From what I’ve seen, the Medical Career is the second most anticipated career in Sims 3 Ambitions followed closely by the Inventor.
And lucky for you, I have all the information you’re going to need so your prepared to dive right in.
Best bet Traits to make sure your Sim doesn’t flunk out of this Career:
- Genius – Kind of a given, don’t you think.
- Insane – if you’re feeling punchy
The ultimate goal of the Medical Career is to get to World Renowned Surgeon. You’ve gotta reach Level 10 – isn’t that always the case?
- Organ Donor
- Bed Pan Cleaner
- Medical Intern
- Trauma Surgeon
- Gene Therapist
- Infectious Disease Researcher
- World Renowned Surgeon
Pregnant Sims can head to the doctor to get doctor-type advice and all that advice can lead to better, more awesome babies. I haven’t found anything about doctors helping with the actual delivery of said awesome babies – though that would be pretty awesome.
Free clinics and vaccinations are show up for you on the community map once you hit Level 3 in the doctor field.
When you’re out and about, don’t be surprised when random emergencies seem to just fall into your lap.
That’s all I’ve got right now. More to come later as I dive into the game more.
If you have any questions, leave them in the comments section and I’ll try to get you some answers.