I've been in the medical practice for several years now having a private clinic. Every day I met different kinds of patients; young and old, belonging to high and low economic statuses, but mostly from the class B and C. I'm a bit conservative in my management because, in my country, there is a high percentage of people in the poverty level who cannot afford to see a doctor, more so, buy medicines. As much as possible I try to manage them in an outpatient basis to save on cost of treatment. But there are always times when very poor patients come who really need medical immediate medical attention. In these occasions I cannot bear to see them suffer that oftentimes the consultation fee and the medicines became free, and sometimes I go to the point of buying food and giving them fare to because most of them came from very remote areas that when they arrive in the clinic they don't even have food and fare left to go back home. That's why whenever there is an invitation for a medical mission,or a lecture on health I always accept. The feeling of euphoria after having helped and made the lives of the needy better can't be repaid by any amount of money. It is my hope that my colleagues will have the same compassion to volunteer and help in whatever ways they have to improve the lives of the underprivileged though better health and productivity.