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As Corona virus disease spreads across the world, healthcare community is preparing itself for the various challenges associated with it. We at Jehangir Hospital have been streamlining and evolving our workflows for rapid diagnosis and clinical management, infection prevention, quality care and safety protocols. Because all of this matters not only to the COVID patients but also to our healthcare workers and other non COVID patients :

Patient Safety Patients are clinically triaged and guided further. Our team of physicians assesses and advises them on further course of action. Staff Safety If you feel unwell such as having fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. If you are going to visit the hospital, you need to know the following Infection control Our Hospital Infection control committee guides on processes on environmental cleaning, disinfection and cohorting patients. Waste management protocols are abided by at all times and are in line with the local regulations. Approved and Verified chemicals are put to use for stringent infection control. Personal protective equipment of standard quality is provided for our patients and staff. Quality Systems Stringent and standardized protocols are put into place by various stakeholders and staffs are trained to follow these. Surveillance measures are in place to check the compliance to these protocols.

How can you help us to fight COVID when you visit the hospital?

Stay Home! If you feel unwell such as having fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. If you are going to visit the hospital, you need to know the following. Before leaving for the hospital: Call the appointment desk to confirm the availability of service that you are seeking. Carry minimal things but we recommend you carry your own water bottles for safety purposes.

WHAT TO EXPECT AS YOU ARE ABOUT TO ENTER:

Triage Desk: As you visit the hospital you will be guided to the main gate on the porch. You will find a triage desk here. This desk is manned by security and our front office executive. Maintain Physical Distancing Maintain at least 2 metre (6 feet) distance between yourself and the other person. Why? When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease. Maintain Hygiene: You will be asked to cover your mouth with a mask. A cloth mask would also be good enough. Followed by this you will be asked to use the hand rub to sanitize your hands. Why? Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands. Declare History: You will be given a screening questionnaire to fill. Answer all the questions correctly without hiding any information. Depending on the answers filled, we will help you through the OPD services. Continue to maintain hygiene: Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Why? Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick. Make sure you, you and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately. You will find waste bins in the premises and OPD complex. Why? Droplets spread virus. By following good respiratory hygiene you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19. OPD complex: While waiting in the OPD complex you will find that the seating arrangements have been altered in order to ensure physical distancing. Please do not alter these seats and use the ones that are available. Billing Services: We advise you to use digital payment methods as they are no-touch/ minimal touch transactions. Please follow the floor markings while standing in the billing queue.

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Prepare for a CT scan: 1. A computerized tomography scan (CT or CAT scan) uses computers and rotating X-ray machines to create cross sectional images of the body

2. Patient Safety Tips Prior to a diagnostic exam in Radiology
• If you are pregnant or may be pregnant, please tell your doctor or technologist.
• Please leave your valuables at home or in your room in the hospital.
• Please arrive at least 1hour prior to your appointment.
• Please inform us of any allergy, Diabetes, HT, kidney’s Disease that you may know you have.
• Kindly convey of previous history of contrast reaction.

3. What can I expect before my CT scan?
You will be asked to remove any metallic and jewelry that might interfere with the scan. You will be offered a change of clothes depending on the study that you are undergoing. The machines and surroundings will be disinfected before taking you for the study. If you are undergoing contrast scan, there will be consent form. Explained by resident, which has to dully signed by you.

4. What can I expect during my CT scan?
Your CT scan will take about 15 -25 minutes. Certain types of examinations require that intravenous contrast (Non ionic contrast) will be administered in order to best evaluate the organ system or lesion. During the scan you will be lying on a padded table. You may be asked to lie on your stomach, back or side, and to hold your breath or stay very still. You may hear humming noises or feel the table move slowly through the CT scanner.

5. What can I expect after my CT scan if I received contrast?
After your CT scan, if you received contrast, you should drink about 4-5 glasses of water slowly to help flush out the contrast that was injected. If the area where the plastic tube (IV tube) was placed inside your vein is red, swollen or sore, you should put a warm, wet towel on the area four times a day for 15-20 minutes. If swelling continues for more than 48 hours, you should call your doctor. If you are breastfeeding, it is safe to continue to do so. After your CT scan you will be observed for any complications by the CT nursing staff. Before leaving from CT scan department, the i.v cannula inserted for your contrast exam, taken out by the nursing staff/technician.

