Visited For Anal Fissure Treatment (Non-Surgical)
I do not recommend the doctor
Hoped for better: Doctor friendlinessExplanation of the health issueTreatment satisfactionValue for moneyWait time
Got diarrhea that led to anal fissures. General Surgeon recommended Anil Arora (Noble Medicare).
Treatment duration 2014 (apr-Oct - Rs 1000 for each consultation)
The clinic was jam-packed, patients from all the states of northern and central part of India.
Noble Clinic (in clinic facility - endoscopy, Colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy and in pharmacy clinic) although in 2014 the machine monitor was substandard. Not sure how is it now.
Note: Colonoscopy will be done without anesthesia in noble clinic.
1st appointment:- Gave next appointment for colonoscopy, asked nothing else.
2nd appointment:- 3 hrs of waiting -> Colonoscopy without anesthesia -> 2hrs waiting same day for the follow up.
Follow up again took 3 minutes; asked for insurance (Which I had) so referred to Sir Ganga Ram for Double-balloon enteroscopy (there admitted for 24 hours to claim insurance)
Than it was a continuous cycle of consultations and more consultation with more medicines from there in clinic pharmacy and few more reference to different general surgeons in the same noble clinic.
Meanwhile he did few more endoscopy and sigmoidoscopy.
After 7 months got fed up.
By the way he diagnosed Chron's (confirmed) which a different doc said highly unlikely by May 2015.
4. Has good experience about his field.
5. Consultations time less then 4 min/patient that too after waiting for weeks and then waiting for hours in clinic.
6. Can't understand the reason of giving appointments if he is too busy to handle 1 patient sincerely.