1. Is to evaluate patients who have illnesses or injuries. This would involve ordering diagnostic tests and interpreting the results of these tests to determine what illness a patient has or the extent of a specific injury, such as a broken bone or concussion.
2. It is the responsibility for prescribe medication or treatment plans to address the patient’s condition.
3.To determine the course of treatment, such as how much medication should be taken over a prescribed amount of time or how long an injured limb should be rested or placed in a cast.
4.He to arrange for as many follow-up visits as they deem necessary to restore the patient to full health.
5.He might also make referrals for patients whom they cannot treat and are in need of specialized care.
6.He also see patients who are not ill or injured but who are seeking to maintain their current level of health.
7.He will conduct routine physical exams that would include vitals, reviewing patient history, discussing any health concerns of the patient and instructing patients on proper diet and exercise habits.