05:56 11 jan 23
Had a successful surgery under Dr. Aditya Deshpande. He is a source of confidence and this confidence flows into thepatient and relatives. Thanks also to dr. Mukund Penurkar and Dr. Anantbhushan Ranade, the medical, nursing team and staff.read more
09:00 22 oct 22
Reposting the reviews as it seems to have been removed by someone. Administration: the administrator commits fraud for insurance people.Although the hospital is under TPA's network, at the time of admission they insist on preparing a reimbursement file. And gives false promise. The resulting patients are reimbursed much less. I recommend that TPA blacklist this hospital from the network. Doctors: Doctors are friendly and very experienced. Provides good guidance and treatment.read more
11:07 25 augustus 22
Good hospital. Good facilities. Doctors are very open, cooperative and supportive. All the staff were very professional,competent, friendly and helpful. Overall a very positive experience. A big thank you to all employees involved!read more
09:22 30 July 22
My first experience of surgery... was a little uncomfortable. But grateful for all the smooth processes and hospital supportcreate a comfortable and smooth experience. Undergoing surgery itself is mentally challenging. Feels good to receive a conductive environment here! Thank youread more
04:46 24 december 19
The procedure is very fast and the nurses are very humble. The doctors are experienced and skilled and are verymodest with the patients. The cleaning staff comes to tidy up from time to time. A very good and clean hospital. Visit this hospital since 2007 And has always proven its quality.read more
06:37 19 december 19
Very nice and old hospital in Pune with good doctors and staff. Can be upgraded on the equipment side. Areais very quiet and calm. Lighting and interiors could be improved to add a bright side and make the hospital seem less boringread more
05:34 17 december 19
Very nice hospital with all facilities and the staff was very friendly. We were kept well informed throughout the procedureand treatment. My wife's toenail bed surgery was successfully performed by Dr. Jindal. Just 1 suggestion from my side to change the sheets and pillowcases at night instead of early morning at 6am when patients are in deep sleep and disturbed because it's hard to get back to sleep. Rest everything was great. Thank you for the good service and we recommend others as well.read more
09:36 14 december 19
All the staff were very cooperative and well trained. The patient was monitored in a timely manner. Cleanliness was on pointmarking. All facilities offered were excellent. Time management and patient was also good.read more
07:24 11 december 19
Hospital environment is very calm and friendly environment. Staff are very cordial and polite in terms of theirresponse. A consistently operating food court is required on site. Except that the other facilities are very good in this hospital. Thank you very much. Kiranread more
08:57 29 nov 19
They provided good service and facilities at the right time. There is also a friendly atmosphere to recover patients.Doctors and nurses are helpful.read more
11:27 26 nov 19
Consulting doctors are very good. But the administration and support staff services are very poor. There is very muchless sensitivity for the patient and his attendant. The nursing staff expects the attendants to give medicines to the patient. Canteen services are pathetic. If my feedback is required, I am available for a call, provided that Sanjeevan plans to improve their services. I would like to ask the management to experience what it is like to sleep on the attendant's bed. It's very painful. It may be expected that the attendant will also be admitted.read more
05:04 23 nov 19
It was a great experience to be here. The treatment and doctors are the best at their job. The nurses are herefriendly and familiar to everyone. The overall environment was calm and comfortable.read more
05:40 18 nov 19
They treated me like a family man. I've been here before for my grandfather last time but now the service this timeimproved and the staff is more supportive. I can only say that Sanjeevan Hospital is good for all of us.read more
06:05 12 nov 19
Overall experience was satisfactory. Doctors and nurses were helpful. Feedback was accepted and implemented quickly.Hospital could use more cleanliness. Patients can benefit from improved elevators.read more
05:09 06 nov 19
The hospital grounds are good and the staff are very good. It's neat and clean and the doctors are veryprofessionals. The only suggestion is to clarify the bill and ask for partial payments at the same time as the applied charges and charges requested were the same as the ICU charge. If there is some transparency in this, it will be really helpful for the patient and his/her family to understand the charges applied.read more
06:51 26 oct 19
Since hospitalization Itinerary cleanliness throughout. All nursing staff and doctors have given very muchGood service . All administrative staff are very cooperative. We appreciate everything.read more
05:19 23 oct 19
