Main Question or Discussion Point
What are some medical jobs that someone with a BS in physics could take?
I think they could also apply to anything that ends with the word technician. You'll probably need to look into certifications for things like lab tech and what not.Administrative assistant? Pallet mover? Janitor?
Maybe someone else can think of something better, I believe just about any medical job will require additional training, likely extensive.
What about sales of medical equipment? If you consider that a medical job, a BS in physics might qualify for a few (but not most) of such jobs.
This isn't a bad idea if they really want to be a doctor. Also, everyone I know that went to med school had to take a year each of biology, general chem., and organic chem. Many took biochemistry, genetics, and perhaps other classes as well. So there could be classes to make up if the OP didn't already take all of these.I think they could also apply to anything that ends with the word technician. You'll probably need to look into certifications for things like lab tech and what not.
Most of the certs wouldn't be too difficult for a physics major to accomplish.
Why not apply to med school?