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HUMAN MEDICINE

Medicine is one of the


oldest professions, of
scientific condition, whose
humanitarian and
humanistic social function
gives it the highest rank of
approach to the existence
of the Human being, with a
deontological commitment.
Medicine is a vocation for
service, society on the other
hand requires highly
motivated and qualified
doctors.
The career trains professionals
with knowledge, skills and abilities
in the biological, physical,
chemical and mathematical
sciences necessary to perform
integral health care functions,
preventive and promotional
health functions, health recovery
functions and rehabilitation
functions.
SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS
Address health care in
general to conserve human
physical integrity, to watch
over the environment that
surrounds men. Prevent diseases or cope
with them to overcome
them or reduce pain.

Trying to improve and


prolong dignified life
patterns, both individually
and collectively.

Ensure the individual and


collective welfare of the
community.
The most important values of
the human being are life and
health; medical acts are aimed
at taking care of health with
the maximum goal of
preserving life, always within
the highest concept of quality
and dignity.
What is the hardest thing about being a
doctor?

Dedication to others,
commitment to people
and their families. We
must maintain the spirit
of sacrifice,
communicating with
others.
What does it mean that Medicine is much more than a
simple profession or trade, which is a mission?

Medicine does not come to be anything


other than science to alleviate human
suffering that for sure, is not merely
corporal, without it being she who does
it, but an intermediary, an instrument of
his called "doctor".
Duration of the Medicine career

This career is one of the longest in


both public and private universities.
The student must take 7 or 8 years of
study because in addition to taking
classes in general medicine should
choose a specialization, which has
between 3 to 4 years approximately.
This without forgetting that you must apply to
the Marginal Urban Health Service (Serums),
which allows you to work for a year for the
State and thereby accumulate a score.
In this career there are more than 60
specializations, among which we can
highlight Cardiology, Surgery, Dermatology,
Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics,
Gynecology, Nephrology, Ophthalmology,
Traumatology and others.