Prepare for a Diagnostic X-Ray An x-ray involves exposing a part of the body to a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body. X-rays are the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging.

1. Patient Safety Tips Prior to a diagnostic exam in Radiology
• If you are pregnant or may be pregnant, please tell your doctor or technologist.
• Please leave your valuables at home or in your room in the hospital, as they may create artifacts and limit your study.
• Please arrive at least 25 minutes prior to your appointment

2. Preparation for the exam
• There are no special preparations for a diagnostic X-Ray exam.
• The technologist will verify your identification and exam requested.

3. During the exam
• The duration of the exam will vary, but the average is about 25 minutes.
• The technologist will position you on the exam table, and give you instructions For different x- ray views as per your request of your Consultant Doctor.

4. After the exam
• If you are going home, you may resume normal activities.

What is Mammography? Mammography is specialized medical imaging that uses a low-dose x-ray system to see inside the breasts. A mammography exam, called a mammogram, aids in the early detection and diagnosis of breast diseases in women.

What are some common uses of the procedure? Mammograms are used as a screening tool to detect early breast cancer in women experiencing no symptoms. They can also be used to detect and diagnose breast disease in women experiencing symptoms such as a lump, pain, skin dimpling or nipple discharge.

How should I prepare for the mammogram? Before scheduling a mammogram, that you discuss any new findings or problems in your breasts with your doctor. In addition, inform your doctor of any prior surgeries, hormone use, and family or personal history of breast cancer.

Do not schedule your mammogram for the week before your menstrual period if your breasts are usually tender during this time. The best time for a mammogram is one week following your period. Always inform your doctor or x-ray technologist if there is any possibility that you are pregnant.

• It is advised to apply deodorant, talcum powder or lotion under your arms or on your breasts on the day of the exam. These can appear on the mammogram as calcium spots.
• Describe any breast symptoms or problems to the technologist performing the exam.
• Obtain your prior mammograms and make them available to the radiologist if they were done at a different location. This is needed for comparison with your current exam and can often be obtained on a CD.

How is the procedure performed? Mammography is performed on an outpatient basis.
During mammography, a specially qualified radiologic technologist will position your breast in the mammography unit. Your breast will be placed on a special platform and compressed with a clear plastic paddle. The technologist will gradually compress your breast.

Breast compression is necessary in order to:
• Even out the breast thickness so that all of the tissue can be visualized.
• Spread out the tissue so that small abnormalities are less likely to be hidden by overlying breast tissue.
• Allow the use of a lower x-ray dose since a thinner amount of breast tissue is being imaged.
• Hold the breast still in order to minimize blurring of the image caused by motion.
• Reduce x-ray scatter to increase sharpness of picture.
You will be asked to change positions between images. The process will be repeated for the other breast. Compression is still necessary for tomosynthesis imaging in order to minimize motion, which degrades the images. During screening breast tomosynthesis, two-dimensional images are also obtained or created from the synthesized 3-D images.

You must hold very still and may be asked to keep from breathing for a few seconds while the x-ray picture is taken to reduce the possibility of a blurred image. The technologist will walk behind a wall.

When the examination is complete, you may be asked to wait until the radiologist determines that all the necessary images have been obtained.

The examination process should take about 30 -40 minutes.

