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Medical pathologist jobs are important in diagnosing diseases. These physicians are experts in the diagnosis and study of diseases.

There are two types of medical pathologist jobs: clinical and anatomical. Clinical pathologists study body fluids, while anatomical pathologists study samples of tissues and cells. Both types of pathologists run tests to detect illnesses and diseases.

Although many pathologists spend their days in the laboratory and don’t have much patient contact, they must still complete a rigorous academic program and residency before entering the workforce. Students who aspire to become medical pathologists must receive their bachelor’s degree and complete 4 years in medical school. An additional 4-5 years of residency are required before students qualify for pathologist positions.

Medical pathologists can work in a variety of healthcare facilities, including hospitals, clinics, government agencies and schools. Prefer to work in a specific type of facility? Visit ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs today search jobs via employer. Regardless of your preference, you can find pathologist jobs that suit your needs at ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs.