Doctor Tin Mar Wai, Gynaechologist from Burma (left), and staff Nurse Kunley Yangzon (right) as they visit one of their patients at Paro Hospital. With about 40 beds and only four doctors (two general, a Gynaechologist and an Anaesthetist), Paro hospital is a modest one. The main hospital is in Timphu, the capital city of Bhutan. Health care is public in the country and given for free to every citizen who may need it. When it is not possible to attend properly one of the patients because of the lack of resources, he or she is brought to a private hospital in India, along with one companion, with expenses paid for both.