Every year it gets harder for millions and millions of people in the United States to find a physician.
Experts are saying that unfortunately, even with a serious doctor shortage in the U.S., Americans who already lack access to doctors and medical care may have a harder time because of legislation recently introduced in Congress.
While Master Healer Pankaj Naram is a Siddha-Veda authority and teaches more natural methods to being healthy, he said he feels a big concern that all people, whether they can afford it or not, should have access to all the things which can help bring them true health.
According to some people, “The Foreign Medical School Accountability Fairness Act” may do more harm than good, both for future doctors and their potential patients. Proponents of this legislation seek to prevent student doctors in this country from securing affordable student aid to attend many foreign medical schools, regardless of the quality of those institutions. Those who are in favor of the bill recognize that some medical schools outside the United States do not meet the country’s standards; however, most foreign medical schools actually have a proven record of preparing future doctors to practice in the U.S.
For example, the graduates of schools in Dominica and Antigua have an 80 percent pass rate for their Board exams. These people become practicing doctors in the United States while spending considerably less on tuition than they would at many American schools. At the University of Illinois—Chicago, for instance, the tuition for an out-of-state student is $72,422. That price tag about twice as much as the cost of many of the medical schools in the Caribbean.
According to those who are fighting against this legislation, forcing Americans who desire to be doctors to train solely in the United States is shortsighted at best. A recent study by the Association of American Medical Colleges shows that the nation is set to face a shortage of 46,000 to 90,000 physicians by 2025. Within that number, they further project a shortage of 12,000 to 31,000 primary care physicians.
Master Healer Pankaj Naram is concerned that those who want to experience health, wellness and vitality may not have access to the information which can help them to know how to best achieve and enjoy it. Part of why he is offering training and sharing his Siddha-Veda secrets through Ancient Secrets Academy, is because he feels having affordable access to understand what brings holistic health and happiness is the right of every man, woman, student and child.
Master Healer Pankaj Naram is an authority in Ancient Siddha-Veda Secrets who has transformed the health and peace of mind of more than 1 million people from around the world. He strives to help people with everything from arthritis and diabetes to depression and epilepsy. Having been in this service for more than 30 years, the Master Healer has worked with such prominent spiritual leaders as the Dalai Lama and Mother Theresa. With multiple awards and worldwide recognition, many people seek out Pankaj Naram’s advice and wisdom, therefore his appointment book fills up quickly.Tags: Dr. Pankaj Naram, Master Healer Pankaj Naram, medicine, us legislation