The DLSUMC Department of Family and Community Medicine teaches its residents to learn and apply the bio-psychosocial paradigm approach where biomedical concerns are addressed as well as the psychosocial factors which also influence the wellness/illness of an individual and family.
The Residency Training Program of the department is governed by the Philippine Academy of Family Physicians (PAFP) and follows its mission and vision and as such, the training program sees to it that it observes the current goals of the Academy. With this in mind, the training program ensures that such challenge be observed in the program designed for the Residents.
At present, the department has seven (7) consultants and five (5) residents.
- Hospice and Palliative Care
- Occupational Medicine
- Preventive Care/Wellness
Last updated on May 8, 2020