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Dr. Mohan.G

Dr. Mohan.G

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MBBS, MD - General Medicine

General Physician

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22 Years Experience Overall

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Dr. Mohan G is a prominent Diabetologist in Bangalore, backed by 18 years of hard work and extensive field experience in various multispeciality hospitals in Bangalore.After his MBBS, Dr. Mohan obtained the MD postgraduate degree from the prestigious Bangalore Medical College in 1999 and then served for two years at St. Martha's Hospital in Bangalore. Subsequently he concentrated on treating patients afflicted with Diabetes, and was part of several panels dealing with Diabetes treatment, including a brief stint at Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta. Dr. Mohan also holds the Diplomate of National Board (DNB) title.

Banashankari 3rd Stage, Bangalore

Diavisita Diabetes & Multispeciality Hospital

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#788, 11th Cross, 2nd Main, 80 Feet Road, SBM Colony, Landmark: Between Sita Circle & Hosakerehalli Cross, Bangalore

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10:30 - 01:30
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Common questions & answers

Q: Who is General Physician?

A: A general physician (GP) is a medical doctor who specializes in non-surgical healthcare to adults. A general physician treats many diseases that affect the body, whose primary treatment does not require surgery. General physicians treat all conditions related to the cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, haematological, endocrine, and gastrointestinal systems. Some GPs can specialize in any one of the systems listed above.

Q: What are the education qualifications for a General Physician?

A: General physicians are also referred to as primary care physicians. A general physician needs to complete a medical residency for primary care practice after graduating from medical school. The pre-requisites for residency are a bachelor’s degree based on sciences, minimum GPA, medical school, and basic medical training. The candidate should be committed to spend 3 years in residency.

Q: For which symptoms should one consult a General Physician?

A: A general physician is usually the primary contact for any health issue. A general physician treats you for cardiovascular, respiratory, muscle-bone, neurological, gastrointestinal, and endocrine related health issues that can be treated without surgical intervention. So, if you have any symptoms related to any of these systems, you can consult a general physician.

Q: Do General Physicians provide home consultations?

A: General physicians or practitioners provide routine healthcare like physical examinations and immunizations, and treat a host of medical conditions. They usually have regular, ongoing, long-term patients and provide medical care to patients of different age groups. Providing home consultations is a choice that the general practitioner has to make. General check-ups or routine examinations may be provided at home.

Q: Can a General Physician perform surgery?

A: No, a general physician mainly provides non-surgical treatment for a number of health conditions, illnesses, and injuries. A general surgeon and not a general physician performs surgeries. General physicians specialize in primary care and build long-term relationships with the patients. The treatment provided by physicians revolves around basic medication, physical therapy, and other non-surgical techniques to treat various conditions

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Awards and Recognitions

31st Rank in Karnataka State - 1989
Gold Medal - MD Examination. - 1998

Education

MBBS - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore, 1995
MD - General Medicine - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore, 1998

Memberships

Karnataka Medical Council

Experience

1998 - 2001 Consultant at St.Marthas Hospital
2001 - 2016 Medical Director at Diavista Diabetes & Multispeciality Hospital

Registrations

40893 Karnataka Medical Council, 1995

Trainings and Certifications

DNB - Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore, 1998
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