of medicine. The school encourages a balance between the natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. For the entering class of 2023, only test scores from Janaury 2019-Septemeber 2022 will be accepted.

Minimum academic requirements for admission are satisfactory completion of the required subjects as specified below alongwith a total of ninety hours of acceptablecredit hours at the time of matriculation into medical school. All coursework must be completed in a satisfactory manner, at a grade-level of C or better, in an educational institution within the United States or Canadathat has been approved by an appropriate accrediting agency. On-line or correspondence coursework is not accepted.

Acceptance of advanced placement for credit toward fulfilling specific requirements in the sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics) may be approved on a case-by-case basis. Transfer credit from medical schools outside of the United States is generally not permissible.

REQUIRED SUBJECTS

Chemistry

Eight semester hours of general/inorganic chemistry with laboratory
and
Eight semester hours of organic chemistry with laboratory

Physics

Eight semester hours of general physics with laboratory.

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Biochemistry

Three semester hours (laboratory not required)

Biology

Eight semester hours of general biology with laboratory.

English

Six semester hours ofEnglish.

Statistics

Three hours of statistics

OTHER RECOMMENDED COURSES

Enrollment in any of the following science courses may be beneficial to applicants: biochemistry (strongly recommended), cell biology, comparative vertebrate anatomy, computer sciences, embryology (developmental biology), histology, mathematics, microbiology, molecular genetics, physiology, statistics (epidemiology). Selection from the following arts and humanities courses is recommended: economics, English, ethics, foreign languages, history, philosophy, psychology, public speaking, sociology.

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The 30-Hour Policy

As part of the medical school application process, an applicant may be encouraged or required to take additional coursework after completion of his/her undergraduate studies. The reasons for additional coursework may include a non-competitive undergraduate grade point average (GPA), a need for continued expansion of an applicant's basic science knowledge base, or an excessive time lapse between previous science coursework and medical school application. For those applicants who may need significant improvement in their science GPA, the LSU-New Orleans Medical School Admissions Committee has what is commonly referred to as the 30-Hour Policy.

The 30-Hour Policy was a policy adopted by the LSU-New Orleans Admissions Committee many years ago. This policy allows for an applicant to obtain 30 or more post-baccalaureate hours of coursework in biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics. The admissions committee would then consider the GPA for those 30 or more hours to be that applicant’s GPA for the medical school application process. This policy allows for those applicants to distance themselves from a weaker undergraduate GPA which may otherwise hinder them from gaining acceptance into our medical school.

Post-baccalaureate studies in a degree program (Master’s, Ph.D, etc.) in biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics would satisfy the 30 Hour Policy “if” such programs allowed the applicant to attain the required 30 hours of coursework.

MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST (MCAT)

LSUHSC School of Medicine in New Orleans requires every applicant to take the MCAT. The test is administered multiple times during the year at testing centers throughout the nation. This examination must be taken at an appropriate time by all applicants. To apply for the MCAT examination or for additional information,sign onto the MCAT web page: www.aamc.org/mcat

The MCAT must be takenno later thanSeptember 2022, which enables scores to be received by the Admissions Officeby the November 1, 2022 AMCAS application deadline.

AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGE APPLICATION SERVICE (AMCAS)

All applicants must apply through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS). A web application is available from the AAMC's website: http://www.aamc.org/

It is stronglyrecommended that applicants carefully consider the contact information on their AMCAS application.The "Preferred" address listed on the AMCAS application will be used by LSU for any mail sent by US Mail. E-mails are most often sentvia the AMCAS server to the e-mail listed on theAMCAS application. As many campus e-mails may expire during the year of theapplication process,it issuggested that applicantssubscribe toa generic e-mailprovider for application purposes. It is also important that any changes in mailing or e-mail address always be updated through AMCAS.Those updates are forwarded to the Admissions office by AMCAS.

