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12 March, 2017

What Differentiates a Great Doctor from a Good One?

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Almost all good IVF Specialists are vastly knowledgeable and have enviable academic credentials and extensive experience. These are some of the reigning characteristics of good IVF Doctors. But not all good IVF doctors are great ones. There are legions of good IVF Doctors in India but very few among them are truly great ones.

So what separates great doctors from merely good ones? First of all, all great IVF doctors are not just competent & crackerjack physicians but also amazing counselors and compassionate human beings. These virtues hold a lot of importance especially in domain like IVF since most of the patients are not fully aware of intricacies of IVF Treatment and have to be guided & apprised of insights by doctors.

Also, these patients are emotionally vulnerable & are extremely jittery. Hence it is essential to allay their apprehensions and make them feel upbeat & optimistic while being candid & transparent. A great IVF doctor is quite honest with patients about the nature of their problem and chances of success yet assuage their unwarranted fears by enlightening them about IVF process. It is important for doctors to display compassion and be sensitive towards their patients. That goes a long way in soothing the frayed nerves of patients and ensures robust relationship between doctor and patients.

Another distinct quality of great IVF doctors is their eagerness to learn new things and keep themselves abreast of all recent developments/happenings in the domain. They possess an open mind and are always willing to upgrade their reservoir of knowledge and skills-set.

Lastly, great IVF doctors are blessed with impregnable instincts which allow them to look beyond scans & conventional methods/mechanism and come up with salutary inferences which are instrumental in bailing out patients in tricky cases.

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