Idealist doctors serve the poor and needy in the remote rura
Nearly 70 per cent of India’s doctors and other medical professionals are concentrated in urban areas, a recent parliamentary panel report noted, pointing to a growing healthcare vacuum in villages where more than two-thirds of the population lives. Mail Today met a number of health experts, who have emerged as rays of hope in the country’s darkest corners. “These are most gratifying days of my personal and professional life. It’s easier to donate money, but very difficult to donate time,” said Delhi-based dermatologist Dr Deepali Bhardwaj, who travels to the remote tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh for 10 days each year.

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