BGS Global Hospital, Kengeri, Bangalore

1.5 avg rating
14 ratings, 17 user reviews

Category: Hospital , Labs & Diagnostic Centre, Ambulance, Blood Bank, Pharmacy

Phone:  (080) 26255555, (080) 30444444

Mobile:  9843400000, 8024242424

Address:   67, Uttarahalli Road, Kengeri, Bangalore- 560060, Karnataka

Landmark:  Beside Abhiman Studio

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My father is at BGS Bangalore hospital now.
careless nature of nurses and doctors.

surgery scheduled 9am morning, but not happened till 1pm same day. patient is empty stomach and hungry.
Hospital is not careful towards patients age, treatment etc...

THIS IS MY LAST VISIT TO BGS WORLDWIDE.

WILL NEVER RECOMMEND THIS HOSPITAL TO ANYONE ANYMORE..

ITS HELL.........................

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I had taken my mom for trigeminal neuralgia complaints. He did not even touch her once and concluded that she has that disease. No time even to look into her old medical records. In a minute he concluded that she needs a surgery. She is 76 and has so many risk factors. When we asked about the risk, he gave evading answers saying that even a 'finger stitching' can cause death! That is not what I expect from my doctor at least. I went to his clinic on referral from my family physician Dr Krishna Murthy. I did not find this guy trust worthy at all. I met couple of his patients in the waiting area. They were also were unhappy with him for various reasons. I was told that this doctor does not conduct any operations now a days, he has a large team of junior doctors who operate on his name. I am not recommending this doctor at all.

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In response to Kaiser Raja
My mom, in the first place should not have been operated upon. We were not talked about pulmonary embolism till her death.
The doctors in BGS are best described as book worms. They say this supposed to react like this in this much percentage of people.
What if it doesn't. they have no clue
U say patients ask we are spending so much money, we want guarantee that the patient will survive
Even god cant gurantee
My ansswer
God doesn't gurantee, but god doesn't charge lakhs of rupees like u do
If I don't gurantee good performance at my job, I will be punished for my imcompetence. Was Dr. Srikkanth punished for operating my mom without knowing the consequences and taking her life away in the process
Dr. Kaiser Raja . Can you answer this question.
My mom was in hospital for almost 2 weeks just for diagnosis. Why was it not told to us before
Also pulmonary team has put Rs. 500 bill every single day.
Why did not they try to prevent pulmonary embolism
And if you cant give guarantee, it shows your science is not complete.
Why should I come to bGS if its doctors cant provide guarantee.
I will go to an astrologer. If u don't provide guarantee, ur understanding is incomplete. This is it. Accept it
And one more thing why BGS Docs come up with reasons after reasons but still no results
If this was USA, bgs would have been bankrupt by the compensation it had to give for the surviving relatives
One last advice: if u cant give guarantee, close ur shop. Don't advertise falsehoods
ur hospital posters only talk of ur success stories. can u put ur failed stories too. why are they missing

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*BGS Global Hospital Neurology department Most of the doctors are young and Inexperienced

*They are not competitive enough to save life of a critically ill patients

* Death is compulsory if a brain stroke patient is admitted to stroke ICU of BGS global hospital

*They don't have a effective protocol to save the life of massive brain stroke patient

*Each doctor gives different opinion for the same patient in neurology dept

*They are very good at prolonging the life of a critically ill patient by providing ventilator,nor adrenalyl injection for heart to function , dialysis

*They simply say that the patient is STABLE even though he is near to death

*STROKE ICU is very costliest ICU in ASIA per day its almost more than 25000 RS

*Please don't trust BGS Global Neurology doctors

*If there is a need of surgery please take the openion of minimum 5 doctors and 4 of them says surgery is needed go ahead else think of alternative way

*Please dont think of surgery in BGS global hospital

*BGS Global hospital is costly and not worth to visit this hospital

*BGS Global hospital is mainly to make a profit not for servicing the society

*BGS Global hospital neurology doctors are not good at taking the decisions for surgery

*they do surgery most of the time even if its not required
*BGS Global hospital is very far away from bangalore city

*All the above information is genuine and I wrote above information by heart because I lost my father in BGS Global Hospital Kengeri