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For informational purposes, the address and telephone number for AMCAS is indicated below:

American Medical College Application Service
Association of American Medical Colleges
Section for Student Services
655 K Street, NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 828-0600

The Association of American Medical Colleges also has a one-stop medical education shop on the Web, connecting all aspiring and new physicians to the services and information they need.
It's home base for everyone with medicine in their future: http://www.tomorrowsdoctors.org

SECONDARY APPLICATION

All applicants must submit the LSU Secondary Application to the School of Medicine. All applicants must be in compliance with the Technical Standards in order to be considered for admission. The Technical Standards maybe viewed at:admissions/docs/TECHNICAL%20STANDARDS.pdf Once the Office of Admissions has received the AMCAS application, the applicants will benotified by e-mail with the web address to download the Secondary Application. All Louisiana residents will be sent the electronic link to download the Secondary Application. The Secondary Application will be sent topre-screened non-resident applicants. The deadline forour officeto receive the Secondary Application is December 1, 2022.

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LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION

It is strongly advised that applicants obtain their letters of recommendation from their school’s pre-professional/pre-med advisory committee. In this case, applicants should follow the pre-professional/pre-med advisory committee’s individual rules and deadlines for obtaining their letters. If an applicant chooses NOT to use their pre-professional committee or is no longer eligible to use their committee, the applicant must then submit THREE letters of recommendation from professors/teachers who have taught them in DIDACTIC classes in science and math. Letters from teachers/instructors of one (1)-hour lab courses or from research instructorsWILL NOT fulfill the required letters of recommendation.

LSUSchoolofMedicinewill participate in the AMCAS Letter Service for the 2023 application cycle.Be sure that you designate LSU SOM-New Orleanson your AMCAS application to have access to your letters under the AMCAS Letter ID you provided to your advisor.Additional letters, while not required, may be submitted for consideration by the Admissions Committee.Letters may also be mailed to the Admissions Office by the letter writer to the Admissions Office, LSU School of Medicine, 1901 Perdido St., Box P3-4, New Orleans, LA, 70112.

If you have been out of school for a short period of time (less than two (2) full academic years), and are unable to obtain a committee evaluation, you should make every attempt to get evaluations from at least three (3) faculty members IN THE SCIENCES in didactic courses from schools previously attended.

It should be noted that it is highly desirable that an applicant not have more than a two (2) year lapse between their most recent coursework and the application year. If you have been out of school for an extended period of time (more than two full academic years), you should still attempt to obtain faculty evaluations. If you are unable to do this, you should get letters from individuals with whom you work. It is strongly recommended that one of these letters be from your immediate supervisor or employer. In addition, you may have letters of evaluation sent from individuals who know you well; however, these should be limited to two (2) letters of reference.

In order for an application to be considered complete, an applicant’s file must contain the AMCAS application, the LSU School of Medicine-New Orleans Secondary Application and the required letters of recommendation or the Pre-Medcomposite recommendation. The deadline for applications to be completed in this office is December 1, 2022. Incomplete files WILL NOT be reviewed.

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FAQs

Which medical school is easiest to get into? ›

Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into
  • University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences. ...
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School. ...
  • University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine. ...
  • University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine. ...
  • LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport.

Is it hard to get into UOFT medical school? ›

You must obtain a minimum GPA of 3.6 / 4.0 on the Ontario Medical School Application Service (OMSAS) scale. The possession of the minimum GPA requirement does not guarantee acceptance. Based on statistics from recent admissions cycles, a minimum GPA of 3.8 is considered competitive.

How hard is it to get into Rutgers medical school? ›

About 66% of applicants with a GPA greater or equal to 3.8 get accepted into medical school.

Is it hard to get into UMD medical school? ›

The average GPA among the entering class was 3.72 in science and 3.79 overall. The average MCAT score was 513. The acceptance rate for the MD, MD/PhD, and dual degree programs is 4.15%. The Maryland School of Medicine typically has an overall acceptance rate of 6-7%.

