National Doctor’s Day 2020 and Health Infrastructure of India

National Doctor’s Day 2020 and Health Infrastructure of India

Health is the first wealth of any species and special for human beings to understandard the universe properly and search and invent new things in nature. On national doctor’s day of 1 st july, 2020, we should understand the significance of the health system and their auxiliary  infrastructure of the nation complete development in every pandemic health emergency.

Doctors are the first degree professional role to run the health infrastructure. We all believe that they are the form of god. We have the highest respect for the health community. 

India needs a strong and large health infrastructure to serve its 1.35 Billion population. On this doctors day we take a pledge to build the world class first degree health infrastructure within 10 years.

Introduction of National Doctors Day

India celebrates National Doctors' Day on July 1 every year, on this day doctors across the country are honored for their relentless service. This day is like a tribute to all the medical and healthcare professionals who have visited patients and done their little thing in public unconditionally.

National Doctors' Day is celebrated in memory of Drs. Bilhan Chandra Roy, former West Bengal Prime Minister and renowned physician. He was born July 1, 1882 and died the same day in 1962, at the age of 80.

Dr. Roy was honored with the nation's highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna, on February 4, 1961. In 1991, India began celebrating National Medical Day in honor of Dr. Roy was the greatest physician.

Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy short biography

Roy was born in Patna Bengal Presidency, British India, in 1882. He first graduated in Mathematics and then studied medicine at the University of Calcutta. With high expectations he traveled to England to join St Bartholomew's Hospital in London but was initially denied admission as he came from the Asian continent. However, after 30 attempts, his approval was finally granted.

The man who was initially denied admission to London's highest institution has continued to be a member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), after graduating in 1911. 

Bottom Line

Indian doctors play a crucial role in the health system of the world. We salute the health community forever. Indian health community and special first degree health professionals reform the indian health infrastructure and mechanism for high quality health facilities accessible to everyone.