*Never Ever take brain stroke patients to BGS Global hospital

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In response to Dr. Kaiser:

Again: with all the respect of highest magnitude for your knowledge and experience; I completely agree that your statement “As far as I am concerned and my team of doctors are concerned, we have much more interesting and passionate things to do.” – but this is at the cost of poor patients.
I also agree with you that certain tests are very much required and have to be performed to know the condition of the patient. But, do these tests have to be soooo expensive? I do agree that some funds have to be raised to run such a huge administration, but, doctor, don’t you think that they are over charged with the clear intention of profitability.
When I entered the hospital I read the motto at the reception – “to give quality at affordable cost” – affordable cost (isn’t this funny)?
.. and coming back to “grandson”’s case: after some further enquiry I found out that she was a 87 year old patient. After all the tests performed from the neurology department, she was suspected to have some sort of stomach cancer, and was referred to gastro department. Mean while, Dr. Ramana Reddy and Dr. Rakesh Jhadav keep on counseling that they require further tests to know if what they are suspecting is true. --- not my point here is: let us consider the patient had cancer – what is the option? Chemotherapy? Ha ha – this is what Dr. Ramana and Dr. Jhadav suggested.. Now, can an 87 year old sustain chemotherapy? Pardon my limited knowledge, I guess “NO”.
Dear Dr… Again let me clarify that I don’t have anything against you in person. Though I am an atheist, I have all the respect of the highest magnitude to Sri. Sri. Sri BGS for his works. But, really sorry to say, he perhaps is not very happy looking down from heaven (if exists).

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In response to Mr. Niranjan,
In any hospital or medical facility, a patient or his relative has to right to ask his treating doctor the nature of the tests being performed. He can question the indication for a test as well the justification for the cost. No sensible doctor will ever order a test just to earn money. Though I will agree with you that this is a very bad practice in every corner of our country where doctors order tests (lab test, radiology tests etc) and get a commission on these tests. As far as your statement that we grow our business by ordering unnecessary tests is not correct. As far as I am concerned and my team of doctors are concerned, we have much more interesting and passionate things to do. In case you do have the time and the determination, feel free to meet me in my department and I will sort out all your queries and doubts. Email me directly at kaiser@transplantationliver.com to fix up a meeting with me. I may not be sure about others but my conscience is quite clear. Dr. Kaiser Raja, Consultant Liver Diseases and Transplantation, Global Integrated Liver Care Team, BGS Global Hospitals, Bangalore (India). http://transplantationliver.com

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In Response to Dr. Kaiser Raja:

Dear Dr.

I had a close study of Mr. Grandson's Grandmother's case. All Mr. Grandson wants to tell is that, in your hospital, what ever problem a patient comes with, he is redirected to the Neurology department (though, perhaps, very unnecessary). Of course, when you redirect a person to the most expensive department who do the most expensive tests, can a patient's relative say "no"? He will surely not say "no" because he loves his relative and wants him/her to be alive. And, this is what you people take advantage of to grow your business.

With all respect of the highest magnitude: I want to ask you a question. Haven't you ever written some tests to be performed even if you know the results or you know the patient will not be alive - just to increase the bills? Don't respond here, it is not required: Ask yourself, as your conscience.