Well, if you are looking for a decent, clean and affordable hospital to undergo any type of surgery or treatment,this hospital fits the bill perfectly. The staff are very polite, supportive and humble but thoroughly professional. Any complaint (well, if you have one) is quickly resolved and looked into. The doctors and staff are very well trained and the treatment they provide is very economical and precise.read more
05:29 21 oct 19
Staff are good and courteous. Cleaning services are good. More coordination between departments is needed. Nursingstaff should be aware of alternative medicines so that family members are not bothered to bring medicines that are already there. Also, the number of days of medicines must be checked and ordered during the day, as the pharmacy works with only one staff at night, which leads to delays and long queues.read more
05:32 09 oct 19
Very good support staff. Rooms with all necessary facilities. Easy admission and claim process. All in all very goodsupport .read more
05:35 07 oct 19
Most of the staff are cooperative. However, I think there are few nurses who should be mainly on the night shiftproactive and attentive. Only had an experience once. I wonder if the discount on medicines is not offered. Few hospitals offer this. All nurses must keep stock of medicines so that last minute rushes can be avoided.read more
04:56 26 september 19
Was new to this city when I recently got transferred. Referred by office colleagues so came for the treatment. Gotimmediate assistance to the victim and received proper treatment. Was under the care of Dr. Sambare and his associates. They took good care of me and from the first moment I knew that I was in safe hands. The withdrawal procedure was simple and hassle free with minimal documentation. A two day stay was normal with proper meds and speedy recovery. The atmosphere in the hospital is good. Staff are very helpful. All the doctors listened patiently and helpfully all the time. Received excellent and professional treatment at this hospital. A little more tidiness is needed in the household. Feeling good and obligated. Thank youread more
04:32 23 september 19
Good atmosphere and good service. Doctors occasionally made rounds. Only if the hospital has its own canteenfacilities could have been better.read more
09:56 19 september 19
Very good treatment also all doctors and staff. The cafeteria on the university campus is useless. Remove their advsign at the entrance so that other people are not bothered by the poor quality and serviceread more
05:48 18 september 19
It would be great if the toilets are improved. I agree that too many patients use them, but that's one departmentthat I needed improvement. Staff are very friendly and helpful in all departments. That is a very positive experience.read more
04:42 10 september 19
Excellent hospital; in every way. patient always receives the best treatment. Cleanliness is well maintained.
08:40 09 september 19
Friendly relationship between doctors, patients and employees. i am satisfied with cleanliness, just need to improvemaintenance on the mosquito problem.. and please provide some facilities for the person staying with the patient. thank you very much ...read more
06:00 09 september 19
Very good. Clean and quiet hospital of all types of patients so very nice experience from our family
05:22 09 september 19
Very good caring staff. Fast/quick help. Nice and good treatment. Keep it up..Best wishes..Phadnis.
06:45 07 september 19
My grandfather was treated by Dr. Ravindra Joshi. He was a very nice and cooperative doctor. Overall experience wasGood.read more
06:05 31 augustus 19
I was hospitalized. i can say that every single person here is very helpful. all doctor and nurse workinghere are well trained. And they are ready to help at any time of the day/night.read more
05:47 31 augustus 19
Had a pleasant stay at the hospital. The hospital staff were friendly and immediately assisted with any help needed.Would definitely refer to friends and family.read more
11:34 19 augustus 19
Very nice experience. cooperative staff. Best hospital in town Nurses take very good care of patientway. Cleanliness is well maintained.read more
11:32 19 augustus 19
Good hospital and supportive nursing staff. Good cleaning is done. If the staff is supportive and caring, patientand family members feel more safe and relived. Keep up the good efforts.read more
10:20 17 augustus 19
I would like to thank the hospital staff for their excellent assessment and tireless efforts during my treatment andtimely response to all my questions. The doctors here offer you the best preventive and curative measures and thus gain the trust of their patients. Most recommended hospital in town. ?read more
12:44 01 March 18
Hospital with many more medical facilities. Affordable cost for the middle class and below the line. Cooperating personnel. Take care of every person. Highly qualified doctor for any serious problem. More faith from local residents.read more
"I would start by saying to the triage nurse, 'I know that you are busy, and I need one minute of your time.What to do if you have no one to pick you up from the hospital? ›