What can I do to increase my chances of getting into medical school? ›

10 Tips on Getting Into Med School
  1. Get Some Medical Experience on Your Résumé ...
  2. Do Research Projects. ...
  3. Put in Time Serving Others. ...
  4. Choose a Major You Will Excel In. ...
  5. Apply to Multiple Schools. ...
  6. Study Early and Often for the Medical College Admission Test, or MCAT. ...
  7. Learn Another Language. ...
  8. Don't Skimp on Extracurricular Activities.

What is the toughest medical school to get into? ›

Top 10 Hardest Medical Schools To Get Into
  • Harvard Medical School. ...
  • Wake Forest School Of Medicine. ...
  • George Washington School Of Medicine And Health Sciences. ...
  • Warren Alpert Medical School Of Brown University. ...
  • Howard University College Of Medicine. ...
  • New York University (NYU) Grossman School Of Medicine.

Which Canadian medical school is the easiest to get into? ›

Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into in Canada
  • University of Alberta Medical School.
  • Universite de Montreal Medical School (French Language)
  • Universite de Laval Medical School (French Language)
  • Dalhousie University Medical School.
  • University of Calgary Medical School.
  • University of Toronto Medical School.
10 Aug 2022

What is the lowest GPA a medical school will accept? ›

Most medical schools set a cap at a 3.0 GPA. Generally, a low GPA is less than a school's 75th or 80th percentile. You can also review your chosen school's average GPA for accepted students. If your GPA is more than 0.3 points below that average, you can assume the school will consider it low.

What is the lowest medical school acceptance rate? ›

10 Med Schools With the Lowest Acceptance Rates
SCHOOL (NAME) (STATE)TOTAL APPLICANTSACCEPTANCE RATE
New York University (Grossman)9,2432.2%
Stanford University (CA)6,8002.3%
University of Arizona—Tucson9,5632.3%
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine4,2992.3%
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What are the easiest BS MD programs to get into? ›

Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into in 2022
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center.
  • Mercer University School of Medicine.
  • East Carolina University.
  • University of North Dakota School of Medicine.
  • University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine.
  • The University of South Dakota.
  • Augusta University.
  • University of Oklahoma.
23 May 2022

Is it easier to get into med school from an Ivy? ›

However, getting into medical school is tough, and getting into an Ivy League medical school is even more difficult due to the amount of applicant interest in these programs. The good news is that there are proven strategies to getting into top medical schools, as our students have demonstrated year after year.

What percent of applicants get med school interviews? ›

A very rough breakdown of percentages you may anticipate up to this point are approximately 25-40% of our applicants will receive a secondary; of those secondaries, we will likely interview ~50%; of those interviews, we will likely accept under 50% including those taken off the waitlist.

Is it easier to get into MD or DO school? ›

Is it easier to get in? DO programs are slightly less competitive. Firstly, the GPA and MCAT scores for DO admissions are much lower. While the medical school acceptance rates for both DO and MD are around 40-41%, the number candidates for the MD programs is much higher and therefore there is more competition.

Is UMD a Coke or Pepsi school? ›

Also at the beginning of this school year, the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs sent a bizarre email — similar versions of which have been sent out before — reminding colleagues this university is a Pepsi campus, “which means that any and all beverages provided or served on campus property must be ...

Why is the acceptance rate for medical school so low? ›

Why is it so hard to get into medical school? While the overall matriculation rate to U.S. medical schools is at an all-time low, it may simply be due to a larger number of applications from less-qualified students. Therefore, it's important to know the stats with which applicants apply today relative to years past.

How can I make my medical school application stand out? ›

Here's how you can make your med school application stand out from the crowd.
  1. Highlight Your Clinical Experience. The majority of successful applicants have some experience in a hospital, clinic, hospice or other health care setting. ...
  2. Show off Your Academic Chops. ...
  3. Demonstrate the Value of Your Extracurricular Activities.

