Dr KT Subrayen (Umhlanga) Hothttp://www.yowzit.com/za/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/250x125s/bb/61/be/gynaecology-79-1430124127.jpg
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Average user rating from: 2 user(s)
|Quality of treatment||2.8 (2)|
|Quality of treatment||5.0|
Last updated: May 15, 2018
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excellent treatment received
the ladies working here are just super,they were extremely friendly. i visited the doctor for the first time and was blown away with the ladies manners and their friendly nature, My advice to ladies who have problems or issues to please remember we all are humans and we do make mistakes but as patients it does not give us the right to raise your voice and be rude, take the person one side and discuss the issue and getting a solution to it , i will be visiting this doctor again all thanks to treatment received at his rooms at Umhlanga medical centre.
|Quality of treatment||0.5|
Consultation phase will never repeat
I had the worst experience with this doc.Went to him for an infection. Told him I had taken meds for malaria and too tabs wid me.Showed him side effect and asked if this was not the prob. He gave me flagyl and went on my way. 5 days later no response. 15 calls and teo emails later at every practice, when he did not respond I got an appointment . My request WS for him to issue a stronger script as flagyl and R 900 did not achieve any relief. He never returned the call and he didn't write out any script. Only after R 400 to R500 lTercwhen I sat before him and " said it " to him did he issue the correct script which was sporanox and cleared the infection. Leave alone that ,when I told him I had reminded him of malanil ( meds for malaria one has to take when travelling certain parts of continent)side effects he said I never did and that he had made no record of that. What I did not understand is how he let 17 contacts by a patient at all his rooms go unresponded.