Why private practice is the best option in homoeopathy?

patientDr Mansoor Ali

Private practice is the best option than any other job – that gives you more social reputation and financial maturity. In Govt sector or hospitals – they will give you fixed salary but that has limits. But if you have time and dedication, private practice will give you more income and social reputation.

  • A clinician in private practice enjoys an autonomy that cannot be experienced in a hospital based setting
  • Services provided by small private clinics are heavily relied on by significant part of Indian population.
  • Assuring quality service is therefore important on the part of the clinician

Qualified practitioners & institutions in India 

System Practitioners Hospitals Dispensaries 
Allopathy6,70,00012760173795
Ayurveda3,50,655242115072
Homoeopathy2,23,8832167023

So comparing to other systems, lesser number of doctors and dispensaries are in homoeopathy – So India need more and more homoeopathy doctors and hospitals

Which sector is better ?

  • IT – More stress, less life
  • Business – More pressure, more dead money or product, more competition
  • Real Estate – In a great dilemma at the time of recession, more corrupt
  • Doctor – Comfortable as per our convenience. More earnings with less investment.

Which system is better for private practice and why?

Allopathy – at least Post-graduation required, so to study nearly 11 years

Dental – Cost of the clinic, cost of the treatment, lesser number of patients since patient visit to dentist limited as last resort

Ayurveda – more quack practitioners with social acceptability, cost of medicine unaffordable to common man, lot of diet restrictions and difficult to consume.

Homoeopathy – BHMS is enough in-order to get a good private practice, easily administered, cost of clinic and cost of medicine are less than other systems of medicine,

More placement  & More private practice since less number of doctors in homoeopathy

Admission to various courses in India

  • BHMS : 12,000
  • MBBS : 60,000
  • BAMS : 15265

So Homoeopathy doctors are lesser in number comparing to other streams

clinicDon’t worry about the ever increasing number of doctors – India has 6000 births in a minute

In private practice the income depends totally on the effort you put in and your professional reputation. A BHMS graduate working in private sector can earn more than what he earns in government sector. But you have to sit in a clinic at-least  for two years in order to become an established doctor.

Never wait for a Government job, start your practice immediately after completing the course.  You can continue your practice even after getting a job. It is not possible to practice after acquiring all the knowledge, that will take time.

Dr Mansoor Ali KR
Asso. Professor, Govt. Homoeopathy Medical College. Calicut
www.drmansoorali.com, www.homeobook.com, www.similima.com

Also read 

A guide to set up an ideal homoeopathy clinic
http://www.similima.com/a-guide-to-set-up-an-ideal-homoeopathy-clinic/

How to select the best location for your clinic
http://www.similima.com/how-to-select-the-best-location-for-your-clinic/

Why online consultation and websites are essential for doctors
http://www.similima.com/why-online-consultation-and-websites-are-essential-for-doctors/

Air hostess philosophy in clinic designing
http://www.similima.com/air-hostess-philosophy-in-clinic-designing/

Essential contents for doctors’ websites
http://www.similima.com/essential-contents-for-doctors-websites/

How to setup an online consultation/clinic?
http://www.similima.com/how-to-setup-an-online-homoeopathy-consultationclinic/

How to promote your clinic/hospital for getting more patients?
http://www.similima.com/how-to-promote-your-clinichospital-for-getting-more-patients/ 

Survival of a private practitioner in the midst of free treatment programme http://www.similima.com/survival-of-a-private-practitioner-in-the-midst-of-free-treatment-programs/

How to design the clinic right way ?
http://www.similima.com/how-to-design-clinic-right-way/

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