New Delhi: March 18, 2010
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has three problems with the government's plan to create a special cadre of rural doctors through a truncated MBBS course, but the Health Ministry has refused to yield to its pressure and will push ahead on the subject as planned. According to a top Health Ministry official, a seven-member delegation of the IMA met Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad and apprised him of their reservations over plans for the rural doctors' course. The IMA is the top doctors' association in the country.
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