What will I experience during and after the procedure? The machines and surroundings will be disinfected before taking you for the study.You will feel pressure on your breast as it is squeezed by the compression paddle. Some women with sensitive breasts may experience discomfort. Be sure to inform the technologist if pain occurs as compression is increased. If discomfort is significant, less compression will be used. Always remember compression allows better quality mammograms.
MRI: Magnetic resonance Imaging is a type of scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produced detailed images of the inside of the body. Because of the strong magnetic field used during the exam, certain conditions may prevent you from having a MR procedure. When scheduling your appointment and prior to your exam, please alert our staff and technologist to the following conditions that may apply to you. The radiology staff will let then let you know whether you can have the MRI exam and whether the exam needs to be modified for your particular condition.
• Pacemaker
• Pregnancy
• Claustrophobia
• History of kidney problems
• Neurostimulators
• Implanted drug infusion device (i.e., insulin pump)
• Exposure of metal fragments to your eye
• Artificial heart valves
• Aneurysm clips
• Cochlear implants
• Metallic implants and prosthesis
• Vascular stent or stent graft
• Shrapnel or bullet wounds
• Dorsal column stimulators
• Allergy to iodine, or gadolinium
• History of diabetes

Other Tips
• Please leave your valuables at home, including jewelry, for they have to be removed prior to entering the scan room.
• Please let us know if you need interpreting services, this can be arranged for you.
• Please bring a list of your current medications.
• Bring your previous diagnostics test films. As this help your radiologist to compare earlier images if requested for.

What can I expect before my MRI exam? There is little preparation for an MRI exam. Take your daily medications as you normally would, unless instructed otherwise. There are few dietary restrictions for an MRI. For those exams, you will be notified of the requirements.
• Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your exam and check in with the receptionist. You will need to complete the MRI screening form.
• To eliminate possible MR safety issues, you will be asked to change into a hospital gown. A locker will be supplied to secure your belongings.
• A technologist will verify your identification and the requested exam. Your screening form will be reviewed by the technologist in consultation with the radiologist if indicated. If MRI contrast is indicated for the exam, an IV cannula will be inserted in your arm by a nurse or technologist.

What can I expect during my MRI scan? • The duration of the procedure will vary but the average is 45 minutes to one hour per body part.
• You will be required to lie still during the actual MR scanning. Depending on the body part that is being examined, you may be instructed to hold your breath for up to 30 seconds.
• The magnet is permanently open on both ends. There is also a two way intercom system for communication between patient and technologist. The part of the body being scanned will be placed in the middle of the magnet.
• During the actual imaging, you will hear a loud intermittent banging noise. You will be provided with earplugs or head phones to minimize the noise during the procedure.
• The technologist will also provide you with an alarm button to alert the technologist of any discomfort you may experience at any point during the MRI exam.
• Some MRI exams require an injection of intravenous MRI contrast. Inform the technologist if you experience any discomfort during the injection.

What can I expect after my MRI scan? • If a dye injection is used, the IV is removed from the arm before you go home.
• Allergic reaction from gadolinium dye is extremely rare. However, if you experience symptoms such as rash, hives, or shortness of breath, you should notify the technologist immediately if you are still at the imaging facility, or call your doctor or go to the nearest hospital if you have already left the imaging facility.
• In the event that sedation is needed (such as for claustrophobia), you will be sent home once awake and alert. If you receive sedation, someone must drive you home.

How to Minimize your Fears If you are scared about your MRI, keep in mind that people talk about MRI and claustrophobia. Older MRI machines had narrower tunnels than the modern MRI equipment. The older machines were often relatively dark, and the scanner's ceiling was very close to the patient’s face and head.

• Our scanners are fully lit, ventilated, and open at both ends. These machines greatly improve patients’ comfort during the exam and also yield higher resolution so the images are clearer.
• Our state-of-the-art MRI scanners have “motion correction” imaging that allows for a faster examination. That means the patient is in the scanner for a shorter time.
• For some MRI exams, depending on the body part being imaged, we may not need to have your head inside the scanner at all. This dramatically lowers the expectation or experience of claustrophobia. For example, exams of the knee, foot or leg do not require patients to enter the MRI scanner tube completely—only the leg is in the tube.
• Our well-trained technologists work very closely with you to help lower anxieties, and we will tell you how long to expect your imaging to actually take. • During your exam, our technologist will see you and be in contact with you at all times. Speakers inside the scanner will enable the technologist to communicate with you and hear what you say. You also will have a call button (in the form of a squeeze ball) so that you can let the technologist know if you have any problems relaxing during the procedure.
• If you wish, you can be given earplugs or a headset to help block out noise from the scanner.

