What is the retirement age for a pediatrician?
There is no mandatory retirement age for physicians. They can work as long as they want, if they are physically capable of doing their job. Ocassionally you see human interest stories in the newspapers about doctors still active in their early nineties.
Whatever he or she wants it to be.
i believe it is 55
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