“We need to invest in our teaching hospitals”
When we were students, we had role models who came from the Independence struggle. They were morally, mentally and physically oriented to doing their best for the country. In the ’60s, these individuals, like Dr Phadke, Dr Baliga, Dr P K Sen, put in tremendous time and energy in teaching. They spent more than four to five hours every day in KEM hospital, even as Honoraries. I remember Dr. Baliga coming to take a class for us, after postponing a case in his private clinic. Such was their commitment.
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