What to Expect During your MRI Procedure Very little preparation for an MRI exam is needed, but you should not carry objects containing metal in to the MRI exam room. Before your exam you will be asked to complete an MRI Screening Form. You will also be asked to discuss any implants in your body that may contain metal. During the scanning process, you will be inside the scanner (the tunnel-like scanning machine). You will hear clicking or banging noises as the magnetic field is altered as part of the normal exam process. The banging varies in time and in loudness, sometimes occurring rapidly and sometimes just occasionally. The sounds are part of every MRI exam.

The time for the MRI exam depends upon the imaging exam being performed. During the exam, you will be expected to hold relatively still. You may be asked to repeatedly hold your breath for a few seconds at a time. If your procedure requires the addition of a contrast liquid, you will have an IV needle placed in your arm, and this will be removed before you go home.

Preparation for the Exam
• The technologist will verify your identification and exam requested and explain how to lie on MRI couch and explain you safety measures and ask you not to move as it will create motion blur.

During the Exam
• The duration of the exam will vary, but the average is about 30-60 minutes.
• The technologist will position you on the exam table, and give you instructions.

Infection control measures in Radiology & Imaging
Cleaning and disinfection protocols are rigorously followed at Jehangir Hospital. All surfaces that come in contact with staff, patient and visitor are frequently cleaned in a systematic way with approved disinfectants. All accessories used for patients are decontaminated after very use. For change of attire a fresh set of clothes is given for those radiological investigations where changing to a gown is necessary. Also clean bed sheets are supplied to each patient.

Hand Hygiene is stringently followed as per infection control guidelines. Prevention of Infection Jehangir hospital has a comprehensive Infection Control Programme, which covers all aspects of prevention of infection. The apex body is the Infection Control Committee which comprises of representatives from all departments of the hospital. This committee meets once a month to take decisions on various issues pertaining to Infection Control and prevention, and also review the various quality indicators like rates of infection, hand hygiene compliance rates, Needle Stick Injuries and trainings in IC. The committee has been functioning for the last 16 years and has played an instrumental role in laying down the infection Control Programme of the hospital. The Chair of the committee is Dr Vikram Padbidri, the consultant Microbiologist and Infection Control Officer, and the coordinator is Sr Reena Bhonge, the infection Control nurse.The hospital tracks various Quality Indicators like Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP), Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI), Central Line Associated BloodStream Infections (CLABSI), Surgical Site Infections (SSIs), Hand Hygiene compliance (HHC), Needle Stick Injuries (NSI) and Mucus membrane exposures (MME). These rates are discussed in the monthly HICCMs.

The ground work is done by the Infection Control Team comprising of the Infection Control Officer and the Infection Control Nurses. Their activities include taking daily rounds of the hospital, identifying improvement areas, training staff and checking adherence to the protocols and policies of the hospital. The protocols and policies are documented in the Infection Control Manual, which is accessible to the staff via the intranet. Employee training forms an important component, and in addition to the daily briefings and induction trainings, annual programmes are conducted. This include the Infection Prevention week, Hand Hygiene Campaigns and NSI Campaigns which are designed with interactive and engaging elements like poster, slogan competitions, skits, demos and games to make learning interesting. The IC programme also includes Employee Safety like Vaccination for Hepatitis B, Chickenpox and Influenza.

Testimonials

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  • “Thank you Jehangir Hospital. I can play with my children again.”

    - Shilpa Sarangi, May 2017

  • “During the last two and a half years, I’ve survived serious illnesses by getting admitted to Jehangir Hospital. In fact, my very life was saved by doctors and the dedicated nursing staff. After having four surgeries, I am indebted to the complete nursing team. Compassion and efficiency were exemplified by most of the nurses. Thank you Col. Nirmala and your stalwart nursing staff.”

    - M Thomas, Sep 2017

  • “I saw my child only after five days as I was recovering from my delivery. I was very scared but the doctors and nurses at Jehangir Hospital took very good care of my baby. They have been a constant support in the last two weeks.”

