An internal medicine doctor is trained to handle medical problems that affect adults. They are experts in diagnosis, treatment, and overall promotion of good health.
So How Does an Internal Medicine Doctor Go About Their Typical Day?
5:00 AM: The doctor wakes up and gets ready for the day.
5:30 AM: According to the video, the doctor takes their breakfast.
6:00 AM: The doctor leaves home and heads to the hospital.
6:30 AM: The doctor is sitting in their office reviewing patient charts.
6:45 AM: The doctor wears a face shield, picks up a stethoscope, and starts crisscrossing various hospital floors to see how patients are doing.
7:30 AM: Sit down and study charts of patients they have just checked on.
8:00 – 9:00 AM: The internal medicine doctor attends meetings.
9:00 – 12:00 PM: The doctor does more patient rounds, then has a lunch break.
12:30 – 7:00 PM: Back to the office to do more work and consultations with other physicians.
8:00 PM: The doctor is done for the day and hands it over to the night team.