department of general medicine

Department of General Medicine

A general physician is not a specialist in any one field of medicine. A general practitioner provides standard care such as vaccines and physical examinations, as well as assessing and treating a wide range of illnesses and ailments.

At our hospital, we have some of India's greatest general practitioners who are highly skilled and experienced in diagnosing a wide range of medical ailments. To determine the specific problem that is bothering the patient, our General Physicians use a number of diagnostic scans and tests. Our cutting-edge technology and equipment enables for early disease identification, and we have a wide range of specialists who can take over the case after it has been diagnosed. Our staff of general practitioners is extremely skilled and knowledgeable.

Adult patients are treated by general physicians, who are highly trained professionals who provide a variety of non-surgical health care. They treat patients with complex, serious, or uncommon medical conditions and follow up with them until the issues are treated or stabilised.

The majority of their work is done with hospitalised patients, however most general practitioners also visit patients in their offices.

General physicians are distinguished from other specialists by their broad range of expertise. Other specialists limit their medical practise to problems involving only one body system or a specific area of medical knowledge.

A GENERAL PHYSICIAN RESPONSIBILITIES

General physicians consult with patients who have unique or difficult concerns. Patients are recommended to general practitioners by other doctors, usually the patient's own general practitioner.

The general physician's assessment is usually complete, whether the referral reveals one or many health problems. This comprehensive approach enables problems to be identified and diagnostic options to be examined that would otherwise go unnoticed.

Complex Care: General practitioners are highly prepared to care for patients who have complex illnesses with difficult diagnoses. The general physician's wide training allows him or her to diagnose and treat disorders impacting a patient's various body systems. They've also been taught how to deal with social situations.

Procedures: General physicians are educated to perform a wide range of medical procedures in order to diagnose and treat patients with severe and complex illnesses.

Diagnosis: General practitioners have received specialised training in the utility, limitations, and costs of the majority of diagnostic tests. To study complicated diagnostic problems, general practitioners use diagnostic tests in a logical, safe, and effective manner.

Treatment: General practitioners have been trained to evaluate study reports and drug company claims regarding novel medicines. They understand the complicated combinations of medications given at the same time to treat multiple ailments in a patient. The general physician is uniquely qualified to make treatment decisions for patients suffering from complex and serious illnesses.

Pre- and post-operative evaluation: General practitioners are regularly asked to evaluate patients before to surgery.