Visited For Urinary Incontinence (Ui) Treatment
I do not recommend the doctor
My experience with this doctor was quite different from review I read on practo. I found the doctor uninterested in patient's needs. Firstly the fee on practo is shown as 1000/- but the doctor charged Rs 2000/-.Pl. update the fee as per actual.I took my father-in -law ( 74 yr) to him on 03.1.17 as he was feeling loss of control in urinating for 2-3 weeks.The doctor asked for ultrasound,blood test etc.As hospital's Path lab told the report would be available next day we could take the report to the doctor on 04.1.17.He charged 1000/- again,on asking for charging again he was very rude and said he was giving his time so has to charge again.Charging twice for one-time advice is very unethical.For patient his advice was straight away operation(after 4-5 days) which would cost 1.5 lakh.On being requested to consider first milder treatment,medicine etc.in view of patient's age /weak condition (as he is undergoing heart treatment at AIIMS)he said he was not aware of any other medicine and I have to see some nephrologist for this.His behaviour ,overall,was not like a doctor but a medical trader. Finally he said his only solution is surgery and he is not concerned with heart treatment .He needlessly also started to run down doctors at AIIMS.Finally I had to take the patient elsewhere after wasting my time and money with this doctor.I was quite surprised to find such behaviour at a big hospital as Ganga Ram.I am posting this so that others are armed with this info.beforehand. - M. K. Joshi,New Delhi.