Regards,

Niranjan

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I have read the reviews of BGS Global Hospital on this website. Patients expect 100 percent results. Especially if they spend huge amounts of money. What they don't understand is that management of complicated and advanced medical problems is not easy in any advanced tertiary care center. Mr. Gurjar's mother dies of pulmonary embolism which is a known complication of any major abdominal surgery. This is usually explained to patients at the time of taking consent for surgery. Pulmonary embolism is not entirely preventable. The other person who lost his grandmother also does not seem to understand the problem. It seems that the lady had not passed urine for more than a day and had some pain in her toe or foot. Old people develop serious neurological problems that need proper investigation. Despite investigations, the diseases that we detect may not be treatable. Cost is another issue and investigations are another issue. Tests are costly but this does not mean that important tests should not be done. Occasionally it seems that an excess amount is spent on old patients by their relatives only to find that the eventual outcome may still be bad. It is for people to decide whether they still want to spend or not. I am part of the Liver Transplant Team at BGS Global Hospital and I am proud to say that we run one of the best Advanced Liver Disease, Hepatobiliary Surgery and Liver Transplant Programs in our country. I am often asked a question about Liver Transplant. "We are spending such a lot of money on the Transplant Surgery. We want 100 percent guarantee that the surgery will be successful." This is a ridiculous question. Even GOD does not guarantee a complete 100 years to life to everybody. How can mortal humans give that guarantee. Another interesting remark by some patients' attendants. "Liver Transplant is so costly. It is better to get one daughter married off than get a transplant. What is the logic of this argument. They are willing to pay dowry for the daughter's wedding but not willing to spend on liver transplant to save one's life. I agree that there are short comings in every hospital including BGS Global Hospital but I can say with certainty that some of the doctors working here are excellent and really work in a scientific fashion. Especially for Liver Diseases, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Liver and Pancreas Surgeries and Multiorgan Transplantation, you can safely trust the doctors there. Mishaps will still happen. It is life and we have to accept it. Blaming doctors for everything is not the solution. I still encourage any patient, who feels that he has not got appropriate treatment to go to a court of law where all aspects can be discussed openly in scientific manner. Dr. Kaiser Raja, Consultant Liver Diseases and Transplantation, Global Integrated Liver Care Team, BGS Global Hospitals, Bangalore (India). http://transplantationliver.com

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BGS global hospital neurology Prashantha is a very very fraud man,he is bringing more profit to the hospital by cheating many many patients,he should be punished

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Do you have a problem with your toe? Do you have a problem with stomach? Everything is connected to the central nervous system. The neurology department gets into picture and will do a CT Scan and MRI. Since the problem is with the stomach the gastro department gets into picture and does 3-4 scans and the next day will tell you that they have to do further investigations to confirm the matter. And by this time you have been already billed **Rs. 60K-80K**.

This is exactly how BGS Hospital, Kengeri, Bangalore operates. And this is what was done to my Grand Mother.

The highly inexperienced doctors, from neurology department don’t even take into consideration the patients age before performing the tests. All they look at the patient is as a money generating machine. All i came to this hospital for my grandmother is because it had been 24 hrs since my grandmother had passed urine. That’s it.

**She is no more today!**

Thanks to highly inexperienced (so-called) **Dr. Rakesh Jadhav** and **Dr. Ramana Reddy** kept on counselling us on non-sense stuff. When I was very direct to him, he told that “whatever we do now will only prolong her terminal”.. then why the hell did you do the tests? Why do you play with a patient’s emotion? I admitted my grandmother BGS considering the services done by Sri. BGS himself. I never thought that it is a profit making company.

I highly recommend you NOT to have your loved ones to be treated in this hospital and by highly inexperienced inhumane doctors.

Grand ma, I miss you! Sorry!

- your grand son

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None of the facilities sustain the tall claim as BGS global Hospita Kengeri Bangalore does. Their performance, reason for their many failures, the quality and kind of services they provide for the kind of money they take from Medical Insurances or others is really questionable. The dependable services is equal important like facilities. Here is half done. If you really love your family members or friends NEVER ever take them BGS hospital. is only my advice

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my true first hand experience regarding BGS hospital.
My mom complaining of stomach burn suspecting acidity in the stomach was taken to BGS by me. Dr. Ravindra BS(Gastro) diagnosed her with neuro Endocirne tumor of pancreas and referred to Dr. Srikanth G from the same hospital and as per Dr Srikanth(Gastro surgery director) advised me that surgery is a must and subsequently got my mom admitted for surgery. Post surgery, he told me it was not pancreatic cancer but duodenum tumor. After that my mom's bile juice output would continuously increase. The entire Gastro Surgical team came up repeatedly with plan A, plan B, plan c at the expense of the patient's emotions and cost and finally delivered a dead body to us on the date of discharge. Cause of death was massive pulmonary embolism. u only get reasons as to why this happenned. Doctors inspite of having long list of degrees against their names and charging high amount dont have the knowledge and expertise to deal with complicated patients (my mom was taking anti psychotic drugs and this was revealed to them before admission to hospital). My mom died in the hospital becoz the doctors could not prevent pulmonary Embolism which i read is a common threat to immobile patients (like during surgery). Please avoid BGS. when they handed me the dead body, I was given a bill of Rs. 5.8 lakhs)..
BGS is costly but they cant handle complications. they give you only medical reasons after reasons. All u get is a dead body and a bunch of medical reasons. Avoid BGS if you value your dear ones. It was the biggest mistake of my life to put my mom under the care of Dr. Srikanth. My mom would have survived for a few more years even if surgery was avoided. Dr. Ravindra, you should not have referred me to Dr. Srikanth.

