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    Hello everybody

    I hope this message finds you well !

    I'm a Brazilian guy who completed a BSc of pharmacy in Brazil , then graduated with a MSc cardiovascular sciences from UK in 2015.
    the reason that I chose this course is that it is my passion to work in a hospital and treat patients as well as to take a care of them since I have a history of heart diseases in my family as well as I see and feel their suffer everyday.

    So, my question is that :
    is there any way, program, or course that will help me to be trained and registered as a cardiologist and gives me the opportunity to work in the hospital?

    Kind regards,
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    https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/exp...-and-interests

    Basically, not unless you do a medical degree. Cardiologists are doctors, you are not a doctor as you don't have a medical degree.
 
 
 
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