“It gives me an internal happiness and sense of wellbeing,” Midha said. “It’s awesome to inspire others to help the ones who are more unfortunate in the world. My parents gave me three things: they gave me education, they gave me values, and they gave me sweet memories. And I hope I can inspire the same.”

As part of our series on MelroseWakefield doctors and nurses traveling abroad to deliver medical services to populations in need, we spoke with Chief of Cardiology Dr. Salil Midha, who has been saving lives with desperately needed pacemakers and other devices in India, Africa, and South America for decades.

Read more in the article from the MelroseFree Press (published online June 18, 2019).


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