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Most of us are familiar with MD after a doctor's name. This stands for doctor of medicine and signifies that this person has completed 4 years of medical school. But do you know if your doctor is a DO? And what about the other people checking vitals, writing prescriptions, and filling in charts—PAs and NPs—what type of training do they have and what services can they offer?
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