Surgery beyond scalpels – Healing with heart

Getting on a transformative medical journey, Dr. Alam Verka from Sukhpartap Hospital shares insights into the dynamic intersection of surgery, leadership, and patient care. From embracing laparoscopic innovations to prioritizing authenticity in patient interactions, he talks about the human touch driving advancements at his establishment.

How do you balance your roles as a general and laparoscopic surgeon with being a hospital owner?

Balancing my roles as a general and laparoscopic surgeon while being a hospital owner can be quite hectic. The key is staying disciplined and maintaining probity towards my patients. Being punctual is crucial, but the genuine commitment to patient care keeps me going. The challenges are worth it when I see the positive impact our hospital has on people’s lives.

What has been the biggest challenge in your journey so far?

The most significant challenge in my journey has been the dedicated ten years invested in medical education yet finding myself still in the establishment phase. The path has demanded relentless effort, often pushing the boundaries of patience and perseverance. Despite the challenges, the journey has been a testament to the passion and commitment that drives me in the pursuit of making a meaningful impact in the field of medicine and healthcare.

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