are charging exorbitantly, they are also not paying income tax. I don't
remember any doctor issuing cash receipt to the patients. The income tax
department should do something to bring them under income tax ambit. Same
is the case of lawyers. In my view each citizen who aspires for all the
facilities from the Govt., should invariably contribute some amount towards
income tax. Leaving aside people below poverty line, rest of them should be
charged a fixed amount towards annual income tax. This way Govt. can
provide better medical and other facilities to the citizens. more
Of course no doctor or super specialists guarantees perfect cure. My father, at 87, was admitted to ICU of a very reputed hospital in NOIDA and after three days of "observation" and hefty billing, the doctors could not find the real problem and on enquiry suggested for a few days more of "observation" When we asked the doctor whether by keeping him in ICU for more days the doctors can pinpoint the problem, the doctor smiled and said " that is in God's hands!" We took him back to home as his life is in God's hands. And by God, he is alive and is of quite a good health even today!
Medical profession has been reduced to business "without risk" Cuts from every conceivable sources, super speciality charges, unnecessary pathological tests and what not!.
Even Ayurvedic treatment is not cheap. Baba Ramdev runs free clinics. Commendable! But the prescriptions the doctor scribbles on the sheet which are available in the store attached to the consultant room runs not less than six to seven hundred rupees. Some patients gets benefit and most others don't!.
This is the sad state of affairs of Medical Profession, which Dr. Fadnavis of the Medical Councis of Inda lauded as the "most noble, and selfless service" which the doctors offer to the public !!
I may be forgiven by those honest doctors, really sincere and doctors with philanthropic attitude who are a rarity in today's context. more
Rabindar Kumari Anand
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