What do you do if you are not accepted into medical school? ›

  1. First, it's important to remember that you can try again – in fact, most schools recommend applying at least once or twice more. Take a close look at your application and see what you can improve. ...
  2. Attend Medical School Abroad.
  3. Get a Science Degree.
  4. Stay in General Medicine.
  5. Go into Research.
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How smart do you have to be to get through medical school? ›

You have to be smart for sure, probably with an IQ of 125, but equally important is that you need incredible discipline to study. You must be able to spend hours memorizing things and mastering subjects that may seem boring, exasperating, and irrelevant to you.

What is the easiest MD? ›

Least Competitive Medical Specialties
  1. Family Medicine. Average Step 1 Score: 215.5. ...
  2. Psychiatry. Average Step 1 Score: 222.8. ...
  3. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Average Step 1 Score: 224.2. ...
  4. Pediatrics. Average Step 1 Score: 225.4. ...
  5. Pathology. Average Step 1 Score: 225.6. ...
  6. Internal Medicine (Categorical)
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Which university sends most students to medical school? ›

Top Feeder Rankings (by total graduates enrolled)
Search Search in Rank (Total) Institution #MD Graduates Top Med School (#1) Top Med School (#2)
Rank (Total)Institution#MD Graduates
1Harvard University292
2Duke University256
3Stanford University245
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What GPA is good enough for med school? ›

Admissions experts advise aspiring medical school students to aim for a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Dec. 3, 2021, at 9:00 a.m.

What is the cheapest med school in Canada? ›

Canadian Schools Ranked from Lowest to Highest Tuition Cost
SchoolTuition
Cumming School of Medicine$16,063.02
Dalhousie Medical School$23,000.46
Laval University Faculty of Medicine$4,070 (in-province) & $12,550 (out-of-province)
McGill University Faculty of Medicine5,508.09 (in-province) & 17,191.44 (out-of-province)
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Why are Canadian med schools so hard to get into? ›

The doctor shortage—which is real—isn't translating into a significant increase in admissions rates, because class sizes remain limited. There simply aren't that many medical schools and hospitals in the country, nor is there enough staffing and resources to accommodate a greater number of students and interns.

How many times can you apply to medical school Canada? ›

year, up to four times in a two consecutive year period and up to seven times in a lifetime. Applicants can only be registered for one seat at a time. Do Medical Schools look at all my MCAT scores, or only the most recent one?

What happens if your GPA isn't high enough for medical school? ›

How to get into medical school with a low GPA: Do a postbac to show an upward trend in grades. Get a high MCAT score to show academic competency. Have consistent, meaningful clinical experience.

Can you get into med school with C's? ›

In general, pre-med students are advised to retake courses in which they have earned a 'C. ' In reality, one or two 'C's will not rule out medical school for anyone, especially for otherwise high-achieving students.

Can I still be a doctor with a low GPA? ›

Getting into medical school with a low GPA is something that many students think is impossible. But that's not the case at all. In fact, med schools accept students with a low GPA every year. It's really quite common and will continue to happen for the foreseeable future.

What is the lowest MCAT score you can get? ›

Your correct answers in each section are converted to a scaled score ranging from 118 (lowest possible score) to 132 (highest possible score). The scores for all four sections are added together. This means that the lowest possible MCAT score you can get is 472 and the highest is 528.

Which country has the hardest medical school? ›

In general, the toughest countries in which to become a doctor are the United States and Canada, since both of these countries require completion of an undergraduate degree first.

Is medical school the hardest graduate school? ›

Med school requires more stamina and hours in front of the books, but grad school is much more difficult, in terms of intellectual rigor and the concepts presented. It requires thinking on a deeper level. A lot of concepts in medicine repeat themselves, which makes things easier once you get into that way of thinking.

Which Ivy League has a BS MD program? ›

Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine (Providence, RI) Brown's Program in Liberal Medical Education (PMLE) is the only baccalaureate/MD program in the Ivy League.

