Munusamy BalajiI had ACL reconstruction surgery done by Dr. Jagedesh and Co on 3rd July.
I wanted to commend your team of staffs who made my stay for the surgery LESS ANXIOUS and bit more relaxed as i was really scared of the surgery.
First and foremost I wish to thank Dr. Jagedesh for giving me moral courage and support when I feared if I could walk after the surgery due to excruciating pain.
Also I commend these few people in International Bld who performed their duties very professionally and caring…
- Duty Nurses: Sowmiya Pillay, Saraswathi
- Post Op Ward: Mary, Sarala
- Physiotherapist: Abisha
- PRO of 4th Level in International Bld.
A. MageshThis is to convey our hearty thanks for the service rendered to us. My father N.Akileswaran has been advised for the operation reosteosynthesis.
As per the advice from the chief doctor sir we have got admission on 5th of this month. After controlling the sugar levels he underwent an operation on 10/06/2013.
From the time of admission till discharge we have received good service from one and all. Yousuf in Insurance department has guided us well for getting the approval of insurance amount. Even at the time of discharge all the summary reports have been perfectly submitted to us with the clear instructions that needs to be followed. Srimathi from the billing department also responded well for our queries and the final settlement was also made faster.
Finally we got a good & best treatment. Once again thanks to all the departments who have been doing their best for the welfare of the patients.
Thank MIOT, You are really bringing out a new sunshine and bringing back the happiness in every ones life.
Our whole hearted thanks and regards to Mohan Das Sir and Ram Prasad Sir.
MANISH KUMARI WAS IN POST OPERATIVE WARD FOR ALMOST ONE MONTH
I FELT THAT NURSING IS VERY GOOD THERE, NURSES ARE WORKING THERE BEST.
Ajay Kumar DasIn recent past of seven month when driver is not available I have driven down to your hospital more than 15 times with critically ill person at night.
- I do not know how to start but let me tell you that I have seen smiles in many faces those who are completely lost. It is because of you, MIOT.
- I am Ajay Kumar Das, a retired Naval Officer staying in Arakkonam. My house is in Defence colony. I run a small travels agency to help people those who mostly need to go to hospitals. Most of my clients are central Govt employees or retired. During this period when I carry the person to your hospital mostly without hope. But I was wrong.
- I want to quote two cases especially when I see them now “A great smile on faces” Now they are very happy and what not———?
- Mr Hanifa who was very seriously ill due to defect on brain. Family members are tensed when I was driving down. He was admitted and brain was operated. Now he lives happily. His smile speaks about you.
- Mrs janardhana who was almost paralysed in the bed for last 3 years. After heap operation she started walking with a help of stick, but I am sure she will walk with out stick soon. We see “A great smile in her face which speak about you”
- The way MIOT works is fantastic. A lot of young faces (staffs) in the hospital which says you believe on new generation. Another best thing is that you have given opportunity to the North East personnel with respect and style. There is no end for you. Keep doing the way you doing and success will touch your feet always.
“Jai Hind and jai MIOT”
Ajay Kumar Das
Lalitha MohanMy husband, Lt. Col (Retd.) Mohan Krishnan has just completed Autologus Stem Cell transplant on Feb 20th. We were there in the hospital for nearly a month. (total isolation) Before the treatment commenced,
Dr. Chezhian Subash and Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty gave us detailed explanation of what is Autologus Stem Cell transplant which would be done in two phases – harvesting and the transplant. They also told us that various side effect would take place during the procedure and also there was a ten percent risk to the patient’s life during the procedure. Hearing this, I was apprehensive whether my husband would be able to go through this treatment. But my husband was ready to face it and then I realized that I had to give him the courage to go ahead with the treatment. Each day troubled by fear, anxiety and worry was there within me but all that would vanish when we see both the doctors in the noon. Frequently they would come and see him to find out whether he was OK – any problem. That kept us going!
Every day was a new experience – an experience which we never experienced in our life and we took it on our stride to face it. The doctors presence was enough to lift all our problems away.
Here I would like to mention the three sisters – Renuka, Della and Anju – who tirelessly work in the BMT department always smiling, a kind word and a lot of advice as to ease the problem and the encouraging words were so soothing to us which always left a smile on our face too.
