Health – The next generation of doctors who emerged from the war with Kovid

Shahjahanpur. The next generations of the city’s famous doctor families also appear as warriors during this Corona period. In the troubled Corona era when people like to stay in their homes, these promising youngsters are looking for ways to use their intellect and education. The town’s distinguished doctor, Vijay Pathak, the daughter and daughters of Dr. Ravi Mohan, were wholeheartedly in the fight against Corona. Kovid serves patients with the wishes of their parents.
Dr. Kartikeya Mohan, son of senior homeopathic doctor Dr. Ravi Mohan and Sangeeta Mohan, did a year-long internship at Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Hospital in Lucknow after receiving the MBBS from Padma Shri Dr. DY Patil Medical College in Pune. After that year came Shahjahanpur. He joined Government Medical College on May 6th in the Corona era. Due to the Corona period, when the father asked to take up his service after a short time, Karthikeya said that someone’s son would take up his service. Dr. Karthikeya’s assignment was first placed in the holding area of ​​the medical college. After that, he started working in Kovid’s isolation ward. Karthikeya, like his parents, is interested in social services. Sister Dr. Vartika Mohan is Senior Resident at KG Somaiya Medical College and Hospital in Mumbai.
Both the son and daughter of the town’s respected doctor, Vijay Pathak, are busy tending to the covid patients. Son is doing an internship at the Kovid Ward of Kanpur Medical College after completing an all-time MBBS. At the same time, daughter Soumya Pathak was doing an internship there after completing MBBS at Tirthankar University in Moradabad. During this time he worked in the Kovid parish. When Dr. Soumya came home after the internship, the father asked for a plan. In doing so, Soumya expressed her desire to serve the covid patients. With the consent of father Dr. Vijay Pathak and his family began serving Soumya in the Kovid Ward of Varun-Arjun Medical College. Dr. Vijay Pathak says it is okay for there to be danger outside, but warriors cannot sit at home during war. Dr. Soumya also works with full service for the patients. conversation

Shahjahanpur. The next generations of the city’s famous doctor families also appear as warriors during this Corona period. In the troubled Corona era when people like to stay in their homes, these promising youngsters are looking for ways to use their intellect and education. The town’s distinguished doctor, Vijay Pathak, the daughter and daughters of Dr. Ravi Mohan, were wholeheartedly in the fight against Corona. Kovid serves patients with the wishes of their parents.

Dr. Kartikeya Mohan, son of senior homeopathic doctor Dr. Ravi Mohan and Sangeeta Mohan, did a year-long internship at Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Hospital in Lucknow after receiving the MBBS from Padma Shri Dr. DY Patil Medical College in Pune. After that year came Shahjahanpur. He joined Government Medical College on May 6th in the Corona era. Due to the Corona period, when the father asked to take up his service after a short time, Karthikeya said that someone’s son would take up his service. Dr. Karthikeya’s assignment was first placed in the holding area of ​​the medical college. After that, he started working in Kovid’s isolation ward. Karthikeya, like his parents, is interested in social services. Sister Dr. Vartika Mohan is Senior Resident at KG Somaiya Medical College and Hospital in Mumbai.

Both the son and daughter of the town’s respected doctor, Vijay Pathak, are busy tending to the covid patients. Son is doing an internship at the Kovid Ward of Kanpur Medical College after completing an all-time MBBS. At the same time, daughter Soumya Pathak was doing an internship there after completing MBBS at Tirthankar University in Moradabad. During this time he worked in the Kovid parish. When Dr. Soumya came home after the internship, the father asked for a plan. In doing so, Soumya expressed her desire to serve the covid patients. With the consent of father Dr. Vijay Pathak and his family began serving Soumya in the Kovid Ward of Varun-Arjun Medical College. Dr. Vijay Pathak says it is okay for there to be danger outside, but warriors cannot sit at home during war. Dr. Soumya also works with full service for the patients. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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