Indian origin doctors have always created waves of popularity, wherever they go. In the United Kingdom, it is universally acknowledged that Indian origin doctors are indispensable to the functioning of the widely acclaimed National Health Service, the envy of the entire world, including the world’s wealthiest country, the United States. Some of the NHS’s critical operations, like radiology and gynecology, are entirely operated by India’s doctors.
After observing the NHS’s success, the authorities in the States are thinking of replicating it in their country, with a new Universal Healthcare Plan. This is one of the most hotly contested topics in the upcoming November elections. Leave aside Britain, Indian origin doctors comprise approximately 12 percent of the doctors in the USA. If you go to a top medical school in the United States, say, Harvard or John Hopkins, you will find plenty of Indian origin academicians. Leading examples include the famed CNN presenter, Sanjay Gupta, and the motivational guru Deepak Chopra. However, such success stories have been viral since times immemorial. So, what is the reason is that suddenly, everybody is discussing Indian origin doctors.