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Medic Career

by missyhissy Posted 9th Nov 2019 at 11:43 PM - Updated 23rd Nov 2019 at 12:21 AM by missyhissy
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This download is a custom career. This means that you will need the NRaas Careers mod installed in order to use the download in your game.
This took two years to finally get to a state where I could share it.

The Medic Career is a bit more unique than the other careers I've done. It's got three branches; Surgeon, General Practitioner and Psychiatrist. More on the branch split below. This does not override the Medical career.

For this career to show up in game, you will need the Nraas Careers Mod .
This career was made with Patch 1.69 and is in English and supports translations in Russian, French, Dutch and Brazilian Portuguese. If you're interested in translating this career, there are instructions at the bottom of the page.

The career is based at the Hospital.
There are uniforms for this career. You can edit career outfits with Patch 1.31 and above, so I highly suggest using this feature to give your Sims a uniform of your own choosing. For your male sims, I recommend THESE coats by spladoum
There are 16 Opportunities available, spread across all three branches.
Your Sim may receive a bonus on Snowflake Day if Seasons is installed.
With Ambitions installed, sims may fall ill on a community lot if your sim is present. Your sim receives a boost to job performance if they treat them. Your sim can also be on call some nights.
There is no boss for the top levels of the career.
There are four custom tones; Study Medical Practices, which builds the Logic skill; Comfort Patients, which builds the Charisma skill; Begin Taking Notes, which builds the Writing skill; Research Ailments, which builds the Science skill.
You will need University for this career to work as intended. Ambitions is advised for enhanced gameplay but it is not required.

The Branches

This gets a little complicated, so please make sure you read this before installing!

The career has 2 levels before the first branch split; the Surgeon branch has a further 5 levels; the General Practitioner has a further 4 levels and the Psychiatrist branch has a further 5 levels. Important information about the branch split: The split branch in this career is a little different so please read this section carefully. There are 2 split branch messages that will come up. After your sim completes the Post Graduate Medic level (Level 2), there will be a split branch message. The options are for Surgeon/Psychiatrist or General Practitioner (GP). This branch will actually be asking you to choose between GP or Surgeon. If you choose GP, you have one level (Junior Doctor) before you get an identical split branch message. This is asking you to pick between GP or Psychiatrist. There is currently no known way to get a different message to show up, so this is a little confusing.

In short, if you want your Sim to become a Psychiatrist, they need to pick GP at the first split and Psychiatrist/Surgeon at the second. To access the Psychiatrist path, they must pick the GP path first.

If after reading this you're still confused, let me know and I'll try and explain more clearly.

Join Text ~ Becoming a Medic is a long, studious road but to get this far, you've proven you have dedication. In this job, you'll have many choices to make about your career path but if you knuckle down, work hard and observe you'll have no trouble deciding what aspect of the medical profession is for you.

The Levels

1. Medical Assistant ~ In your last year at University, it's been recommended that you take a job as an assistant in the local practice to learn the ropes of the real medical world. As an assistant, you're going to be keeping the surgery and each consultation room well stocked with instruments to keep the practice running smoothly. You'll be allowed to sit in on consultations with the doctors and as long as you keep your notes in order, and respect that doctor-patient confidentiality clause, you'll be ready for your graduation!
8.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

2. Post-Graduate Medic ~ University is behind you and you feel a sense of pride in how far you've come and what you have accomplished. As a post-graduate, you're needing to get a feel for a real medical environment beyond the confines of the labs at the University. You'll shadow one of the doctors on duty and get a feel for the job. If you're lucky, you may be allowed a patient or two of your own. Good luck!
8.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

Surgeon Branch

3. Ward Doctor ~ Dispensing medicines, changing dressings and taking temperatures. The life of the Ward Doctor is yours. This is the opportunity to work on that bedside manner as you're in charge of one of the wards at the hospital and it's important you know the ailments of all your patients and dispense the treatments accordingly. Be prepared for the occasional nervy patient - you're going to need all the tact and diplomacy you can muster!
7.00am ~ 5.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

4. Surgical Assistant ~ Done are the days of prowling the wards and conversing with the patients. As a Surgical Assistant, you're in the operating theatre more than you're out and in your time, you're seeing a lot of operations take place. Just hand the surgeons the instruments they need, keep them sterilised and you'll have no problem clawing your way to the next step in your career.
9.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

