Today in the morning I visited Combined Military Hospital. From the parking area to OPD, I observed the concerned personnel's passion and commitment to their profession. Everybody was found disciplined and active in performing their duties. This kind of feature was particularly noticed when I contacted the PA of the Surgeon. He behaved in quick manner and helped me courteously.
The second thing that I notably observed was the cleanliness and the state of the art infrastructure. These two aspects of fineness were parallels to western standards. Another characteristic was the availability of fresh and standard food prepared at the adjacent cafeterias and canteens. When I had a glance at the civilian general hospitals in the capital, I found missing all the said above features of fairness and fineness.
I stress why this difference is taking place in the same homeland. I found that only system is making the difference. If management system is active, the features of fairness would be obvious in the civilian health installations. While talking to a staff member in the CMH, I was told that the civilian management activism must lead to the rectification of the loopholes.