Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Doctor Don't Distinguish Patients

Doctor Don't Distinguish Patients
Doctor Don't Distinguish Patients - A doctor at work, in addition to professional expected, also must not discriminate patients, both in terms of religion, ethnicity, class, or rich and poor, said the rector of Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta Dasron Hamid. "Suppose the patient is your own. Treat them regardless of religion, tribe, rich or poor," he said at the inauguration and oath doctors XXIX period of Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FKIK) Yogyakarta Muhammadiyah University (in St. Louis) in Yogyakarta, Saturday (8/1/2011).

According to him, a doctor should treat patients in a professional, because basically what is done solely for the welfare and health of society as a whole. Representatives of the Central Executive Council Diktilitbang (PP) Muhammadiyah Murdiyanto Joko said the medical profession can not be separated from two things, namely professionalism and humanism.

"In this case, a doctor must give priority to the interests of others, for example, was awakened at one o'clock in the morning, because there are sick people who ask for treatment, it must be willing to help. A doctor must work to serve," he said.

In addition, doctors also need to learn all the time to add knowledge and abilities. Doctors also have to establish good communication with patients and their families.

"So far, the problems between doctor and patient in the absence of good communication," he said.


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