General Medicine is the medical specialty involved in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the adult diseases, and also the enrolled students are also familiarized with the advanced level with medical science, through experimentation, observation, theoretical knowledge, and practical exposure. The general medicine also focuses on the studying and the diagnosing as well as the treating of the common health problems or the disordered such as nausea, the common cold, and cough.
||2 years, full time/Distance Learning
The course study of General Medicine aims to prepare for the candidates such as :
- The diagnosis and the treat of common medical illness, rare diseases, advances and the technologies in medicine.
- To manage the medical emergencies and to carry out the research and the undergraduate medical teaching.
- To perform the early disposal and the prompt diagnosis and the management of emergencies, the update knowledge, teach and guide the undergraduate(MBBS) students.
Courses and Eligibility:
The eligibility for the course study of General Medicine here are :
||5 1/2 year
||Should have passed 10+2 with 50% mark in Physics, Chemistry, and Bio
||AIIMS, CET, AIMEE, NEET
||must have completed MBBS course with a one-year internship
||NEET PG, AIPGDEE, etc
- Fortis Healthcare
- MAX Healthcare
- Care Hospitals
- Apollo Hospitals
- Meditrina Hospitals Private Limited
- Indian Council of Medical Research
The admission process for the course study General Medicine vary from the institutes to institutes, where some institutes conduct their own entrance exams for admission, while there are also some who select the students on the basis of their score at the level of graduation, completed from the recognized college or the university. Most of the colleges and the universities in India base over their criterion of the selection of the candidate’s performance in the national-level NEET PG entrance examination.
The syllabus and the course study for General Medicine are different college are different, but the general topics here are :
- Applied Basic Science Knowledge
- Diseases with reference to the General Medicine
- Recent Advances
- Bio statistics and Clinical Epidemiology
- Prevention and Social Medicine
The skills required for the course study of the General Medicine are based over the abilities and the personalities which includes the following such as :
- Diagnostic investigation and procedures
- Monitoring Seriously Ill Patients
- Counselling Patients and Relatives
- Ability to teach Undergraduate Students
- Ability to carry out the research
Career and Job Prospects:
|| participates in academia like most other professors' teaching, research, and service duties include administrative work, such as sitting on committees ranging from curricula development to overseeing workplace safety.
||5.5 lacs to 8 lacs
|responsible for studying various kinds of bacteria, which are constantly changing and evolving.
||1.5 lacs to 3 lacs
||responsible for diagnosing and administering general medical treatment to patients in a hospital or through extension services at a clinic, school or other designated place
||2.5 lacs to 6 lacs
|General Medicine Consultant
|| responsible for the diagnosis, treatment, and care provided by Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors (NCHDs) treating patients under the Consultant's care.
||1.5 lacs to 3.5 lacs
||work in hospitals and long-term healthcare facilities, examine and monitor human physiological organs and systems such as respiratory, nervous and cardiac systems, to diagnose and treat physiological disorders and long-term illnesses.
||2 lacs to 7.5 lacs
||diagnose and treat patients of all ages, responsibilities include patient consultations at home and within the surgery, diagnosis, and treatment of illnesses/ailments.
||3.5 lacs to 6 lacs
||provide medical treatment to women, focusing on issues related to the reproductive system.
||2 lacs to 5.5 lacs
||Examine patients and make diagnoses to determine the need for surgery, Perform surgical procedures to prevent or correct injury, disease, deformities, and patient function while adhering to regulatory and ethical protocols.
||20 lacs onwards
Q: What is the difference between the general medicine and internal medicine ?’
A: We’re all primary care physicians, but the biggest difference for the internal medicine doctors are like adult pediatricians, and the internal medicine physician cares for the adults, the family practitioner is also the pediatrician and internist combined into the specialty and cares for both children and adults.
Q: What do the internists do ?
A: The internists do not perform the surgery, when other specialists such as the surgeons and the obstetricians are involved into the patient’s care, the internists often also coordinate and manage the treatment. The internists must also complete the minimum of the 7 years of the medical school (usually 4 years) and of the postgraduate training.