Adequately and approximately diagnose, manage and treat common problems faced in the primary health care field.
Demonstrate the appropriate attitude of a caring physicians; dedicated to developing good relationship with patients, families, and the community, meeting their needs and recognizing their expectations.
Provide effective comprehensive and continuing health care for individuals families and the community through the development of excellent problem solving skills.
Apply acceptable principles and practices related to health service planning, organization, administration, research, and quality assurance (Q.A.) at the primary health care delivery system.
Through a system of referral/or consultation, serve as a point of entry into the secondary/or tertiary health care system, and use these systems effectively and efficiently.
Determine the disease patterns of the community and subsequently implement and evaluate the most cost-effective anticipatory care programs (prevention and/or health education).
Promote the autonomy of the individual, the Family and the Community by providing continuous health education aimed at improving health status at these levels.
Recognize the social, cultural and psychological factors which influence health and disease and apply principles of medical ethics.