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Resident doctors strike update against National Medical Commission Bill

 

Resident doctors strike update: Services at private hospitals in India are likely to be hit on Tuesday as the Indian Medical Association has called for suspending routine services for 12 hours in protest against the National Medical Commission Bill, which seeks to replace Medical Council of India with a new body. The bill is likely to be debated in Parliament on Tuesday. OPDs of private hospitals may be hit but emergency and critical services will be open, officials said.
The bill also proposes to allow alternative medicine graduates to practise allopathy after completing a “bridge course”. In response to the doctor’s strike, the Union health ministry said it has written to all Centre-run hospitals such as Safdarjung, Ram Manohar Lohia, AIIMS and Lady Hardinge Medical College, to make necessary arrangements to ensure that patient care and emergency services are run smoothly.

Resident doctors strike News No. 1 : Private hospitals too join protest

Private hospitals join protest

Resident doctors strike News No.2 : Doctors stand united for safe working environment

Doctors stand united

Resident doctors strike News No.3 : AIIMS doctors come to work wearing helmets

AIIMS doctors wearing helmets

Resident doctors strike News No.4 : Despite MARD appeal, doctors continue strike

doctors continue strike

Resident doctors strike News No.5 :  due to failure of health system

Attacks on doctors

 

Resident doctors strike News No.6 : IMA joins mass leave; OPD bandh may cripple pvt. services

 IMA joins mass leave

Resident doctors strike News No.7: Resident doctors refuse to resume work

Resident doctors refuse to resume work

Resident doctors strike News No.8: Bombay High Court directs hospital managements to take disciplinary action

Bombay High Court take disciplinary action

Resident doctors strike News No.9: PIL at Bombay HC wants docs to call off strike

Doctors to call off strike

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