No one will come to Pakistan as a doctor. Everyone comes here as a teacher. And we love them for it,” says Dr Zeba, a physician from Islamabad.
“There are hardly any opportunities for specialists. We are not even producing enough specialists to meet the huge needs of our people,” she says.
“It’s a matter of educating them and providing them with opportunities.”
Addressing the need for a doctor’s salary that would be sufficient for a person to support himself, Dr Zeba says, “This is why I say that we are ready to see anyone who comes here as a doctor.”
“We are here to treat patients, not to worry about salaries.
She is not alone in her situation.
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“The government needs to look at ways to establish a local industry and provide employment opportunities for those educated abroad,” says Dr Zahid Sarfraz, former president of the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.
“There are people who walk miles just to see a doctor.
This is how you make more money in Pakistan. It is your bread and butter.
“Even some private hospitals do not offer treatment to patients without proper insurance,” she says.
“There are many people who come to us with open wounds.
“There is a huge need for trained medical staff.
“People are desperate to see a doctor in Pakistan. And they are desperate for treatment as well. What can we do? It’s our job to help people.”
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Health care costs are rising in Pakistan. There are hundreds of thousands of health centers and hospitals in Pakistan that serve the poor. The rural population often can’t afford even the most basic care. Doctors often don’t see the poor, and doctors often don’t send patients to the health centers they are most likely to need. Eric Lam reports from Quetta. ERIC LAM, BYLINE: Zahida Begum brought her 5-year-old daughter to the hospital for an MRI. ZAIDA BEGUM: (Through interpreter) I don’t know anything about the hospital.
LAM: The state hospital is a public hospital with about 3,000 beds. The hospital has plenty of electricity, and you’ll find running water in the building. I meet Zahida in the pre-operation area. She’s helping her daughter to sleep. Zahida has come from a small town, a two-hour drive on a dirt road. LAM: The state hospital is a public hospital with about 3,000 beds. The hospital has plenty of electricity, and you’ll find running water in the building. I meet Zahida in the pre-operation area. She’s helping her daughter to sleep. Zahida has come from a small town, a two-hour drive on a dirt road.
BAHRAINI: (Through interpreter) I don’t know what to expect.
LAM: Zahida has a thick accent from her native south Punjab region in Pakistan’s northwest. She’s a teacher by trade, and her husband is a civil engineer. Together, they earn about $700 a month. They’re on a fixed income. Their daughter has epilepsy. And it’s getting worse.
BHRAINI: (Through interpreter) There’s a great chance that her seizures will develop into cerebral palsy.
LAM: That’s why Zahida is spending thousands of rupees to have an MRI. It will help the hospital figure out how to treat her daughter’s illness. Zahida asks me to give her a hug.
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