Doctors in the Philippines

Are Pinoy Medical Doctors Quacks?

Every year doctors in the Philippines convene to update their medical profession along with changing times and how to improve their health advocacy and serve their patients better. This annual convention of physicians in the Philippines is known as the Philippine College of Physicians. Its latest sessions was held last May 1 to 4 at the SMX Convention Center Mall of Asia, that tackles how to help physicians in the country get the right diagnosis and correct prognosis of their patients which indeed somewhat intriguing because it implicitly says that medical doctors in the Philippines are quack doctors that practice a “guessing style” of diagnosis and treatment. Moreover, it also justifies the reason why some patients being admitted on medical hospitals never get recovered but succumb into mysterious untimely death though the illness of the patients is not horrifying. For once, the patient is confined in the medical hospital, the medical doctors gave the patient a lot of surprise diseases that will shock the patient and the patients beloved ones and persuade the patient that he or she should took this or that pharma-drugs and do this test, etct.etc., until it leads away the patient from the primal illness it complain and concentrated on the complicated multiple diseases the medical doctor reveal to the patient which leads eventually to “no recovery” at all but only “complicated illnesses” that will end up on untimely death of the patients.

What's Up Doc-kies?

What's Up Doc-kies?

So now, this annual convention speaks the reality that medical doctors in the Philippines no matter how professional they are lacks real knowledge that will surely cure or heal their patients but just relying on medical disciplines they learn from their medical college syllabus. These medical doctors grope in the dark knowledge of western-style medication and disciplines though it has already proven to be erroneous and not helpful in curing illnesses of their patients. For recent health studies shows or reveals that eastern-style of medication and discipline that is the natural and herbal medication proves to be more effective and safe and have highest chances to make the patients recover quickly from their illnesses.

PCP

PCP

Therefore, the sessions on the yearly Philippine College of Physicians to improve the expertise and specialties of medical doctors in the Philippines makes no sense at all and there is no improvement actually in terms of quickly healing or curing the ill patients but the other way around- that is these medical doctors in the Philippines have improve in killing their patients fast and expensively (this has been proven many times though I don’t have links to show to you) actually though they may deny it but it is true. Ask a Pinoy victims of these medical malpractice or medical doctors in the Philippines and even registered nurses in the Philippines, and they will without hesitant testify that it is True and Fact.

RN - Rushing Nurse??

RN - Rushing Nurse??

Therefore this annual Philippine College of Physicians makes no sense at all truly and no matter how they improve their prognosis, their patients that heavily rely on them will still end up on mysterious untimely death.

By the way, the Philippine College of Physicians or PCP is the largest specialty organization in the Philippines that consists of physicians and clinical experts or specialists doctors in diverse or various medical disciplines and subspecialties in internal medicine. It is one of the founding members of the Asean Federation of Internal Medicine and it is under the authority of the Philippine Medical Association (PMA) in the Philippines wherein sometimes the Department of Health (DOH) has connivance with through medical public hospitals that has more deaths than recoveries.

The Philippine College of Physicians first flagship health advocate which is well known in the Philippine medical world is the Health Education Reform Order or HERO which is working as an Executive Order in the Philippines that promotes health advocacies and strengthen health curriculums.

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