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VADODARA: Indian Medical Association (IMA) will celebrate Doctor’s Day across the city Today. various celebrations that will be held across 30 IMA branches in the state.The focus if this year’s celebrations will be the principles that govern the relationship between a doctor and the patients.
Along with the doctors, their families, social organizations and the general public will also participate in the various events. Blood donation camps will also be held at various spots across the state to mark the day.
The IMA will also discuss the issues related to the increase in the cases of violence against doctors and medical establishments. According to the IMA, the society needs to create an atmosphere where doctors can practice with peace and dignity and will allow the medical fraternity to put forward the best possible healthcare.
The focus during the various conferences will also include healthcare issues such as the rate of maternal mortality and rate of infant mortality in the region.
State IMA president, Dr Chetan Patel said “IMA demands that Right to Health be made a fundamental right. To achieve this goal, the government should strengthen the public healthcare delivery system and promote and support the private health sector which caters to 70 per cent of the healthcare demands of our country”
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