Can I get into med school with a few Bs? ›

Having a few Bs is not going to get you onto a straight path to medical school. People with GPAs in the 3.0-3.6 region do get into medical school but they're less likely to get in on their first try and it may take a complete overhaul to make up the time.

Which pre-med major has the highest chance of acceptance? ›

According to this data, there are three major groups—humanities, math and statistics, and physical sciences—that enjoy higher admissions rates than others. In fact, these are the only three groups that get into medical school at a rate greater than 40 percent.

Which Ivy League is best for premed? ›

The Best Ivy League Schools for Pre-Med
  • Harvard University.
  • University of Pennsylvania.
  • Columbia University.
  • Dartmouth College.
  • Yale University.
  • Cornell University.
  • Brown University.
  • Princeton University.

Is it easier to get into med school if you went there for undergraduate? ›

The major you choose during your undergrad will not impact your chances of acceptance into medical school. As long as you can take the necessary prerequisite courses for medical school and maintain an excellent GPA, your major will not help or disadvantage you.

What's the easiest Ivy League school to get into? ›

Cornell University

Out of all the Ivy League schools, Cornell has the highest admissions rate: 8.7%. For reference, you should be aware that 84.2% of Cornell matriculants were in the top 10% of their graduating class and 96.4% of Cornell matriculants were in the top 25% of their graduating class.

Do most people get rejected from med school? ›

Applying to medical school is a lengthy, complicated process. That is a well-known fact. Receiving a rejection from a medical school is very common. That is not a well-known fact.

How common is it to get rejected from medical school? ›

Every year, over 50,000 students apply to medical school, but 60% are rejected. What are the best next steps to take after a medical school rejection?

What is a good number of medical school interviews? ›

The MMI typically consists of six to 10 very short interviews that revolve around a specific scenario.

Who makes more money a DO or an MD? ›

MD and DO physicians make comparable salaries when equivalent on factors like specialty, position, years of experience, and location. However, MD physicians earn higher incomes than DO physicians on average because they: Are more likely to specialize, and specialists typically have higher salaries than generalists.

Is there a salary difference between MD and DO? ›

MD Salary: There's no difference! Because training and licensing of doctors is the same in the U.S., doctors get paid the same. For example, an ICU DO doctor will get paid the same as an ICU MD doctor.

Is residency harder than medical school? ›

Clinical grades are usually based on a curve such that only a small percentage of the class can earn them, meaning you have to outshine your colleagues. In this regard, medical school is much more stressful than residency. In residency, the pressure to outperform your peers is an order of magnitude lower.

What major is UMD known for? ›

The most popular majors at University of Maryland, College Park include: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services; Social Sciences; Engineering; Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Health Professions and Related Programs; Communication, ...

Is UMD a dry campus? ›

Resident Life Alcohol Policy

It prohibits kegs, the sale of alcohol, and parties involving alcohol. Students of legal drinking age may consume alcohol in their rooms, suites or apartments only.

Is UMD an Ivy? ›

Originally an agricultural school, UMD is the state's flagship, one of the highest-ranked public universities in the nation, and a Public Ivy (it's also one of College Consensus' Top Green Schools).

What is the easiest do medical school to get into? ›

Easiest Medical Schools To Get Into: A Guide (2022-2023)
  • American University School of Medicine Aruba.
  • University of Mississippi School of Medicine.
  • University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Medicine.
  • Central Michigan University College of Medicine.
  • University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

What is the lowest GPA medical schools will accept? ›

Most medical schools set a cap at a 3.0 GPA. Generally, a low GPA is less than a school's 75th or 80th percentile. You can also review your chosen school's average GPA for accepted students. If your GPA is more than 0.3 points below that average, you can assume the school will consider it low.

