Translation:What time does the doctor go to work?
Is it really tho, because at least in my mind they are different. If I live far from my work place I might go to work at 7, but only start working at 8.
Although, I am not sure whether or not @George_Tutor's suggestion would be correct here. I think more as @Carl144 does. I would not, given my personal preference, use "What time does ... start working?" and "What time does ... go to work?" the same way in English.
It depends on the Mandarin sentence though.
I know 上班 (shàng bān) means to go to work. However, I have seen it be used to say: to be on duty, to start work, and to go to the office. Given this, @George_Tutor's suggestion could very well be right.
please accept some minor English mistakes, not all of us are native, like some articles, word order etc unless it changes the meaning