Doctor Offers Free Oxygen Sessions for Underprivileged and People That Cannot Afford It
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Dr Sunil Bissoon recently started offering free oxygen therapy as he believes that the greatest need amongst humankind in these unprecedented times… is humanity.

 

KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (14 January 2021) – A doctor in Durban is giving back to the community by offering free oxygen therapy for the underprivileged and people who can’t afford it.

Dr Sunil Bissoon, a healthcare practitioner in Hillary, recently started offering free oxygen therapy as he believes that the greatest need amongst humankind in these unprecedented times… is humanity.

“I am grateful to be in a position to demonstrate humanity to a community in desperate need of such. I realise the necessities of the community are exorbitantly greater than what I can offer in my sole capacity.”

Dr Bisson says that his nature to serve emanates from his upbringing and his parents.

“For as long as I remember, I have watched my mum pour out her life to serve others. She has always lived a very sacrificial life, placing the needs of anyone and everyone before herself. My mum taught and led by example, thus the values of compassion and kindness were instilled in us by watching mums everyday life. In her elderly age, she still remains the most selfless person I have ever encountered.”

The kind doctor says that his late brother’s untimely and tragic death and the loss of his father, has taught his entire family to cherish life.

“The benevolent life they led encourages me to continue their legacy. Ultimately, I strive to set a virtuous example for my children being an only parent and believe that the seeds of kindness sown now will be reaped by the next generation.”

The doctor says that he has always been great at being a salesman, but he believes that during this time, we all need to rally together to be helping each other.

“I’m blessed with the ability to sell sand to Arabs, but I don’t have the heart to sell air to the breathless.”

For more information, please contact Dr Bissoon’s offices in Hillary, Durban on 031 464 1388.


Sources: Dr Sunil Bissoon 
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