Patients of Global Hospitals have always had a good relationship with the hospital, its doctors, and its staff. They have helped spread the good word about the hospital’s dedication and sincerity toward healing the ailing. Here are a few testimonials:
John Makario Mbunde
"I am writing to express my gratitude for the care and attention I received at Global Hospitals, L.B.Nagar, Hyderabad, India”
"On the 4th January' 2013 I was admitted to the Global Hospitals and on the 22nd January' 2013 received a new kidney, my brother
being my donor.
I would like to thank all the staff who cared for me during my stay in Global Hospitals; they were extremely professional, caring and
understanding. This was a worrying time and they made me feel at ease and would be there at the drop of a hat if/when any
complications or if feeling down they would reassure me and everyone.
The nurses there were fantastic, I would like to say thank you to ALL.
I also thank all the staff of Global Hospitals, special thanks goes to all the doctors and the auxiliary team who worked in tandem to
ensure that the entire process is of high success rate.
I wish to assure you that I will recommend your hospital to the other patients.
May god bless Global hospitals and all the staff according to his riches in glory.
My son David was admitted at BGS Global Hospitals for Heart Surgery and the operation went Fine! Big thanks to God, Doctors, Sisters and all the Staff who were very much willing to attend to your need at any part of the day or night. I am so impressed that night duty staff are always available for patients and don't fall asleep.
I will never forget the International Team - "Oh you guys are wonderful, always there to attend any issues very anxious to know if we are okay, honestly i have not seen such people". My appreciation to BGS Global Hospital who made my stay at home, i never thought that i was on a foreign land. I love you all and God bless you all....
Ms. Potvin Page
Ms. Page quotes - "I feel like I'm much younger and I have an opportunity to lead a normal life". Body re-contouring surgery markedly improved the appearance of 67-year-old Canadian patient Ms. Potvin Page.
Ms. Page has a host of medial issues realised that her healing process was not optimal because of the carious drugs she was taking and her 111 kg body weight with excess skin and fat made her contact Global Hospitals.
Specialist team of doctors headed by Dr.V.B.Narayanamurthy, Senior Plastic Surgeon at Global Health City, Global Hospitals, Chennai, India offered Ms. Page a fresh lease of life when they recontoured her body by reducing the flab that had accumulated over the years. Doctors conducted two pioneering body re-contouring successful surgeries to firm up the skin leaving minimal scars.
Master Aakif from Srilanka underwent Fibulectomy with nerve graft.
Baby Israa Ali
Baby Israa Ali from Iraq underwent Unilateral Osteotomy.
Baby Yasmeen, Oman
Third successful Auxiliary Liver transplant in the world
A two-year-old girl from Oman gets a second life after a complex surgery was performed by a team of doctors at the at the Global Hospital. Baby Yasmin developed hepatic coma after she was attacked by Hepatitis A. Fortunnately, she was tracked in the early stages of the ailment, which prevented her falling into a rapidly looming liver failure. The doctors at Oman referred her to Dr Naresh Shanmugam, a child liver specialist at the Global Health City, Chennai. Yasmin was then airlifted from Oman and was admitted at Global Health City in a very critical condition, She had a brain swelling, blood coagulopathy, very high ammonia, jaundice, secondary to liver failure.
A 10 hour complex auxiliary liver transplant was performed by Prof Mohamed Rela and team where the damaged portion of Yasmin’s liver was removed and replaced with a small portion of her uncle’s liver. She is now kept alive by the donor’s liver but her own liver has also started functioning.
Baby Zhivan Hisen
Two and Half year old Baby Zhivan Hisen from Dahouk, Iraq who was suffering from "left moderate Hydro uretro nephrosis Secondary to Vesico uretric junction pathology".
Underwent surgery - Bladder exploration with uretric reimplantation. Under Dr.Keshava Murthy - Senior Consultant Pediatric Surgeon. The Surgery was very much successful, the Baby and his family are extremely happy and flown back to their home country
Mr. Khalid Azeez Abdul Gader
Mr. Khalid Azeez Abdul Gader , 44 years old was presented to ENT department with complaint of discharge in both the ears on and off, associated with pain in the right ear and hard of hearing in both ears for the past 15 years. Due to extensive disease in both ears and complication of facial nerve injury he didn’t undergo any treatment in his native place. On examination under microscope his both ears showed extensive discharge with attic erosion and granulations. His audiological evaluation revealed moderate conductive hearing loss in both ears and CT temporal bone showed feature of bilateral mastoiditis. Due to extensive unsafe disease in both ears, bilateral mastoidectomy was planned. He underwent right modified radical mastoidectomy with tympanoplasty. Intra-operatively extensive cholesteatoma (a type of skin cyst located in the middle ear) involving mastoid bone was noticed and the same disease was cleared completely during surgery. Post-operative period was uneventful, his right ear canal pack and suture were removed after 2 weeks. The patient was very happy about the successful treatment provided by Dr Krishnakumar and team and the care at Global Health City, Chennai. He later underwent left modified radical mastoidectomy with tympanoplasty. His post-operative period was uneventful and both the ears were very healthy with no discharge. He returned to his country Iraq with very well regressed symptoms in both ears without any complications.
Mr Fawwaz Faris Noori from Iraq
Mr Fawwaz Faris Noori, 47 year old weighing 130 kg complained of discharge in right ear with associated hard of hearing in both ears for the past 5 years. On examination under microscope his right ear showed extensive discharge with attic retraction pocket. His audiological evaluation revealed bilateral moderate conductive hearing loss with mixed high frequency hearing loss in both ears and CT temporal bone showed feature of bilateral mastoiditis. As he was very obese fitness clearance were obtained from cardiologists, pulmonologists and anesthetists. Post operatively he was monitored in the surgical ICU for 24 hours. Once stable was shifted to the ward. His right ear canal pack and suture were removed after 2 weeks. He was very happy about the treatment given and returned home without any complications and successful treatment of right ear.
Mr. Nazeem Yazeer, Sri Lanka