Progress: Working as a doctor in Surkhet
Location of origin: Phoimahadev 02, Nagma Kalikot, Karnali Nepal.
Parents occupation: Father – farmer, Mother – housewife
Siblings: 1 younger sister
“I feel so much happy and proud to and to be a part of DFN. It was only possible to continue my study by the kind support, parenthood and good guidance of DFN. The treasure are good parents and guardians who always motivate and supports in every steps of my medical science career. I feel the DFN and every successful steps of my study are synonymous.
DFN will be immortal in my memory throughout the journey.”
Having finished his internship, Purna has gone on to work as a medical officer in Surket. He hopes to extend his work accross the region in the coming months.
Exciting news from Purna – he is now our 7th Doctor For Nepal, having just passed his final medical exams.
“Finally the wait is over. My final year exam result has been published. I passed the final exam with good marks.
This is a moment of joy. Finally my childhood dream came true. This is because of continuous support of my family and my next family DFN. Everyone is happy by this news. Our community found a new doctor. One day I will share this happiness with my community people by relieving their pain and suffering.
I am always thankful and proud to be a part of our DFN family. Thank you for your continuous support!”
HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to you Purna – you have worked so very hard to achieve your dream of becoming a doctor. We wish you good luck as you start your 1 year internship at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu, before returning as a qualified doctor to your rural community. We are VERY proud of you.
February 2019: I am fine here and hope you all are fine as well. My study is also going good. My result of ‘mid term exam’ of major rotation was good which was published yesterday.Still 2 blocks are remaining for the completion of major rotation. I am working hard for the remaining blocks.
December 2018: Purna writes to tell us about a fascinating case he has been involved with at PAHS in Kathmandu.
“A 12 year Orphan child, initially from Jajarkot (western hilly district) came to our children ward with chief complaints of swelling around his eye, face, abdomen and legs. His father died when he was 2 and few year later his mother also left him. She married another man. But his maternal uncle helped him to stay on in their home for few days. Then a organisation working for orphan children helped him. They took him to Kathmandu and kept him in their orphan centre, and sent him to go school and kept him in their hostel.
March 2018: Purna writes: “Namaste!I am fine here and hope you are also fine there. I am in the last phase of my basic science block and the final exam is soon. So I am a very busy in preparing my exam. In my village Mum and Dad are also fine, and my sister is also doing well. We have no community level postings currently as everything is focused on our the final exams. I will be in contact and send photos and memories after my exam. Lots of love to my other family “DFN”. Missing you all dear sir and mams.”BACK