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Switching from sciences to medical is possible to a certain level but will depend on the type of courses you are planning to apply for. However changing your field will depend on the levels that you want to apply. For example, if you want to pursue PG courses like M.Pharma, MDS, MS, etc. it will not be possible for you to apply for these courses as you require a B.Pharma, BDS, MBBS degrees respectively.
If you are looking to do a PG course related to medical domain, you can pursue Healthcare Management, Hospital Management, etc. Although these are management courses, they are closely related to Medical field and you will be eligible for these courses after pursuing B.Sc. Chemistry.
However, if you are applying for undergraduate programmes such as B.Pharma, BDS, MBBS, etc., you can definately apply for these courses through NEET and other respective entrance exams as the eligibility criteria for these courses is 10+2.
Following are some courses that offer Healthcare Management: