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CMS ED Course in Indore

CMS ED Course in Indore

Providing basic medical facilities through CMS ED Courses

India has a huge population with many interior and rural locations. Most of the people are not very highly educated. So it is obvious that the number of doctors and other medical practitioners is few. With such a lopsided number, it is very difficult to provide quality health care to the entire population. Most doctors stay in the urban areas, thus the rural population misses out on the treatment or medical facilities that are necessary. However, it is not possible to cater to this need for doctors because most people cannot afford a medical degree or devote as much time to becoming a doctor. Thus, there is a need for training or course that trains people with the basic knowledge of primary health care services. The CMS ED Courses in Indore and other parts of the country seek to improve the medical services available to the majority of the Indian public.

Indore, Madhya Pradesh
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CMS ED provides for the establishment of primary medical centers

CMS ED Courses in Indore are designed to train individuals to provide basic medical treatment. The course is of short duration and the fee is also very affordable. People can enroll in this course after their 10th or 12th standard. They receive a DNYS which is helpful in their career. It allows them to set up primary medical centers in rural areas to treat the people there. They also receive training in Naturopathy and Yoga Course to treat patients with natural methods. They can also prescribe 42 allopathic medicines to their patients that have the recognition of the World Health Organization. The course qualifies them as NDs (Naturopathy Doctors) so they can take that up as a profession and set up their own practice too. As more and more people take up CMS ED course in Indore there will be an increase in the number of primary health care centers in rural areas.