Dr Kishore Kumar, Neonatologist & Paediatrician, CEO& MD, Cloudnine hospitals says,
“I have had many teachers in my life, starting from laying the foundation to building what I am today. The best teachers are my parents, having said that I salute one of my teachers & mentor -
Dr Kallesh Hebbal, who inspired me to become what I am today and did the final “interiors” to give the complete finishing touch”.
Dr Reeta Biliangady, Fertility expert and Clinical Director, Sure Fertility says, “Two of my teachers who are par with GOD for me are Dr Sadhana Desai, IVF specialist from Mumbai and Dr Sulochana Gunasheela from Bangalore. To them, I would like to say ‘You have made me what I am today. Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Devo Maheshwarah, Guru Sakshat ParaBrahma, Tasmai Sri Gurave Namaha.”
Dr Anuradha S, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist says, “It is so hard to name one person for me. But undoubtedly I would say Dr Kini, he is one person who changed my perspective towards OBG & taught the most valuable lesson that the key to success is only hard work, dedication & NOTHING ELSE!!! I am ever so grateful to the almighty for having given me the opportunity to learn from some of the best teachers, right from my kindergarten to post graduation!”
Dr Manjula Raghuveer, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist says, “Today on Teacher’s day, I would like to thank my parents, husband and child who mould me every single day to the person I am. I would also like to pay respects to Dr Malathi Rao, my teacher, mentor, a guide who is still blessing me from the heavens above. She made me the doctor I am today. Also, Dr Izzo and Dr Tucker from the team when I was at Australia re-instilled the confidence that has stayed with me till date. I can’t forget Ms Chandrika Gowda & Ms Leelavathi. And at school who taught me ‘Never to settle down for anything but the best’ and that perseverance was the key.”
Source: Cloudnine Hospital