Doctors Day 2022

Doctors’ Day at MPM Hospital

In order to thank and salute the global heroes who emerged in white-coat to save humankind from the deadly virus, this year’s National Doctor’s Day on July 1 becomes more significant. This special day is celebrated to thank them for their immense contributions to mankind. Since 1991, National Doctor’s Day has been celebrated across the nation every year. This day is celebrated on different dates across the world.

Doctors Day 2022 At MPM Hospital

Today in MPM Hospital also the Doctors’ Day was celebrated will full joy and happiness Director Rev. Fr. Tom Arackal address the gathering and said National Doctors’ Day was first observed in order to pay respect to the legendary physician and Bengal’s former Chief Minister, Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy, to recognize and appreciate his contributions in the field of medicine. This day is only celebrated to acknowledge the role of doctors in the progress of the nation. A doctor is bestowed with the eye to see and treat weakness in mankind. He is the one who can give us hope when we are in doom. Only a doctor is blessed with the magical powers to treat a life, to bring health into our lives and to be there with us when we have lost all the hopes. Thanks to the doctors for letting us have the opportunity to lead a healthy and risk-free life! Our society owes them a lot. This world has become a better and healthier place to live in with doctors bringing the joy of health and goodness to our lives. On this occasion of doctors’ day from this stage I also like to thank the district administration for their valuable support and guidance during these days.

The chairman of the MPM Hospital His Excellency Bishop Rt. Rev. Dr. Joseph Kollampramabil CMI while addressing the gathering he said the doctor is one who instead of thinking about them; they have put the nation first and chose to save India. You are more than just a doctor, you are a friend and guide too, so, here’s a special wish coming your way. It is certainly not easy to be a doctor because you have to think of your patients before yourself. We are grateful to medical fraternity, frontline workers for going above & beyond the call of duty to alleviate human sufferings.  “May your days be wonderful and healthy like you make it for others. I want to thank you for this Doctor’s Day.

“You are an incarnation of God to others.”