What is the lowest GPA medical schools will accept? ›

Most medical schools set a cap at a 3.0 GPA. Generally, a low GPA is less than a school's 75th or 80th percentile. You can also review your chosen school's average GPA for accepted students. If your GPA is more than 0.3 points below that average, you can assume the school will consider it low.

Which medical school is easy to get into in the US? ›

12 Least Competitive or Easiest Medical (MD) Schools Based on Median Accepted MCAT Scores
SchoolMedian MCATAcceptance rate
Marshall University Joan C Edwards School of Medicine, WV5053.44%
Meharry Medical College, TN5031.19%
Mercer University School of Medicine, GA5059.96%
Morehouse School of Medicine, GA5061.31%
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19 Oct 2022

Can a 3.0 GPA get into med school? ›

People with GPAs in the 3.0-3.6 region do get into medical school but they're less likely to get in on their first try and it may take a complete overhaul to make up the time. All of the extracurricular activities in the world won't grant you access to medical school if your grades are not up to snuff.

What is the easiest MD? ›

Least Competitive Medical Specialties
  1. Family Medicine. Average Step 1 Score: 215.5. ...
  2. Psychiatry. Average Step 1 Score: 222.8. ...
  3. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Average Step 1 Score: 224.2. ...
  4. Pediatrics. Average Step 1 Score: 225.4. ...
  5. Pathology. Average Step 1 Score: 225.6. ...
  6. Internal Medicine (Categorical)
20 May 2021

What happens if your GPA isn't high enough for medical school? ›

How to get into medical school with a low GPA: Do a postbac to show an upward trend in grades. Get a high MCAT score to show academic competency. Have consistent, meaningful clinical experience.

Can you get into med school with C's? ›

In general, pre-med students are advised to retake courses in which they have earned a 'C. ' In reality, one or two 'C's will not rule out medical school for anyone, especially for otherwise high-achieving students.

Can I still be a doctor with a low GPA? ›

Getting into medical school with a low GPA is something that many students think is impossible. But that's not the case at all. In fact, med schools accept students with a low GPA every year. It's really quite common and will continue to happen for the foreseeable future.

Which country has the hardest medical school? ›

In general, the toughest countries in which to become a doctor are the United States and Canada, since both of these countries require completion of an undergraduate degree first.

What is the cheapest medical school? ›

Cheapest Medical Schools (MD) for Out-of-State Students
SchoolTuition
Florida State University College of Medicine$32,905.90
Howard University$48,400
Marshall University (Edwards) (WV)$54,772
McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston$26,125
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19 Oct 2022

Do you get paid during residency? ›

But unlike medical school, newbie doctors will get paid while studying during their residency. These newbie doctors know very little about being a resident. The knowledge they have about it might even be myths.

Is a 3.5 too low for med school? ›

Admissions experts advise aspiring medical school students to aim for a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Is a 3.7 enough for med school? ›

In other words, 70% of applicants who have a GPA between 3.4 and 3.6 do not get into a single medical school. For those who have a GPA between 3.6 and 3.8, the chances of getting into a medical school increase to 47%. 66% of applicants with a GPA greater or equal to 3.8 get accepted into medical school.

Is a 3.3 GPA too low for med school? ›

It's difficult but not impossible to get into a top medical school with a GPA of 3.0 or lower if the med school has no GPA requirement. Data from the AAMC shows that acing the MCAT ( a score above 517) and having a GPA between 2.8 and 2.99 results in a 46.7% chance of admission.

Who are the happiest doctors? ›

Otolaryngology

And as of the 2022 Medscape study, these head and neck specialists are the most likely to report happy marriages. According to the CMA, otolaryngologists work relatively stable working hours (at around 60 hours per week) and earn around $318,950 a year after overhead.

Which doctor earns the most? ›

Top 19 high-paying doctor jobs
  • Surgeon.
  • Dermatologist.
  • Orthopedist.
  • Urologist.
  • Neurologist.
  • Orthodontist.
  • Anesthesiologist.
  • Cardiology physician.

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