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Do doctors work 7 days a week?

  1. Do doctors work 7 days a week?
  2. Do doctors work 100 hour weeks?
  3. How long is a doctor's shift?

Do doctors work 7 days a week?

Nope. The work hours usually depend on your field of specialisation and the contract with the employer hospital. In fact, hospitalists (MD Internal Medicine) - which form the majority of workforce in the US healthcare - usually work 7 days on and 7 days off.

Do doctors work 100 hour weeks?

In the U.S. it requires four years of college followed by four years of medical school and, depending on the specialty, three or more years of residency training, a period when doctors routinely work up to 80 hours a week.

How long is a doctor's shift?

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has recently updated the number of working hours of residents to 80 hours a week. On average, a resident is required to work a 24-28 hour continuous shift about 4-5 times a month. Once residency is completed, most doctors choose to work 60 hours a week.

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