Express gratitude to the State and the people

Qualified healthcare professionals play a vital role in providing effective medical care to patients. The Department of Human Resources for Health oversees the training and education of medical doctors, nurses, midwives, and other healthcare personnel, ensuring a steady supply of skilled individuals to serve the healthcare needs of the nation.
Every year, medical universities in Yangon, Mandalay, Taunggyi, and Magway produce hundreds of students who undergo internships at teaching hospitals. In July 2023, a total of 604 medical students began their internship courses, paving the way for their future roles as assistant surgeons.
Under the Department of Human Resources for Health, these medical universities have consistently produced a significant number of healthcare professionals. To date, they have trained 47,337 medical doctors, 5,437 dentists, 4,222 pharmacists, 4,529 medical technologists, 9,496 bachelor of nursing science graduates, and 2,366 community health professionals. These dedicated individuals have embraced medical careers based on their aptitude, educational achievements, personal interests, and the support of their families.
Regardless of their chosen path, all healthcare professionals are committed to providing meticulous care and treating patients with compassion. Such professional ethics align with the universal moral principles that underpin a virtuous society.
Following their professional ethics, medical doctors are required to serve in government healthcare facilities. This ensures the provision of effective healthcare services to diverse communities and enables these professionals to gain practical experience, tackle medical challenges, and pursue advanced studies to achieve their goals. Since the government invests substantial resources in their long-term training, it is expected that these medical graduates repay their debts of gratitude to the State and the people by delivering high-quality healthcare services.
Serving as a medical doctor should be a source of pride. Their noble profession focuses on healing and preserving the health of the people. With the support of the State, these professionals must continuously enhance their skills and knowledge to provide more effective and potent treatments. Surgeons, in particular, dedicate their lives to serving the people, sacrificing their youth, talent, skills, and expertise to prevent and treat diseases in society.
In conclusion, healthcare professionals need to express their gratitude to the State and the people by fulfilling their obligations and delivering effective healthcare services. The government’s investment in their education and training warrants their commitment to serving the nation. By upholding the principles of their noble profession, healthcare professionals can make a significant impact on the well-being of the population, fostering a healthier and happier society.

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