After the first two years, trainees should complete the FCP (Part 1) Examination and be able to take responsibility for emergency
medical admissions, deal with life-threatening situations resulting from a variety of causes and be able to diagnose and
plan treatment for a variety of common and important medical conditions.
The FCP (Part1) examination does not confer specialist status but qualifies a candidate to register for and pursue higher medical training
The College will ultimately improve health outcomes for the region’s >200 million inhabitants, with a focus on expanding healthcare provision in centres serving the rural population.