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A medic is a person involved in medicine such as a medical doctor, medical student and sometimes a medically trained individual participating in an emergency such as a paramedic or an emergency medical responder.

Among physicians in the UK, the term "medic" indicates someone who has followed a "medical" career path in postgraduate professional training accredited by a College of Physicians, such as cardiology or endocrinology, in contrast to a surgical branch of specialisation accredited by a College of Surgeons.


A German military paramedic providing first aid to a wounded soldier during the Battle of France, 1940

"Medic" titled roles include:

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