Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech about doctor’s day. In India, National Doctors’ Day is observed on July 1 in honor of Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, who was also the second Chief Minister of West Bengal and was born on that date. Dr. Roy was a well-known politician, philanthropist, and physician.
Since 1991, India has celebrated Doctors’ Day. Healthcare organizations, both government and non-government, would take this chance to express gratitude to physicians.
Hospitals and clubs all around the country host small to large-scale events. The major function is planned at the Doctors’ Day Rotary Club in the state capital Calcutta considering Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy was from West Bengal.
Hospitals coordinate free medical checkup camps for the general public with a number of non-governmental groups. Additionally, there are numerous awards ceremonies and memorial gatherings for doctors.
You can observe National Doctors’ Day in a variety of ways, some of which are: Send your family doctor flowers or a card of appreciation. Explore the evolution of medicine and familiarize yourself with some eminent practitioners. To honor doctors in your community, take part in a local event or organize a small gathering yourself. Make a promise to yourself that you would never, under any circumstances, defame the medical profession.
I would like to conclude by asking everyone to encourage people to value and recognize the contributions that doctors make to society’s general health. National Doctors’ Day is a very important holiday for both doctors and the people they serve. Thank you.