Inspiring Story Of A 91-Yr-Old Lady, Who Has Been Treating Her Patients For Free Since 1948

The Logical Indian Madhya Pradesh

February 20th, 2016 / 5:37 PM

Source: Zee News

At the age of 91, when almost everyone who can afford takes retirement from their job, we have Dr. Bhakti Yadav who still treats her patients. She has been treating her patients for free since 1948.

Being a gynaecologist, she serves the rural women from Madhya Pradesh and nearby states. In last 68 years, she has helped in delivering thousand of babies. She is first female MBBS doctor from Indore.


 

The Logical Indian community salutes her for the dedication with which she serves the humanity. She is a star for us.


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