We, physicians, are the backbone of the health department. We look at a patient's health, making a diagnosis, giving treatments, and performing counseling. As physicians, we have a vast amount of knowledge about diseases and are bound to effectively and patiently communicate with the patient and understand their illness. Along with performing diagnosis, we also have excellent communication and organizational skills because we have to make quick decisions, manage unforeseen situations and work as a team. Our job doesn’t end here as serving humanity is our top priority, and we do our best to treat humans and lead them towards a healthier life.
- taking patient’s medical history, diagnosing the diseases
- giving the treatment to patients
- being aware of new medical equipment and pharmaceutical products
- collecting, recording, and maintaining sensitive and confidential data of patients