MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
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95% (61 votes)
Dr. Sailaja V is a Pediatrician in Hulimavu, Bangalore and has an experience of 14 years in this field. Dr. Sailaja V practices at Nano Hospitals in Hulimavu, Bangalore. She completed MBBS from Narayana Medical College, Nellore in 2006 and Diploma in Child Health (DCH) from Kurnool Medical College, Kurnool in 2009. She is a member of Karnataka Medical Council. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Vaccination/ Immunization,Viral Fever Treatment,Childhood Infections,New Born Care and Growth & Development Evaluation / Management etc.
Doctor is good, but had to wait for more than 90 minutes to meet doctor. Waiting with kids for such long is extremely difficult and inconvinient
Visited for my daughter and it was overall a good experience, Doctor was friendly and always provided good solution to any problems.
I waited for 45 mins for doctor and left Nano hospital, hope they understand other patients are waiting for consultation.
Visit was self explanatory..it was really helpful for me all the advices n care given by her.
Will recommend her for sure.
Thank you Doctor for each n every single advice for my kid..
Dr Shailaja is very friendly n explains about d sickness with patience. she treats d patient very softly.
Dr. Shailaja is a very nice and friendly doctor, we're consulting her for both our kids for more than 2 years now. Will definitely recommend.
She's excellent doctor. Doesn't give unnecessary medication. Very patient in listening and takes time to check every patient. Shes good in handling even a disturbed kid during diagnosis. The waiting time to meet her is worth it.
She listens to you and sees the patient very carefully and does not rush. Does not give unnecessary treatment.
Dr shailaja is like a permanent doctor for my daughter for last 3 years, even though we shifted our house far than the nano hospital, still we go there... Coz we r pretty much sure once we visit her our daughter will be alright...
Doctor is good. But I had taken an appointment at 11.30 am via practo. But in nano hospitals they won't allow us according to the appointment. They allow us in a general que only due to other walk in patient. So they work on first come first serve basis. So no use of taking an appointment. My waiting time was for 45 mins.