In the middle of a busy outpatient clinic a couple of months back, I saw two young men, one after the other, for the same complaint. Both had suffered limb injuries a few months prior, and had developed scar hypertrophy with itching. But that’s where the similarity ended.Continue reading The Leopard and the Bike: A Story of Two Scars
Insomnia or lack of sleep is a very common problem. Most people experience it at some point or the other in their lifetime. Chronic insomnia or lack of sleep over a long period of time can lead to mental and physical health problems such as depression, anxiety, high blood pressure etc.Continue reading Sleep Hygiene: How to Get Good Sleep without Pills
Several of my expat patients are extremely impressed with the private healthcare system of India. They have never experienced anything like it back home! They rave about the efficiency, the cost, and the availability of quality care. Where else would you find a doctor consulting you in the comfort of your home for about the same fee you gotta shell out for a clinic visit back home? They want to know how we’re able to create such a super-efficient system that rivals the developed world in quality!
Here are some of my thoughts, based on my experiences working in India and the US, and my interactions with patients and doctors from around the world.. Continue reading The Guru of Jugaad – What the West can learn from Indian Healthcare
If you want to know what it is like to be a Family Physician in India, take a trip to the Golden Temple, Vellore.
My wife and I utilised a recent invitation to attend a Convocation at CMC Vellore to take a much-needed 3-day holiday. On our way back home to Gurgaon, Continue reading Temple Run: The Story of a Reluctant Family Physician
Ross Clinics and FamPhy present:
Family Physician Acceleration Program
A 2 year Certificate program to help Family Physicians setup and succeed in their own Family Practice Clinic
What if you could have a life you’ve always dreamed of?
– Love and respect of patients
– Excellent working environment
– Opportunity for Continuous Learning and Self-Growth
– A Financially Satisfying Career
– Making a Difference in the world, every day
Yes! It is all possible as an independent Family Physician running your own Clinic!
The Family Physician Acceleration Program aims to help a doctor to start his/her practice by equipping him/her with all the essential skills needed to succeed in private practice. Through close mentorship and support in clinical, communication and business dimensions, we are going to help doctors start their clinics, and become self-sustaining very fast, while maintaining the highest standards of quality care and business ethics!
This program fills an essential gap in the current medical training – we turn Doctors into Value-Based Entrepreneurs!
Applications for 2019-20 Session now open!
Application Deadline: Saturday Nov 10th, 2018
Online Application: https://goo.gl/forms/m8Bb1AM8pjUucrdA2
Not sure what to expect in the program? Join us for an interactive session on Sunday Nov 4th, 2018, 3-4 pm, “Value-Based Entrepreneurship – Learning and Earning in Private Family Practice”. Dr Devashish Saini, Founder of Ross Clinics, and Dr Soumik Kalita, Founder of FamPhy will talk about their journeys as successful Private Family Physicians, and answer any questions about the program. Register for this free session here: http://m.facebook.com/events/21489888…
Got more queries?
– See the prospectus here (pdf): https://goo.gl/jS4dBS
– Go through our websites www.rossclinics.com and www.famphy.com
– Feel free to come meet us in our practices in Gurgaon
– Call or message us at 9990505859 and 9871455291
– Email us at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
We strongly believe that with due mentorship and support, young independent Family Physicians can and will be the catalyst for change in their respective communities, and transform India’s healthcare scenario.
Let’s be the change we want to see in the world!
Dengue Season in Delhi and nearby areas continues every year from August till mid-November.
Dengue is spread by Aedes mosquito, which likes to bite during the day. To keep safe, it’s best wear full-sleeve clothes, and full-length pants during the whole day.
Most doctors in India practice ethically. However, it’s a growing fear among patients that most doctors practice unethically! There is, at present a huge Trust Deficit in the minds of patients when they visit our OPDs and Hospitals.
The Art of Communication and Counselling can help us bridge this Trust Deficit. Continue reading The Art of Communication and Counseling for Ethical Practice of Medical Science
Stress is a necessary part of life. It may even be considered to be a good factor as it temporarily boosts motivation and makes one able to focus and concentrate more on the immediate task at hand.
Stressful situations can be exciting for the challenges presented and increase mental and physical resilience.