I have studied 14-16 hrs a day .At times much more.
I have worked relentlessly for 36 hrs. I have not slept for hours to take care of unknown people.I have experienced the saddest moments of my life when I have lost a patient.I have experienced happiest moments of life when I could save a gravely ill patient.I gave up a lot of pleasures of my life to reach to this level.I took no hesitation in cleaning the dirtiest of wounds ,stool n urine of patients.I have put in my heart and soul into my profession.I do not get any special concessions or support from the government.I have a family and a right to good living too.I take pride in being a doctor...one who is there for all irrespective of caste,class,creed,religion or status..PLEASE DO NOT BELITTLE MY PROFESSION ..I'm still in India to serve inspite great opportunities abroad itself shows my love and loyalty to my country....Value it before it's too late to find good dr in future in country.God save this country.
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I started writing early, but compulsions in life took over, and I moved from the world of literature to the world of medicine. Medicine in itself is a very engrossing field, and though it kept me tied up, the sensitive side of a writer developed in those years as I experienced pain, suffering, and grief. It taught me compassion and became an outlet in my tense moments. I was always fascinated by surgery, but “general surgery” was mostly a male domain back then, so I took to obstetrics & gynaecology.
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Dr. Das Mahapatra is an amongst the best and reputed Gynecologists & Obstetrician in Kolkata with more than 20 years of experience. He is also counted as best laparoscopic surgeon and popular infertility specialist in the city. He completed his MBBS in 1988 from Nil Ratan Sirkar Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata and pursued MS in Gynaecology & Obstetrics from Patna Medical College in 1993. He provides treatment for Fibroids, Hysterectomy, High Risk Pregnancies as well as In-Vitro fertilization - Embryo Transfer (IVF - ET).
A friend forwarded this email to me. I think it's worth sharing and hope it will nudge you into treating your doctor with a little more kindness.
Every doctor wants to do good to his patient and also live a decent life. After a lifelong meritorious career, why should he be expected to toil in villages / rural areas without any rewards for it? Why should he not want his kids to go to the best schools? Why should he not want a decent lifestyle? Why should one give up a lucrative career in the west and return to the homeland feeling patriotic, to just be told that in your own country you are doomed to a life of sacrifices just because the society expects so