They are far away from their families but there was no complaint at all – their attitude and dedication one should be proud of.
Last but not the least is Bhagwathy – simple, unassuming and soft spoken. Always ready to get the blood donor or for the platelets for my husband.
Dr. Raja who always came to find out whether my husband had any problem, everything was OK and whether he was comfortable or not. Before he left for the day, he would come over again here and enquire about him.
The complete BMT staff was so helpful that we never knew how time passed by.
We are even grateful to Dr. Chezhian Subash and Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty for all the help rendered to us and there are no words to express one gratitude. This bond will be there till the last…
Lalitha Mohan.My husband Lt. Col (Retd) Mohan Krishnan is undergoing treatment here at MIOT for multiple Myleoma.
Being an ECHS member, we had gone to our polyclinic for an orthopedic problem thereby they referred us to MIOT. After going through the various tests and scans, it was revealed that he had Multiple Myleoma problem here, we were referred to the Oncology Department and the doctors suggested a treatment of Radiation for 5 weeks under Dr. Vijaygopal.
This went off well and there was a marked improvement regarding his pain. Now after this we were referred Dr. Chezhian Subash and Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty for chemotherapy. Both the doctors called us and gave a detailed idea as to what is chemotherapy, the duration, the side effects and how to go about it. Under their able guidance and help it went off smoothly without much side effects. After 4 weeks of chemotherapy, they once again told us about the next set of treatment. Autologus Stem Cell transplant. This procedure was pre-planned in detail (what could and would happen during the treatment) and the outcome of it.
By now we were very confident that we would have this treatment done here only at MIOT (even though oncology is not covered here by ECHS) and that is because of faith, trust and confidence we have with Dr. Chezhian Subash and Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty inspite of facing financial constraints to pay off for this expensive treatment, we have taken a heavy loan to go ahead with this treatment and the reason being that my husband is in the hands of such capable and able doctors like Dr. Chezhian Subash and Dr. Joydeep Chakrabartty. We need such doctors who are thoroughly dedicated to their profession and I am sure MIOT is proud to have them in their panel of doctors. We wish them all the best in all their endeavours.
I once again thank God for bringing us to such able hands like these two doctors.
Sudheer SoolapaniHaving suffered almost beyond endurance, I began to look for options to get my hip joints operated.
11 years is a long time to experience pain in both the legs caused by a very agonizing and limiting disease – Bilateral Avascular Necrosis. It was as if by luck or fate, I met an acquaintance of mine who had undergone a successful surgery at MIOT. Subsequently, I went to MIOT and met Dr. Prithvi Mohandas in December, 2011. In spite of his obvious busy schedule, he spent a considerable amount of time to explain the various options available to me and assured that after the THR (Total Hip Replacement), I would be able to lead a normal and painless life, which at that time seemed like a dream to me.
May I also mention that the total cost of the operation/replacement was much less than what other hospitals were charging in Kerala. I was operated on my left leg in January, 2012. It has to be pointed out that the stay at MIOT was very comfortable and the staff ensured that I was given a lot of care and support. The mere presence of Dr. Prithvi Mohandas when he came for rounds was very assuring and inspired confidence. We were pleasantly surprised that, as assured in the beginning, I was discharged in a week and was confident enough to walk unaided within mere five weeks of discharge. My second leg was operated in a 7 months gap in August,2012. This time round I was much more relaxed and knew what to expect. Now, a year after the hip joint replacements, I am almost a different person physically and mentally as my legs are totally free of pain.
I and my family are extremely thankful to Dr. Prithvi Mohandas and the MIOT hospital for helping me get back to leading a normal life as Dr. Prithvi Mohandas had assured in 2011.Wishing Dr. Prithvi Mohandas and MIOT hospitals all success.
As MIOT says, they do always put their patients first!
T. SARAVANAKUMARAt the outset I would like to thank you very much for being provided proper care when I underwent into Master Health check up with your esteemed Medical facility MIOT in Chennai,
I take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitute and appreciation for the entire time of MIOT and especially Dr.Mohammed Mansoor whose outstanding care, the PRO Ms.Geethanjali and also the Executive Mr. Hariprasath for their duty bound support and co-operation extended to me during the check ups.
I wish you all the best for giving an extraordinary health service for the people to enable them to have a long life !