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Emergency medicine specialists work in emergency rooms or trauma centres and treat patients who need immediate care.
These highly-trained doctors specialize in advanced cardiac life support, trauma care and management of other life-threatening conditions.
Working as an emergency medical specialist is a high-pressure job that requires very specialised skills and quick decision-making capabilities.
NSC or NC(v) with Bachelor’s Degree Pass
Degree: Bachelor of Medicine:
* Post-graduate study: 4 years specialisation: MMed (Emergency Medicine).
University of Pretoria: https://www.up.ac.za/yearbooks/2016/pdf/programme/10250392
University of KZN: https://emergencymed.ukzn.ac.za/research/
University of the Free State: https://apps.ufs.ac.za/dl/yearbooks/361_yearbook_eng.pdf
University of Limpopo: https://www.ul.ac.za/application/downloads/Postgraduate%20Prospectus%202021.pdf
The Universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch run a joint Masters Degree Programme in Emergency Medicine
University of Cape Town: http://www.emergencymed.uct.ac.za/home-399
University of Stellenbosch: http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/healthsciences/Emergency%20Medicine/Pages/Emergency-Medicine.aspx
4 Years Post Grad studies after completing the MBChB degree to obtain MMed (Emergency Medicine) degree.
Emergency Medical Practitioners have many opportunities for usually in large hospitals or clinics.
Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HSPCA)