Consulted Dr. Dharmesh Kapoor (Gastroenterologist) for Liver Disease Treatment
I do not recommend the doctor
we went to Global Hospital only beacuse of Dr. Mohammed Rela. Heard that he is the best liver transplant surgeon. Dr. Dharmesh was my dads doctor. He spoke well, though I dont know about the goodness of the medical treatment he offered. My dad eventually went into a Coma. I had been telling the doctor and his team that my dad is confused. They have been writing it in their Medical record also, but they took it lightly inspite of it being a known fact that liver patients can go into encephalopathy. One of the signs of this is mental confusion which they just avoided. And his team is really wierd and they talk bad about each oher in front of the patients, may be they thought we dont understand marathi. Dr Lata, second in line to Dr. Dharmesh is very rude. She told us infront of my dad( though he was in a coma) that there is a 200 percent chance that he would not recover and she was so confident that she said she could give it in writing. I dont know if she is even a human being. Dr dharmesh if your relative was the patient how would you feel if the Treating doctor talks like this to you in front of your ailing relative. She was right. My dad did not survive the treatment which this best hospital was offering. But doctors are treated like God and this is not how God behaves. She should not have said it in the first place. and even she wanted to, she should have had the basic ethics and courtesy of calling us outside. And one kind of treatment was being given, but they were discussing in front of us about an alternative treatment which could be more succesful, but since Dr Dharmesh was against it they could not go ahead with it. If the team doesnt have unity and if they discuss all this in front of the patients how would we feel that we are at a safe place. And we had been asked to go back to our hometown as they said the chances are pretty low. But they also said that if he improves you can get him back for the transplant. and i have seen the dr. sending home 2 patienst because he said the chances are pretty slim. So basically he takes only those cases which will be successfull so that his career graph does not go down and they are also after money. I dont know if my review will help anyone or not. But those of you who are reading, please avoid this hospital. The nurses in the night duty are so absent minded. The night my dad went to coma , he had bouts of vomitting which started at around 6 in the evening. But the nurse just kept on giving anti vomit injections. The duty doctor came in the morning at 6am. And in another instance, one of the nurses gave me the tablets to be given after dinner. Only one tablet og Gutron 2.5mg was given. I told her that in the morning and afternoon, the nurse had given me 3 of those tablets. She said No its only one. Upon my insistence she checked and said sorry I did not check the dosage. My dad was advised 7.5mg. This is how careless they are with patients in step down ICU. I can only wonder what happens to the others.
And these Gutron tablets were not available in the Hospital Pharmacy so the Ward boy took money from us and got 20 tablets for 1500. On asking he said they cant give the bill as this is an imported tablet. I dont know how such a big Hospital ( only the hype mad it big.) gets medicine from a place that doesnt provide the bill.
Overall Experience - very bad. Pls avoid this hospital