Doctor’s movement distracts patient (photos)
Specially, patients from distant areas facing distress amidst doctor's movement.
KATHMANDU: Patients are in jeopardy when doctors in health care facilities around the country discontinue non-emergency services.
The patients were in trouble when the service was stopped at the call of the Nepal Doctors Association.
As the OPD has been closed, new patients and patients who need to return to the hospital for follow-up are unable to receive treatment.
Dr. Bikash Thapa and Dr. Prashant Bidari, who work at Sancho Hospital in Hetauda, were beaten up by the patient’s relatives last Wednesday.
People seeking treatment in general OPDs and elsewhere are in jeopardy as a result of the service’s termination.
Specially, patients from distant areas facing distress amidst doctor’s movement.