BTA passes resolution to condole sad demise of Dr Satish Chaurasia
The Executive Committee and the Board at the BAPIO Training Academy UK has in its resolution condoled the sad and tragic demise of Dr Satish Kailash Chaurasia who passed away recently after being admitted to the hospital following a stroke.
BTA acknowledged the stellar role played by Dr Chaurasia in encouraging students to enhance their educational skills and his vision to improve the health sector in India and UK by making the Indo UK relations formidable.
BTA reminisced that the first batch of its training for MRCP and other 2+2 post graduate training for MBBS doctors in India was launched at the KIMS – Kingsway hospital, Dr Chaurasia and several like- minded doctors helped and supported the BTA thus an emotional bond since inception has been established between the BTA and Kingsway Hospital.
The Executive Committee believes that Dr Chaurasia’s exemplary contribution to patients and human life was demonstrated by the fact that he had offered to donate his organs. Probably he gave the world and mankind the best gift a human being can offer, the Executive Committee affirmed. BTA salutes the courage and dedication of this departed soul.
Dr Chaurasia has donated his heart, lungs and liver with the due consent of his wife Shelley who had earlier donated her kidney to him. Shelley is also a living donor. Dr Chaurasia’s death is mourned by his mother Poonam (70year old), wife Shelley and five year old son Govit, family, friends and colleagues at Kingsway and the entire medical fraternity.