Community Medical Services & Essential Drugs (CMS & ED)
CMS & ED Diploma is known as Community Medical Services & Essential Drugs. It is a certificate for primary health care by general Allopathic medicines, which are recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for primary health care. The Hon. Supreme court has given an order that CMS-ED Diploma holder can run medical practices for Primary Health Care Qualification: 10th (English Compulsory ). This course is conducted by All India Primary Health Care. This course is conducted by the WHO. Allopathic government is recognized for first aid by around 42 general medically qualified doctors. In which you can work as a primary health worker based on the decision of the Honorable Supreme Court. You cannot give allopathic medicine without a degree. However, if you give allopathic medicine to the patient, you will be considered an untrained physician, so you may also be humiliated. If you want to avoid being humiliated, you should do a CMS and ED course so that you have the Supreme Court and the CMO of your district. Under this, you can easily treat with allopathic medicine.
· You are informed that only allopathic MBBS doctor can give Prescribe allopathic medicine.
· You do a CMS and CD course and then according to the WHO you can treat general medicine patients.
· There is no requirement of any kind for this, we are eligible by the Honorable Supreme Court.
· CMSED is conducted only by the World Health Organization. This CMS&ED course is run by WHO certified All India Primary Health Care.
Course Duration : 18 Months
Eligibility : 10th or Higher, Rural Doctors, RMP, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BSMS, BEMS, BNYS, BPT, DPT, B.Pharma, D. Pharma,DNYS, Degree/ Diploma in Alternative Medicines, Paramedical, Nursing, Naturopathy, Dental etc.
Fees : [Course Fee + Council Registration] : Rs. 40,000/-
Medium of Instruction : English/Hindi
Syllabus : Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Preventive & Social Medicine (PSM), Practice of Medicine, Health & Hygiene, medical Jurisprudence.
Benefit of Course : After completion of CMS diploma course anybody can start his/her medical practice in rural area and can use allopathic medicines recommended by world health organization (WHO) for primary health care, as per the judgment of Honorable Supreme Court of India.