and after one year, they are qualified to apply for practicing physicians. After passing the national unified examination, the second year obtains a practicing doctor certificate, that is, a resident doctor; Undergraduates can be promoted to attending physicians after 5 years of obtaining a practicing doctor certificate, and postgraduates can be promoted to attending physicians after 3 years. The only difference is that undergraduates are promoted to the foreign language test for the mainstay,
and postgraduates do not need to take the exam; Undergraduates can be promoted to deputy chief physicians after being promoted to attending physicians for 5 years, while postgraduates can be promoted to deputy chief physicians 3 years after text message service being promoted to attending physicians; Undergraduates can be promoted to chief physician
5 years after being promoted to deputy chief physician, which means that it takes at least 15 years from undergraduate graduation to chief physician. Graduate students can apply for the title of chief physician after obtaining the title of deputy chief physician for 5 years. After passing the review, obtain the title of chief physician; After graduating from the doctoral degree, the attending physician can be assessed, and after 2 years of working as the attending physician, he can be promoted to the deputy chief physician.