5. Anaesthetist ~ You've grown quite accustomed to the operating theatre and as the anaesthetist, your job has become even more vital to the successful running of the hospital. You've learnt a lot about the various types of anaesthetic and as such, you're expected to administer the correct dosage to the patient. Get this wrong, and it's goodbye medical career.
9.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

6. Surgeon ~ Another day, another round of operations, both minor and major. Everything you've ever observed in the theatre is going to matter now. You've got a team of assistants to help and from time to time, you'll work with the Head Surgeon during important, rare and special operations. You can't ever be too careful in this line of work, so make sure you're well rested before you come into work each day!
8.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

7. Head Surgeon ~ As the Head Surgeon at the hospital, it's become very important that you never make mistakes! You've acquired a loyal, competent team of surgeons, anaesthetists and assistants to work amicable with during your surgeries and as long as you keep up to date with the latest medical journals, you can't go wrong. So sit back, rest for the weekend and smile. You've reached the top of your career and you deserve to take some holiday!
11.00am ~ 8.30pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

General Practitioner Branch

3. Junior Doctor ~ Your first independent role in the surgery! As the Junior doctor, you're allowed your own patients and you've been assigned your own consultation room upstairs, along the corridor and four doors along to the right. It's given you a taste of the life of a doctor in general practice so you'd better make sure you know your stuff.
8.00am ~ 6.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

4. General Practitioner ~ With your own patients, your appointment book gets filled quickly. You've gathered the reputation as a patient and caring doctor and this is something you've come to pride. That gentle charismatic charm pays off and with a little more determination on your part, there seems to be no reason why you can't reach the top eventually. So let's keep going!
8.00am ~ 5.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

5. Head Doctor ~ The Head Doctor doesn't have to work every day. But with the pay rise you've just received, it's not going to matter. The Head Doctor often sees the most patients and routinely refers patients to other, more specialised, doctors for tests and further examinations. Just be sure not to refer all your patients ~ you do still need some to look after!
9.00am ~ 5.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Friday

6. General Practice Manager ~ The Manager in this particular surgery no longer has to see patients but you still choose to as this is your life's work. The practice has been the cornerstone of your career and now the running of it is in your hands and your hands alone. As and when you can, you still see patients and your charming demeanour means the surgery has been voted the Most Friendly in the whole SimCity region. Congratulations are in order!
9.00am ~ 4.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Psychiatrist Branch

4. Psychiatry Student ~ The world of psychiatry has fascinated you since your University days and you've been granted the opportunity to make this work your own. As a student, you're going to study the workings of the sim mind and sit in on seminars and workshops from some of the best psychiatrists in SimCity. So crack open those notebooks and start studying again!
8.00am ~ 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

5. Junior Psychiatrist ~ With the oak desk, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and plush carpeting, you wonder where you are. Then you realise; you?re in your very own office! As a Junior Psychiatrist, you've got your own group of patients and you run seminars every so often to help them cope with their individual issues. However, any particularly complicated issues and you need to refer them to one of your senior colleagues. But at least you're on the ladder!
8.00am ? 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

6. Psychiatrist ~ You've got a loyal group of patients who are delighted with the progress they've made. You've written some books on the subject of psychiatry but have yet to see them in print. But it is clear ~ your career is going incredibly well. You organise seminars and workshops for your patients and they never feel alone in their suffering. The practice manager is very pleased with your methods and success rates. Keep up the stellar performance!
8.00am ? 6.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

7. Psychiatry Practice Manager ~ The practice has been successful and in the last few years, that's been down to you. You've now been offered the opportunity to become the manager and while it means cutting down on the number of patients you can see, nothing stops you from eventually having your own company. The sky is the limit now!
9.00am ? 5.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday



I'm not fluent enough in any other languages to translate, so if you're interested in translating this career into your own language, please download the Language Strings file and open in up in Notepad.
<STR>Translate This Text</STR>

Do this for the entire file, then attach the translation to a comment and I'll update as soon as possible.
The career has been tested but if you do run into any problems, don't hesitate to let me know and I'll see what I can do.

Additional Credits:
Twallan for the Careers mod
The NRaas team for keeping the mods updated
dudeyochill, for the initial thoughts and tests for three branches in a career.
Arsil for his help with coding Opportunities
Victor, SecretX, Lessien Vardamir and Doctsim for the translations

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Age: Adult
Career Type: Realistic
Chance cards: All

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