    - Ashwini Dhobale, Jan 2018

  • “I was in Jehangir Hospital from 29th Jan to 2nd Feb and my daughter Shai from 12th to 16th Feb. We were well attended to by all the staff and that includes the sisters, brothers and the floor staff. Call bells were immediately responded to at all times and every effort was made to keep us comfortable during our respective stays! Thank you Maya Mahale & Gina Ali Khan for ensuring no let up in the service.”

    - C A Heredia, Feb 2018

  • “With the Grace of Almighty, I have been blessed with a baby boy on the 9th of August. Thanks to Nina Mansukhani and the sweet staff at Jehangir Hospital for making this very special for me. Nina Ma\'am... your positive attitude gives us courage. Thanks again for all the advice and support.”

    - Sadaf Kachchwa, Aug 2018

  • “A big thank you to a super doctor Nina Mansukhani who helped me complete my family. Only due to your support and motivation I could deliver two twin angels normally. Thank you to your team, Dr Mehak, Dr Kalyani and all the support staff of Jehangir Hospital who helped me with the delivery of my MCDA twins normally.”

    - Priyanka Sharma, Aug 2018

  • “I went through the most fabulous experience of my life and it was made so comfortable because of Dr. Nina Mansukhani. Her vibrancy and assurance kept me going throughout the 9 months. Today, I delivered a baby boy and the last phase of my experience in labor ward will remain a sweet memory due to the gentleness, caring and encouraging attitude of Dr Nina and her team. They boosted my motivation level and led me through a wonderful labor experience. Everything was perfect. Last but not the least, I was absolutely impressed by the manner in which Dr. Pawan and Dr. Pragati expanded my knowledge about the reason behind each and every step that we took which was very inspiring.”

    - Vidhi Kapoor, Aug 2018

  • “The doctors associated with Jehangir Hospital are excellent. Special thanks to Dr Nilesh Kamat, Dr Sachin Vaze, and Dr Karanjit Singh. I felt extremely happy with the professionalism. Special Thanks to Sachin Mali who was excellent with the food, and made my stay enjoyable with his culinary expertise. Also, special mention to Sister Supriya Archana and the head sister who took excellent care.”

    - Cyrus Paymaster, Aug 2019

  • “I had a good experience here, the staff here is very friendly and helpful. The food is good and hygienic. Housekeeping facilities and staff is very proactive, polite, and understanding. Nurses here are too good and helpful.”

    - Shivank Patti, Nov 2019

  • “Excellent services of mama and sisters. Our doctor, Dr. Sanjay Patel, is an excellent doctor. He saved our patient\'s life we are thankful to him.”

    - Mr Anil Katti, Dec 2019

  • “Nursing and cleaning staff and doctors are well experienced. Thank you to all members for excellent services.”

    - Mr Shabbir Sayyed, Dec 2019

  • “Prajakta Sister was a star in her counselling and services.”

    - Mrs Fulwanti Pujara, Dec 2019

  • “All staff members are compassionate and dedicated towards their work. Thanks”

    - Mr Parag Somvanshi, Dec 2019

  • “I highly appreciate the service provided by the hospital staff.”

    - Mr Madhusudan Khajuria, Dec 2019

  • “The hospital is very good. The service and staff was very good and the housekeeping guy did a great job taking care of the patient.”

    - Mr Fayyaz Warunkar, Dec 2019

  • “Sister Priyanka is very compassionate and polite. On bell response time is very good and staff is very knowledegeable about patient and treatment.”

    - Mr Pramod Agarwal, Dec 2019

  • “Experience was very good, satisfied with all services and all staff was good.”

    - Mr Dilip Mutha, Dec 2019

  • “There was a dengue emergency. When I contacted Ruby Hall Clinic, they said they cannot help, as it was Christmas night. When I contacted Jehangir Hospital, they said come, we will provide all assistance. There is leaps and bounds in improvement in Jehangir Hospital. Very clean premises, soft spoken staff, very good food and service, I am really impressed!”

