Ayurveda doctor controversy: private doctors boycott OPD, patients suffer

Ayurveda doctors have declared opposition to the IMA strike. Doctors at Rishikul and Gurukul Ayurvedic College in Haridwar have said that " they will sit in the OPD for over two hours in protest against the strike and will not charge the patients. "

Dehradun: Private doctors of the state associated with the Indian Medical Association On Friday boycotted OPD. The IMA has decided to go on strike in protest against the right of surgery to Ayurvedic doctors. IMA state general secretary Dr Ajay Khanna said that " 2500 IMA doctors boycotted OPD till six pm on Friday from six in the morning. During this period, only patients admitted to hospitals, corona patients and emergency patients will be treated. "

IMA's National Vice President, Dr DD Chaudhary said that " the forthcoming movement will be prepared at the IMA National Body meeting in Chennai on December 27 and 28. "

" Ayurveda doctors will organize free OPD camp: "

Ayurveda doctors have declared opposition to the IMA strike. Doctors at Rishikul and Gurukul Ayurvedic College in Haridwar have said that " they will sit in the OPD for over two hours in protest against the strike and will not charge the patients. "

Dr YS Rawat, Director of Ayurveda Department said that " by giving the right of surgery to Ayurveda doctors, people will get cheaper treatment. "

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State General Secretary of the Federation of Ayurvedic and Unani Physicians, Dr Hardev Rawat said that " the opposition of IMA doctors is completely wrong. "

Dr Darshan Kumar Sharma, President of the Medical Council of India and Dr JN Nautiyal, Vice-Chairman of the Medical Council of India, have also opposed the strike by Allopeth's doctors.

" OPD closed in private hospitals "

Haldwani: The 1-day strike called by the Indian Medical Association had an impact in Kumaon. All private hospitals in Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar districts on Friday kept OPD closed throughout the day and protested. Due to which patients coming to private hospitals had problems.

But due to the opening of the government hospital, the problems of the patients were resolved to a large extent, due to the strike, some increase in the number of OPD patients was also seen in the base hospital Haldwani and Sushila Tiwari Hospital.

There are more than three thousand OPDs in private hospitals of Haldwani daily. OPD services continued in some private hospitals in the same Champawat district. The biggest Haldwani IMA branch in Kumaon also met during the meeting and expressed its objections.

IMA state president Dr JS Khurana said that " his opposition is not against the Ayurvedic doctors but the conflation of the two fathers. He demanded the government to clear the policy and rules on this issue. "

At the same time, Ayurvedic doctors organized free health camps in their respective hospitals to protest against the strike at IM. Former state president of Neema, Dr Vinay Khullar said that ", the government has permitted for the Ayurvedic doctors to perform surgeries. "

Apart from this, Ayurvedic doctors organized free camps for patients in several other areas of Kumaon including Nainital, Rudrapur.

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Description: Ayurveda doctors have declared opposition to the IMA strike. Doctors at Rishikul and Gurukul Ayurvedic College in Haridwar have said that " they will sit in the OPD for over two hours in protest against the strike and will not charge the patients. "

Body: Dehradun: Private doctors of the state associated with the Indian Medical Association On Friday boycotted OPD. The IMA has decided to go on strike in protest against the right of surgery to Ayurvedic doctors. IMA state general secretary Dr Ajay Khanna said that " 2500 IMA doctors boycotted OPD till six pm on Friday from six in the morning. During this period, only patients admitted to hospitals, corona patients and emergency patients will be treated. "

IMA's National Vice President, Dr DD Chaudhary said that " the forthcoming movement will be prepared at the IMA National Body meeting in Chennai on December 27 and 28. "

" Ayurveda doctors will organize free OPD camp: "

Ayurveda doctors have declared opposition to the IMA strike. Doctors at Rishikul and Gurukul Ayurvedic College in Haridwar have said that " they will sit in the OPD for over two hours in protest against the strike and will not charge the patients. "

Dr YS Rawat, Director of Ayurveda Department said that " by giving the right of surgery to Ayurveda doctors, people will get cheaper treatment. "

State General Secretary of the Federation of Ayurvedic and Unani Physicians, Dr Hardev Rawat said that " the opposition of IMA doctors is completely wrong. "

Dr Darshan Kumar Sharma, President of the Medical Council of India and Dr JN Nautiyal, Vice-Chairman of the Medical Council of India, have also opposed the strike by Allopeth's doctors.

" OPD closed in private hospitals "

Haldwani: The 1-day strike called by the Indian Medical Association had an impact in Kumaon. All private hospitals in Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar districts on Friday kept OPD closed throughout the day and protested. Due to which patients coming to private hospitals had problems.

But due to the opening of the government hospital, the problems of the patients were resolved to a large extent, due to the strike, some increase in the number of OPD patients was also seen in the base hospital Haldwani and Sushila Tiwari Hospital.

There are more than three thousand OPDs in private hospitals of Haldwani daily. OPD services continued in some private hospitals in the same Champawat district. The biggest Haldwani IMA branch in Kumaon also met during the meeting and expressed its objections.

IMA state president Dr JS Khurana said that " his opposition is not against the Ayurvedic doctors but the conflation of the two fathers. He demanded the government to clear the policy and rules on this issue. "

At the same time, Ayurvedic doctors organized free health camps in their respective hospitals to protest against the strike at IM. Former state president of Neema, Dr Vinay Khullar said that ", the government has permitted for the Ayurvedic doctors to perform surgeries. "

Apart from this, Ayurvedic doctors organized free camps for patients in several other areas of Kumaon including Nainital, Rudrapur.

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