How To Become A Hematologist
Hematology is a sub-specialty of internal medicine that focuses on studying blood, organs that form blood, and blood conditions and diseases. Hematologists are medical doctors that focus on the prevention, cause, diagnosis, and treatment of blood conditions. Hematologists must complete undergraduate education, medical school, and residency training. Prospective hematologists must receive a satisfactory score on the Medical College Admission Test to be admitted into medical school. Medical school combines intensive instruction and clinical rotations on all the major medical disciplines. Employment of all physicians is expected to grow faster than average for all professions, increasing 14% from 2006 to 2016.