    - Koinoorh Sinha, Dec 2019

  • “I cannot describe with words, how grateful i am for Dr Mayur Kardile\'s guidance, help and approach. Thank you for everything that you have done for me as well as for saving my legs so i can walk without any problem. Excelent outstanding performance with the spine surgery. Thank you million times - Peter Skol (March 2020)”

    - Peter Skol, Apr 2020

  • “Expressing my gratitude with a humble heart and extend a warm thank you to Dr Chaitanya Kopikker for all you did with precision, skill and expertise. I would like to appreciate & Acknowledge the difference you made each & every day with care and compassion. I\'m truly grateful to the Jehangir Hospital services and utility rendered by the supporting staff. - Dr Dilip M.Jain [Medico Legal Consultant] (April 2020)”

    - Dilip M Jain, Apr 2020

  • “Thank you Dr Mayur Kardile for your excellent work while performing surgery on my father for spine injury. Your hands are skilled as my incision is very small and my father’s pain has been minimal during recovery. I will be recommending you to everyone I know who also as spine related challenges. Sachin Aher (Jan 2020)”

    - Sachin Aher, Apr 2020

  • “My baby was born in Mid of June in Jehangir Hospital which is also a Covid treatment center. Since the day he was born, he has been under consultation/supervision of Dr Shilpa Yadav. Be it while being inside hospital or after discharge, she has always been there to guide us. Even in this COVID situation, she helped as much as possible by being available as a professional health-care provider”

    - Amita Singh, Aug 2020

  • “On behalf of the School Management and staff, I would like to say a huge thank you to all at Jehangir Hospital for the care and relentless support rendered to our colleague during his illness due to Covid.We would like to thank all the Doctors, Nurses and staff at the hospital for working tirelessly during this pandemic and caring for him. To show our appreciation and gratitude, please accept a small snack and tea goody bag for all the staff at the ICU and Covid ward. This is gesture from all of us to show that we care for their well-being in these trying times. Thank you once again,”

    - Mahindra International School, May 2021

  • “Dear Team Covid, Namrata Pimpalkar got admitted at Jehangir Hospital on 14th April 2021 due to symptoms of covid - 19. I was initially under a 6 days treatment of another doctor but due to the severity of the injection and the HRCT scan report I was advised for immediate hospitalization Mr. Shailesh and Ms. Maya from the administration and admission department helped me get a bed at the hospital. I was immediately given treatment after taking in the casualty. This helped my fever and head pain to relieve faster. Dr. Ambike, Dr. Chaitanya, Sister Sneha, Shaila, Libina were all very supportive during the treatment. They followed the doctor\'s instructions carefully and frequently took feedback about how I was feeling. Being a Covid patient I was away from my family, but these people gave me care and warmth. The dietician Ms. Manpreet was very protective and used to call me every day to check food preferences. Nikhil & Arvind both ward boys were very good at their job and on-time delivering food & water overall thank Jehangir Hospital 4th floor ward for helping me get recovered and their help towards me.”

    - Namrata Pimpalkar, May 2021

  • “Very caring and most attentive medical staff. All doctors were completely professional and at the top of their subject. the care is warm, personalized, and genuine.”

    - Lianne Poonawalla, May 2021

  • “Whenever I have come here I have been always treated well. staff is efficient and caring. I and my family found Jehangir Hospital Doctors and medical staff has been most helpful always.”

    - Avantika, May 2021

  • “Outstanding medical care, Excellent nursing staff. Thank you for everything”

    - George, May 2021

  • “My first experience of hospitalization. The staff, doctors, sisters, pantry all contributed well. Thank you for living to your motto We Add Care.”

    - Randeep Khokar, May 2021

  • “Patient\'s treatment handled very well by nursing, housekeeping staff, and doctors as well. Thank you so much for your help & Support. God bless each one of you and your family member.”

    - Joel Pinto, May 2021

  • “A very pleasant stay, good medical staff, best nursing plus cleaning facility. IN this pandemic Medical staff was taken care of very well thank you so much. also very happy with the check-out procedure.”

