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How to Become a Pulmonologist in South Africa

Qualifications for a Career in Pulmonology Candidates seeking to become pulmonologists must have completed at least half of their undergraduate studies. They must then complete two years of residency experience, followed by additional time in postgraduate study. A pulmonary and critical care medicine course is available.

In South Africa, how long does it take to become a pulmonologist?

Pulmonologists typically require a bachelor’s degree, a four-year medical school degree, and three to seven years in internship and residency programs.

In South Africa, where can I study pulmonology?

The University of the Witwatersrand’s Division of Pulmonology provides one of the country’s largest pulmonology clinical services. It also runs the country’s largest clinical training fellowship in pulmonology.

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In South Africa, how much does a pulmonologist make?

The average pulmonologist gross salary in South Africa is R2,307,340, or R1,109 per hour. They also receive an average bonus of R119,059. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from South African employers and anonymous employees.


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