In this descriptive study, it is aimed to determine the competencies of physicians according to NCC-2014, to create databases for current educational output, to consider graduate competencies while preparing medical faculty training curriculum and to make suggestions for education. For this purpose, a total of 501 physicians agreed to answer the questionnaire and working in designated military hospitals and military primary care examination centers and residents at Ankara University Faculty of Medicine Hospital were included in the study. The data were collected by the researcher by face-to-face interviews with the participants between 10 March 2016 and 30 June 2016. The scores of the physicians regarding the basic medical practices were collected under six main topics and compared with the minimum levels described in NCC-2014. As a result of the study, 161 (32.1%) participants were adequate in “history taking” applications, 78 (15.6%) participants were adequate in “recording, reporting and notification”, 72 (14.4%) participants were competent in “preventive medicine and community medicine practice”, 62 (12.4%) participants were competent in “interventional and noninterventional practice”, 26 (5.2%) participants were competent in “laboratory tests and other related procedures”, and 25 (5.0%) participants were competent in “general and problem focused physical examinations”. It has been determined that physicians do not receive adequate training in the medical faculty, especially in the field of forensic medicine and obstetrics and gynecology. Curriculum programs should be prepared that will include measures for the development of all application areas, especially the practices determined under the heading of “general and problem focused physical examinations” and “laboratory tests and other related procedures”, where the participants have the lowest proficiency.