    - Yehan Morris, May 2021

  • “The excellent medical facility provided Dr. Kamat and the team are excellent and very supportive Staff have a good sense of humor.”

    - Tejas Belhekar, May 2021

  • “I am grateful to all the team of doctors, nurses, and medical staff. all staff worked well in my treatment and recovery. thank you Jehangir Hospital.”

    - Chetan Tolia, May 2021

  • “Felt totally at home. overall extremely grateful to the entire team of Dr. Gadgil the nurses and ward boys. Everyone took lots of care with a smiling face.”

    - Pathik Divate, May 2021

  • “We are very satisfied with the service, the nursing staff is caring and works professionally. the attendant was prompt. we thank you for all the care provided.”

    - Nargis Nagarwalla, May 2021

  • “Excellent Service at operation theater, Special thanks to doctors and nursing staff”

    - Sunita Dinde, Jul 2021

  • “I would like to appreciate the entire team at Jehangir for taking such good care of me. I would especially like to mention Maya Mahale\'s name her personal touch and presence made me confident.”

    - Devyani Mungali, Jul 2021

  • “The staff were very kind, from Maya head of admin to the nurses everyone was tremendous a special thank you to Maya, snehal, Rutika, Aishwarya & Priyanka for taking my care.”

    - U R Dani, Jul 2021

  • “We received a very good service from everyone at Jehangir. All the nurses and doctors gave the all required support. We all like to thank everyone for their support”

    - Shikha Bose, Jul 2021

  • “Would like to thank all the people who took good care of me during my short stay”

    - Dr Shilpa Yadav, Jul 2021

  • “We received very good service from everyone in the hospital. I am very much thankful to Maya & the Doctors. Thank You so much for everything”

    - Sham Balani, Jul 2021

  • “Our experience at Jehangir hospital was and always is lovely. Ms. Maya took care of us so well. all the labour room staff were extremely caring and efficient. Dr. Ninan Mansukhani and Dr. Kamat took care of us very well. The nursing staff at cardiac care is also excellent. All in all a great experience”

    - Zara, Jul 2021

  • “Every staff was appreciated happy with the treatment given by the doctors. very good coordination between nursing staff and doctors. They treated me like a brother. ward sisters & housekeeping staff had treated me very nicely. Thank you for all your service”

    - Raghundan Rathi, Jul 2021

  • “All Service and treatment is very good Thank you for everything”

    - Sandeep Borse, Jul 2021

  • “Super Staff, Excellent Doctors. Very Comfortable Experience. Thanks to Team Jehangir”

    - Darius Dorabjee, Jul 2021

  • “I, the undersigned here Mohammed Ali Al Badri, the vice president of Supreme Court in Republic of Yemen, have the honour to submit herewith my sworn declaration that I accompanied my wife Safia Mohammed Qadri from Yemen to India as a patient after 2 years of suffering, motionless in her room, can not walk more than 10 meters.l presented her to all specialists available in Sanaa, Yemen but of no use. So we. reached Pune. And due to her good luck,I exposed her to hounarable Dr.Sandeep Borse in Jehangir hospital, in view of advice given by one surgent in Pune to do nails in her lower spine. But when she was examined by Dr.Sandeep he refused that view and said: No need of surgery, I will prescribe a medicine for her that will enable her to walk again, I was astonished. I couldn\'t believe what I have heard, just after 4 days of using that medicine, she felt that the ropes tighten her body started to untightened, and with a help of physiotherapy exercises, she was able to walk independently for long distances gradually. However, I hereby express my family\'s gratitude for DR.SANDEEP BORSE, the statue and pillar of medicine in Pune, who deserves all thanks for his efforts In relief ing human suffering. Alongside him, there are others who deserve the same gratitude. This is a real witness under my oath, and according to the best of my belief.”

    - Mohammed Ali Albadri, Aug 2021

  • “Excellent doctors & services provided by our staff especially Dr. Snita Sinukumar for all of her dedication and personal attention towards the patient. Thank you for sharing time to time all information and bare our questions.”

    - Pramilla, Apr 2022