The Department of Community Medicine is well known for its value-based education and contribution to all strata of the society. Through teaching and training, and service and research initiatives, the Department contributes significantly to developing empowered physicians of first contact.

The department of Community Medicine is committed towards improving quality of Teaching and Training in the practice of medicine holistically encompassing promotive, preventive , curative and rehabilitative aspects of disease.

The department is also coordinating other activities included in the National Programmes.

• Health camps and community awareness programmes provide an accurate understanding of curative and preventive medicine to the students.
• The department is involved in various community service in the areas of non-communicable diseases, maternal and child health, geriatric care, and bio-medical waste management.