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he gets to the point. you will leave the office with lot of information. You can tell that he knows what he is talking about.
Most intelligent Doctor ever seen. Diagnosed me in 30 seconds. Even Mayo Clinic missed my diagnosis
When I was in the hospital he had a great bedside manner and was very helpful!
Would NEVER recommend to anyone Horrible, I've never met a horrible mannered, RUDE, doctor in my life. Don't expect any discussion for your visit, he's in and out.
He is in and out in a very short time, RUDE, doesn't spend time answering questions, seems too bothered to even see you. Once he went to take a stethoscope to check my heart and 2 of the three times he put it to my body it didn't even touch me???? When your seeing a doctor for something as important as your kidney you shouldn't be dreading the day of your appointment.
Took my elderly father to him after he was hospitalized. Doctor was in a hurry, didn't take any time with us. Neither my father nor I was impressed. Nurse told us they were very busy and made excuses for his behavior.
Very poor. My mom was a direct admission from her PCP to Dr. Ghanekar. During the time he was her hospital physician; eight days, he never spent more than 2 minutes discussing her care, diagnosis, treatment etc. Literally no more than two minutes, He was slow to respond to the nurses request, sometimes longer than 36-hours. He refused to seek specialty care in the areas of pysch and neurology. Lack of care and compassion. We fired him and now have a hospitalist. He's horrible.
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