Ask if the patient might have a neighbor or religious organization that would assist, she says. "Lots of churches have people on call to help with rides," Ogg says. "They might also be able to stay overnight as a caregiver." A private duty nurse might be another option, she adds.What to do when doctors can't diagnose you? ›
What should I do if I can't get a diagnosis? If you think you have an underlying disease that hasn't been diagnosed, you can ask your primary care provider for a referral to a specialist. And if you or your doctor suspect the disease could be genetic, you can always make an appointment at a medical genetics clinic.Can you call a hospital and ask to speak to a patient? ›
Can you call a hospital and ask if someone is there? Yes, unless the person has requested that no information be given out at all. Otherwise, legally the hospital is allowed to say that someone is a patient but that's all.What takes priority in an emergency room? ›
In the emergency department, the priority is "life or limb." You may not be seen in the order that you show up, but the hospital staff will treat you and the other patients based on how sick you are. Upon arrival, a registered nurse will assess every patient to determine treatment priority needs.Can you ask the hospital to keep you? ›
If you are in either type of hospital, you generally have a right to leave whenever you wish. Medical personnel cannot keep you against your will.Can I just get up and leave the hospital? ›
If you physician says you are medically ready to leave, the hospital must discharge you. If you decide to leave without your physician's approval, the hospital still must let you go.Can a hospital make you stay if you don't want to? ›
You have the legal right to leave. There is no law that requires you to sign discharge documents. Still, you should prepare a letter that explains why you decided to leave. Keep a copy of the letter and give a copy to the hospital administrator.What is medical gaslighting? ›
For example, medical gaslighting occurs when healthcare professionals downplay or blow off symptoms you know you're feeling and instead try to convince you they're caused by something else—or even that you're imagining them.What is the most misdiagnosed disease? ›
Cancer is the most commonly misdiagnosed disease. Breast cancer, cervical cancer, prostate cancer, and colon cancer are misdiagnosed with particular frequency. Cancer shares symptoms with a wide range of other medical conditions. Failure to timely diagnose cancer allows the disease to advance and become less treatable.
- Executive Summary. ...
- Recommended Actions. ...
- Pulmonary embolus. ...
- Necrotizing fasciitis. ...
- Vascular pathology in the neck. ...
- Compromise of the spinal cord. ...
- Ischemic bowel. ...
- Sleep apnea and post-op hypoventilation.
Phone call response rate increases at certain times of the day. Patients are most responsive to phone calls at 4:00 p.m. — with 5:00 p.m, 3:00 p.m., and 9:00 a.m. also as good times to call. Calling during lunch hours is likely a waste of time.Can you call a hospital for questions? ›
You can. Whether you are put through to a nurse or doctor , is not likely.What symptoms will get you admitted to the hospital? ›
- Chest pain or difficulty breathing.
- Weakness/numbness on one side.
- Slurred speech.
- Fainting/change in mental state.
- Serious burns.
- Head or eye injury.
- Broken bones and dislocated joints.
- Here are Nine Key Findings From Our Survey.
- More Healthcare Professionals Recommended the Mid-Morning Than Any Other Time. ...
- Emergency Room Professionals Had a Similar Preference. ...
- The Early Mornings Are a Distant Second. ...
- Evenings Are To Be Avoided.
People often wonder what happens if you go to an ER for anxiety. Going to an ER for anxiety will most likely help with the frightening symptoms the sufferer is experiencing. Their blood pressure can be monitored and the doctor can oversee their current state to administer advice or medicine to calm the patient down.How does the ER decide who goes first? ›
To provide the best possible treatment to our patients, our emergency departments follow a highly organized system known as triage. In triage, the patients with the more urgent medical conditions are seen first.What is priority 3 patient? ›
Priority 3 (Green) "Walking-wounded" Victims who are not seriously injured, are quickly triaged and tagged as "walking wounded", and a priority 3 or "green" classification (meaning delayed treatment/transportation).What does Level 3 mean in the emergency room? ›
Level 3 - Urgent, not life-threatening (Example: patient has severe abdominal pain) Level 4 - Semi-urgent, not life-threatening (Example: patient with earache or minor cut requiring sutures) Level 5 - Non-urgent, needs treatment when time permits (Example: patient with minor symptoms or needing a prescription renewal)What is it called when the hospital keeps you there? ›
A 72-hour hold (also known as a 5150 or 5585) is a specific code that refers to involuntary mental health hospitalization.
