Dr. Harini P

While the majority of physicians in our Baltimore suburb refuse to treat patients on Medical Assistance, Dr. Harini P. is a dedicated pediatrician who not only accepts these patients, but gives them excellent medical care and treats them with dignity and respect.

She is always accessible to her patients, never too busy for to take a call from a concerned parent or to spend extra time during a visit to provide reassurance. Patient care is her priority, from staying late to see a sick child brought in without an appointment, to treating a child who has no insurance and can't pay for service.

She is as thoughtful and considerate of colleagues and associates as she is of patients, whether it's making time to see a pharmaceutical rep who's dropped by, or allowing her employees flexibility in their work schedules.

A gentle soft-spoken woman, she has provided loving care for the children in this community for almost 20 years. Her compassionate and nurturing touch combines with her dedication to staying abreast of current trends in pediatric medicine to make her the embodiment of a genuine "Dr. Mom." She certainly deserves recognition for her extraordinary efforts on behalf of children and families.

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Louse from Cebu, Philippines JULY 31, 2007
Failures teach us to be strong in order to move on with our lives...So, just rise up every time you fall.

yaw abu from New York JULY 25, 2007
That's what life is all about,always look at the bright side in every situation you find yourself in. Being positive is a good medicine for the mind and body

Alex N from PHX AZ JULY 12, 2007
Maybe it is more important to find things everyday that make you smile, than to have one moment when you think you have everything.

Kim from KL JULY 3, 2007
L love the story. There'll be successes and failures along our journey in life. Let failure take us to another level, another adventure to reach for more successes.

Betterlife from India JUNE 13, 2007
Be proud of yourself and start from there.

Gillian from Kenya JUNE 5, 2007
I concur with you, sometimes we focus too much on the closed door instead of looking at the open window.

Jessica Cao from Scarborough MAY 8, 2007
I agree. Sometimes we stay so long with the bad, we may miss the good that is passing us by.

Sibeal from Ireland APRIL 29, 2007
True, but it's also important to stop and appreciate what has been achieved too. To stop and enjoy the moment! Too often we just tick the box and head off for the next great event.

Poshika Ranee from mahebourg, Mauritius APRIL 10, 2007
Yes you are right, we should always focus on the good things in life but I also believe that we should not forget our past, I mean we should learn by our mistakes and prevent them in future.

Suky A from England MARCH 24, 2007
A healthy view on life that i don't hear too often. I'mm glad that it's still alive.

mitchell from india MARCH 23, 2007
very enlightening

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