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    Pediatricians in Newfoundland


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    Business Listing   Brown Susan MD - Newfoundland, NJ - Phone: (973) 831-1800


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    Helpful Definition for: Pediatricians


    Pediatricians are medical persons who care or treat babies till their young adulthood. Pediatricians are traditionally considered to be members of a learned profession with in Newfoundland, because of the extensive training requirements, and also because of the occupation's special ethical and legal duties. Pediatric medical practitioners in general often work long and inflexible hours, with shifts at unsociable times, and may earn less than other professionals whose education is of comparable length.

    Pediatricians work with other medical specialists and healthcare professionals in Newfoundland to provide for the health and emotional needs of children. Generally, pediatricians focus on babies, children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to age 21 years to ,ease the difficulties of children and adolescents with chronic conditions, foster healthy lifestyles, control infectious disease and reduce infant and child mortality in Newfoundland.

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