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The Tribune September 4, 2001

Date: 22-Jun-2017

Nation’s pride

In the recent past we have seen eminent personalities of our country opting for foreign orthopaedicians for ailments ranging from knee replacements to as innocuous as hairline fracture of a toe. This does not augur well for the doctors of our country who have no dearth of expertise. Maybe the nation’s well-being or pride rests on such knees or toes, but then the pride of the local medical fraternity is also at stake.

The very fact that Indian doctors who migrated to other countries are doing better than doctors of those nations proves that it’s not the talent that we lack, its just a matter of facilities and opportunities provided that brings out the best. Make provisions for better and planned infrastructure, make institutes result oriented with incentives, make rigid quality regulations, and soon we will have heads of states or sports personalities from other nations rushing to India for consultation or treatment.

Dr G.S. BATTU, Patiala

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