Doctor Day

Every year on On July 1st, National Doctors' Day is held to recognise doctors' contributions to humanity's well-being. It is a day to honour those who believe that "Each Life Matters" and work tirelessly to save lives. It is critical that we not only acknowledge their tireless work, but also motivate others to do the same.

The Central Government established National Doctors' Day on July 1st in 1991 to commemorate Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. Bidhan Chandra Roy was born on July 1, 1882 and passed away on July 1, 1962. He was a well-known doctor as well as a well-known freedom fighter. He was Bengal's second Chief Minister for 14 years, from 1948 till his death in 1962

National Doctors' Day has been observed for numerous years by the government and non-governmental healthcare groups to increase awareness of doctors' work. To promote high-quality medical services to the general public, health care groups offer free medical check-up camps at various health care sites and public venues. The rotating medical services of doctors are also encouraged. General health screening test camps, health counselling, health nutrition discussions, and chronic illness awareness are also organised for the impoverished and the elderly

How Can We Contribute on this day?
  • 1.Doctors' Day is observed not just in honour of Dr. Roy, but also in recognition of all those who work in the medical field for their tireless efforts and commitment to patients. Here are a few methods to show your appreciation to a doctor.
  • 2. Personalized Video Message: Thanks to the internet and several video chatting software, you may speak with your favourite doctor from anywhere in the country. Thank your doctor for everything he or she has done to help you improve your health and live a better life.
  • 3.Greeting Cards: Greeting cards have fallen out of favour in recent years. However, this does not take away from the joy that a card may provide. Personalise a card and present it to the doctor.
  • 4.If you dislike flowers or cards, a box of chocolates or nibbles would suffice. You may also utilise a customised cake, cookies, chocolates, or other consumables wrapped in elegant wrapping paper.

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