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93% (121 votes)
Dr K.S Walia has an experience of over 41 years and has done his M.B.B.S from Government Medical College, Amritsar. He is an experienced physician who strives to keep himself updated with the changing trends of the medical field. After spending 10 years in Nigeria at Pope Paul Specialist Hospital as Chief Medical Officer, Dr Walia returned to India and Worked at Faridabad as well as Kosi Kalan, Distt Mathura before establishing his own setup in 1993 at Walia Medical & Maternity Centre,Sarita VIhar, New Delhi. Believes in doing his job with compassion & High Standards of Patient Care. He is one of the most Prominent General Physician in Sarita Vihar, New Delhi.
K-61, Pocket K, Landmark: Near G.D. Goenka Public School, Delhi
Mon - Sat
10:30 - 01:30
05:30 - 07:30
10:30 - 01:30
Visited for my child vaccination. Very reasonable charges as compared to other paediatrician who charge a lot for vaccination and consultation. I had some swelling issue which was rectified by the doctor within three days.
I have had the distinct pleasure of being on the receiving end of his genuine care for my wellbeing through listening to what I have to say and approaching an issue in what feels like a collaborative way. I trust what he has to say in part because he seems so open minded and not rigid in his thinking or approach. I can't say enough good things about him and am not at all surprised to see all the positive reviews. A big reason for wanting to write this review is hoping that he will see it one day and know the appreciation of his patients.
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I was having acute infection & my health was deteriorating day by day had visited two doctors before consulting Dr Walia. i Wasn't getting any relief with the Doctors i had consulted earlier. While searching on Practo i came across Dr Walia's profile, Paid a visit to his clinic & discussed my problem which was aggravating day by day. Doctor diagnosed my problem & had prescribed me some injections & medicines. I could feel relief after his prescribed treatment . I would say a highly experienced professional who knows whats the drug of choice to treat a particular infection.
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