Information about life expectancy is based on real world contexts, such as hunger strikes and serious medical conditions. With no food and no water, the maximum time the body can survive is thought to be about one week . With water only, but no food, survival time may extend up to 2 to 3 months.Why do hospitals discharge patients early? ›
Reasons for Early Discharge
While some reasons for early discharges are beyond the control of hospital staff, some can be charged to negligence or simple error. Adults may be released before testing or monitoring is complete, such as in the case of a patient receiving an artificial implant or pacemaker.
Many hospitals provide a fold-out chair or cot, with blanket and pillow, so that a friend or family member can sleep overnight.Can I ask to stay at the hospital longer? ›
If you think you are being asked to leave the hospital too soon, you can ask for a longer hospital stay.Can I refuse to take my mom home from the hospital? ›
The answer is complicated but generally speaking, yes, you can certainly refuse to care for your elderly parent. Beyond the filial responsibility laws in some states, there are no “laws” that say that an adult child is obligated to care for their aging mother or father.Will Medicare pay if I leave the hospital against medical advice? ›
Several sources, including a representative from Medicare, have confirmed that Medicare has no policy to deny payment of hospital charges to patients who leave AMA. Payments are made based on a determination of whether care was medically necessary, regardless of how the patient is discharged.Can you leave the hospital without a baby name? ›
Parents can be forgiven for not knowing that they can leave the hospital with a nameless baby. Bureaucracy is a bully. But it's completely legal in most U.S. states to leave the baby portion of the birth-certificate blank. You can walk out of any hospital with a nameless child (as long as it's your own).Can a doctor ask a spouse to leave the room? ›
Occasionally a family member might be asked to step out, but mostly it's based on the patient's wishes.What is medical ghosting? ›
Ghosting is a visual artifact that occurs in magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) scans. These artifact are a consequence of environmental factors or the human body (such as blood flow, implants etc.).What not to tell your doctor? ›
Anything condescending, loud, hostile, or sarcastic
Although most people realize that doctors are regular people, too, some believe that doctors are never allowed to make mistakes. Patients need to realize that doctors are their partners, and getting belligerent or nasty will only harm the relationship.
- Your doctor interrupts you or doesn't listen to you.
- The answers you receive don't address your concerns.
- You feel ashamed after telling your doctor about your symptoms.
- You leave your appointment wondering if you are “imagining” your symptoms.
cancer. dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. advanced lung, heart, kidney and liver disease. stroke and other neurological diseases, including motor neurone disease and multiple sclerosis.What diseases do not show up on blood tests? ›
Neurological disease such as stroke, motor neurone disease, Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis aren't diagnosable from blood tests. Similarly, the diagnoses of depression, schizophrenia, ADHD and autism lack a specific blood diagnostic marker.What illnesses don't exist anymore? ›
Two infectious diseases have successfully been eradicated: smallpox in humans, and rinderpest in ruminants. There are four ongoing programs, targeting the human diseases poliomyelitis (polio), yaws, dracunculiasis (Guinea worm), and malaria.What disease is hardest to cure? ›
Cancer. Cancer refers to the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. This can affect almost any organ or tissue including lungs, breast, colon, skin and ovaries. Due to the complexity of the disease and the variety of forms it can take, developing a cure has proven difficult.What's the worst common disease? ›
The deadliest disease in the world is coronary artery disease (CAD). Also known as ischemic heart disease, CAD occurs when the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart become narrowed. Untreated CAD can lead to chest pain, heart failure, and arrhythmias. Impact of CAD worldwide.What is the rarest illness? ›
Stone Man's Disease
This disease is also called fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP). The heart, diaphragm, tongue, and other extra smooth and eye muscles are the only bodily muscles that do not develop into bones when a person is suffering from this rare disease.
The "Q" Word (Q=Quiet) is a word known in the Emergency Services as a punishable offensive word. Whenever the word is muttered, the night (or day) becomes flooded with emergency calls.Why can't you say quiet in hospital? ›
The word “quiet” is a controversial term to use in Emergency Medicine (EM) where unscheduled care is provided. It is believed by many EM healthcare workers that if the word is said, a bearable shift gets busier .What does quiet mean in a hospital? ›
Quiet Hours Help Patients Heal
Quiet Hours are designated periods of time dedicated to promoting rest and sleep. To support your health and healing, the U-M Health System has established Quiet Hours in all of our inpatient areas.
- “The busiest time starts around 6 p.m.; Mondays are the worst. ...
- “People who are vomiting their guts out get a room more quickly. ...
