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Mangaluru: Doctors’ Day celebrated at Father Muller Medical College


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Daijiworld Media Network- Mangaluru (SB) 

Mangaluru, Jul 8: Clinical Society of Father Muller Medical College (FMMC) and Department of Biochemistry jointly organised Doctors’ Day celebration on Monday, July 8 at the hospital’s conference hall. 

Dr Alfred Farias, consultant cardiologist from FMMC and Dr Ramesh Bhat, professor, dermatology, FMMCH was felicitated during the event. 

Fr Richard Coelho, director of Father Muller Medical College Hospital presided over the function. Fr Rudolf Ravi D Sa, administrator, FMMCH, Dr J P Alva , dean of FMMC , Fr Ajith Menezes, administrator, FMMC , Dr Malathi M, head of department of biochemistry, FMMC, were present on dais. 

In his presidential speech, Fr Richard, said, “We, the management of Father Muller Charitable Institutions, appreciate the doctors who are serving in Father Muller Medical College and Hospital. By their commitment and dedication FMMC gained a good reputation all around the globe. Majority of the doctors in coastal Karnataka want to serve in our institution once in their life. Some of them who left this institution for various personal reasons and working abroad again desire to join here. It is only because of the doctors who are serving here," 

"Nowadays doctors are criticized, manhandled or dragged to courts. It shows it is not an easy job. So doctors should be more careful over their profession. Before you become a doctor you should become a human being and good communicator. When a doctor communicates effectively patient experiences half of healing from the disease. Hope doctors know this very well and act accordingly.” Fr Richard added. 

In his Thanksgiving speech on felicitation, Dr Alfred Farias, said, "I am overwhelmed by felicitation because I am receiving this by my own colleagues. I dedicate this honour to all my collegues because they are behind all my achievements. Secondly this honor affirms the ethics and commitment which I have towards my profession. I thank you all who stood with me in various stages of my career. FMMC always produces humanity filled doctors and they never think this profession is a business. I wish all the best to all colleagues and one day they will also get felicitation like me.” 

Dr Avinash S S , president , Clinical Society welcomed the gathering. Dr Ramalinga Reddy, secretary ,clinical society rendered vote of thanks.

 

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    Great day and honor to those who works for our good health.Congratulations and all the best.

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  • VALERIAN RODRIGUES, UJIRE

    Tue, Jul 9 2019

    DOCTORS ARE A HEART OF EVERY ONES LIFE.IF ANY FEARS FEELS IN BODY THEN WE REMEMBER DOCTORS.REALLY GOD IS WITH DOCTORS.GOD CREATES US.DOCTORS SAVES US.FROM CHILDHOOD TILL OLD AGE WE ARE WITH THE DOCTOR.HATS OFF THE DOCTOR.CONGRATULATIONS.LET US PRAY FOR THEM.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Mon, Jul 8 2019

    It was a great day to honor such outstanding doctors on this 'DOCTORS DAY'. Father Muller Medical College is in outstanding institute in Mangalore serving many in the medical fields. I and my wife worked for 30 long years in different hospitals and retired happily and blessed by God with a daughter, son-in-law, and son who are settled in New York. My only prayer that all should make the best use of their careers in whichever field they are. Life is becoming tough as the days, years pass by.

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