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*BGS Global Hospital Neurology department Most of the doctors are young and Inexperienced

*They are not competitive enough to save life of a critically ill patients

* Death is compulsory if a brain stroke patient is admitted to stroke ICU of BGS global hospital

*They don't have a effective protocol to save the life of massive brain stroke patient

*Each doctor gives different opinion for the same patient in neurology dept

*They are very good at prolonging the life of a critically ill patient by providing ventilator,nor adrenalyl injection for heart to function , dialysis

*They simply say that the patient is STABLE even though he is near to death

*STROKE ICU is very costliest ICU in ASIA per day its almost more than 25000 RS

*Please don't trust BGS Global Neurology doctors

*If there is a need of surgery please take the openion of minimum 5 doctors and 4 of them says surgery is needed go ahead else think of alternative way

*Please dont think of surgery in BGS global hospital

*BGS Global hospital is costly and not worth to visit this hospital

*BGS Global hospital is mainly to make a profit not for servicing the society

*BGS Global hospital neurology doctors are not good at taking the decisions for surgery

*they do surgery most of the time even if its not required

*Never Ever take brain stroke patients to BGS Global hospital

*<a href="http://bgsglobalhospital.blogspot.in/">BGS GLOBAL HOSPITAL FRAUD </A>

*BGS Global hospital is very far away from bangalore city

*All the above information is genuine and I wrote above information by heart because I lost my father in BGS Global Hospital Kengeri

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Even though the doc was there, we were told that the doc was not available after much wait and after bill payment. Though Operations dept person apologized and called us back later, the damage was done by one of the staff and a doctor in Neurology.

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"BGS GLobal Hospital" - You want to get fleeced write under your nose ? Then this is the right hospital.
They do not tell you how much it could cost you to undergo a planned surgery. We were informed about rates about different rooms ( we did not come here on a holiday to stay in rooms ) .my father in law had to undergo a small liver surgery to remove some calculi build up. they informed us that it would cost us around 135000 /- a few hundreds or thousands here and there, after the operation they asked us to pay another 90000 (after already 100000 as advance before the operation ). when we enquired they said that 135000 was the just cost of the operation and such operations cost a minimum of 400000 lacs (which was not informed to us never before ), they asked us to pay the money immediately else medication to the patient could be stopped , we had to stay for 1 week after the surgery and by the time they discharged us we were billed (396000 and given a discount of Rs;4000 felt like it was tips given to me for getting a patient to them.)

The hospital boasts of state of art facilities, but they do not even have a basic pantry for patients in-charge inside the hospital( they have one pantry which is only for staff and doctors, patients and others have to rely on the pantry outside the facility which is pathetic , ( AT THIS HOSPITAL PATIENTS AND ALL ARE TREATED LIKE STRANGERS -DO WE NEED SUCH TREATMENT AFTER PAYING SO MUCH )

Some of the doctors are okay, you have some of the inexperienced doctors nurses who are practising on live patients. The billing department and the counselling department are the worst of the lot, where they confuse the patients blaming each other ( ask the doctor>the doctor asks us to ask the billing dept vice-versa. Etc

It could go on and on with their service provided, let me stop here.

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Very horrible hospital,no quality Doctors available,all junior doctors,ayurveda doctors available.No standards,neurosurgery department is pathetic,they charge 400Rs for OP consultation,but you cant meet the consultant,chief of neurosurgery Dr.venkataraman is horrible,he has no time to talk to patient,acts very busy.I strongly recommend people not to visit this,very remotely located hospital for your safety.

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