Welcome to Department of Community Medicine

The Department of Community Medicine is involved in the teaching and learning programs for medical students both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. It also supports part of nursing teaching program. The department is committed to become an excellent community health center in meeting the community needs in term of providing teaching and learning programmes for health care providers in relation to public health and community health disciplines at the certificate, diploma, undergraduate and post graduate levels.

The department is also involved in providing promotive, preventive and curative health services to the community for the health and welfare of the people, through different tiers of health care delivery systems.

Department Motto

The motto of the Department of Community Medicine is to improve the health of the communities we serve, including rural, underserved, and global populations through education, research, outreach, service, and creative partnerships.

— Department of Community Medicine, University of Cambridge

Department Notices & Circulars






We Believe

Food is the best medicine. It was true in Hippocrates Day, and it’s true today. At Functional Formularies, we believe in food as medicine. Whether you are eating orally or are tube fed, we all have a right to utilize this marvelous model of food as medicine.

— Department of Community Medicine, Rajshahi Medical College

Articles and Features in Community Medicine

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Contact Us

The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.

— Thomas Alva Edison

Meet The Team