As a fellow doctor who practised in Sudan for two years, I must say I am quiet disappointed with this piece. The article, overall, seems to suggest a link between the current state of health care in Sudan and doctors. It also implies that doctors are the main reason why the health care system in Sudan is in the state it is in right now. And that in my opinion, is inaccurate. I am quiet surprised actually that this piece was written by a fellow doctor. I am afraid even if we replace all the doctors in Sudan with those from the author’s favourite hospital-themed TV shows he mentioned above, things won’t change a bit! As medical practiioners, we hold the responsibility to offer the public an accurate account for why the health care system is at its current state and ask for their help to fix it. Poor funding, mismanagement of resources, messed up priorities, lack of transparency and accountability, poor education and training were what I hoped the author would maybe attempt to shed light on.