- “Never tell an E.R. ...
- “Don't blame E.R. ...
- “Never, ever lie to your E.R. ...
- “We hear all kinds of weird stuff.
The HIPAA Privacy Rule does not prevent hospitals from communicating information about patients to their loved ones. The first set of questions and answers address circumstances when your family member, friend, or other person is a patient at a medical facility.How do you talk to someone in the hospital? ›
- “You're in my thoughts every day, I love you.”
- “You're so strong, you've got this.”
- “I pray that you feel better.”
- “Nothing can stop you – get well soon!”
- “Sending healing energy your way.”
- “Wishing you a very speedy recovery!”
- “How are you feeling?
Call the Medi-Nurse Line: (877) 409-9052How do you ask someone in the hospital how they are? ›
Instead of asking about their prognosis or other questions regarding the illness, keep your questions more general. You may feel more comfortable asking, “How are you feeling?” This question gets to the heart of the matter. But, it allows the patient to decide how much they want to share.Why does it take so long to be seen in the emergency room? ›
There are several factors that influence ER overcrowding. One is a disorganized triage system. The triage system is an outline for prioritizing urgent patients in emergency rooms. Lack of standardization in how this system is implemented leads to emergency room overcrowding and long wait times.What is the best response in an emergency situation? ›
Call 911 as soon as possible. Give them as many details as possible regarding the incident, any continuing danger and the condition of any victims. Thorough and accurate information gives them a better idea of how many rescue personnel or vehicles are needed.What are the words for urgent care? ›
Urgent care center, walk-in clinic, immediate care clinic, retail clinic, convenient care clinic; the terms are used often interchangeably these days.How long is too long to wait in a waiting room? ›
Five minutes? Ten minutes? Twenty minutes? You should be aiming for the fewer-than-10-minute mark, as far as wait in the waiting room, and then less than 20 minutes from the time the patient is placed in the exam room until they see the doctor/practitioner (not the nurse/tech).What is the longest wait time in the ER? ›
- Maryland. 228 minutes.
- Delaware. 195 minutes.
- Massachusetts. 189 minutes.
- Rhode Island. 185 minutes.
- New York. 184 minutes.
- Arizona. 176 minutes.
- New Jersey. 173 minutes.
- Connecticut. 166 minutes.
Here is some of what they had to say. “The busiest time starts around 6 p.m.; Mondays are the worst. We're slowest from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. If you have a choice, come early in the morning.” Denise King, R.N., Riverside, Calif. “People who are vomiting their guts out get a room more quickly.Can you ask to be admitted to hospital? ›
Ultimately, the physician determines whether a patient can make it to the hospital on their own or needs an ambulance. Physicians who request that a patient be directly admitted usually make bed arrangements.What is the most common reason for hospital admission? ›
|% of Total Discharges|||
|1.||Accident, poisoning and violence [ICD10AM : S00-T98]||9.8|
|2.||Cancer [ICD10AM : C00-C96]||5.3|
|3.||Ischaemic heart diseases [ICD10AM : I20-I25]||3.0|
- You Have a Persistent, High Fever. ...
- Your Cold Becomes Unusually Bad. ...
- You've Lost Weight Suddenly and Without Explanation. ...
- You're Short of Breath. ...
- You Experience Severe Chest, Abdominal or Pelvic Pain. ...
- Your Bowel Movement or Urination Has Changed. ...
- Bright Flashes Interrupt Your Vision.
be moved. Code Gray: Combative or violent patient. Amber Alert: Infant or child missing or abducted.What are 3 things emergency response will ask? ›
|WHERE?||Where are you? Where is the scene?|
|WHO?||Who's involved? Is anyone hurt?|
|WHEN?||When did it happen? Is it going on right now?|
The Three C's of First Aid - Check, Call, and Care.How do you describe an urgent situation? ›
Urgent situation means a situation in which an individual is determined to be at risk of experiencing an emergency situation in the near future if he or she does not receive care, treatment, or support services.What word is more urgent than urgent? ›
On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to more urgent, such as: necessary, crucial, indispensable, persuasive, pressing, and vital.What is urgent vs emergency medical? ›
Visit an urgent care clinic when you need care right away, but the illness or injury isn't considered life-threatening. Call 911 or head to an emergency room immediately if you are experiencing severe symptoms and the injury or illness may be life- or limb-threatening.