Becoming a doctor takes many years of education and hands-on training with experienced doctors and specialists like Arnaldo Trabucco, who has spent almost 30 years working as a urologist. Arnaldo Trabucco has contributed much to the field with his research and lectures on many different new surgical procedures designed to help patients recover from complex urological diseases and issues quickly and without complication. Dr. Arnaldo Trabucco became a doctor by following these basic steps to a medical career:
- Get a bachelor’s degree. All doctors have to attend medical school and get a good placement for their residency. But first they have to earn a four-year degree in any field to get to medical school. There are now major requirements for prospective med school students, and Arnaldo Trabucco urges prospective medical students to take classes in biology, chemistry, physics, and math before they earn their undergraduate degree.
- Graduate from medical school. Medical school is very competitive from start to finish. It takes at least four years to graduate; and just to get into medical school, students have to have excellent grades from their undergraduate school.
- Get a residency. Earning a spot at the most advantageous residency for each student is very competitive. Once prospective doctors earn a residency, it takes roughly four years of hard work earning real-time experience to get final certification for medical work from the state medical board. Most prospective doctors complete their residency at a hospital under the tutelage of an experienced doctor like Arnaldo Trabucco.
Arnaldo Trabucco has been dedicated to his patients and creating more solutions for their urological disorders for almost 30 years.