Kathmandu, Sept 17: The government has constituted a talks team to hold dialogue with the protesting Nepal Medical Association.

KATHMANDU, Aug 14: The Nepal Medical Association (NMA) is vehemently urging a thorough investigation and appropriate action against the officials of the Nepal Medical Council and CIB investigators who were involved in the wrongful arrest of an innocent doctor. The incident has caused significant harm, both to the doctor's reputation and mental well-being.

KATHMANDU, June 17: The Nepal Medical Association (NMA) has demanded security in health institutions and hospitals across the country for the safety of doctors and health workers.

KATHMANDU, Feb 12: The Nepal Medical Association (NMA) halts the entire health care services except the emergency ones across the country today in protest of Friday’s attack on medical persons by the police.

KATHMANDU, Feb 11: Nepal Medical Association (NMA) has demanded action against the security personnel involved in beating Dr Janith Singh, a surgeon at the National Trauma Center for walking during presidential escort on Friday. NMA has given a 24-hour deadline to take action against the security personnel.

KATHMANDU, Feb 17: The fee the medical doctors charge their patients for examining their health has increased starting Wednesday.

KATHMANDU, Oct 2: Following the death of a doctor due to COVID-19 in Surkhet district yesterday, the Nepal Medical Association (NMA) submitted a memorandum to the Ministry of Health and Population to take all the responsibility of the entire management including medical expenses if any health worker catches the virus.

KATHMANDU, Sept 4: On the second day of the protest called by the Nepal Medical Association (NMA), the professional organization of doctors, the administrative works were partially affected at the hospitals and health facilities across the country on Monday although the doctors had previously decided to halt all but emergency services.

6,000 doctors surrender licenses to NMC

September 3, 2018 09:05 am

KATHMANDU, Sept 3: Health services across the country remained paralyzed on Sunday leaving tens of thousands of patients without medical care after the doctors staged protests demanding amendments to the new Criminal Code 2017, which came into effect from August 17.

Doctors called for talks

September 2, 2018 20:39 pm

KATHMANDU, Sept 1: Minister of State for Health and Populations Dr. Surendra Yadav has urged the agitating doctors to engage in meaningful talks after giving up all protesting programmes.