I second the shoes removal policy followed at all hospitals in Goa as the environment here is so dusty that shoes get very dirty and surely polluted. I have seen Dais sweeping with antiseptic smelling solutions at all hospitals I have visited at least twice in a day, so I expect the floors are clean & germ free. I fail to understand why people should have problems removing their shoes while walking on clean floor, as if they walk all over their own drawing rooms in footwear when they have just come from a visit outside. Ms Chongamla....You would never pick up germs from clinics & hospitals, but YOU COULD CARRY THEM IN with dirty shoes!!!!!!! A word or two about Drs Shilpa & Ashish, both my children have been delivered by Dr Ashish & are und ... View Moreer the care of Dr Shilpa ever since. They are the most comfortable, confidant and competent doctors and personally I have never had a problem at their clinic in all of the 10 years that I have been visiting them, nor have my relations who I have referred there.
My best wishes to them and their family..... Carry on with your good work Doctors!!....Jenny & DavidView Less
Nurses are never rude unless a patient acts extra smart making issues about small things like for eg. removing shoes in clinics. All clinics and medical establishments are cleaned and swabbed multiple times in a day with antiseseptic floor washes, so the floors are cleaner than one's feet which have walked on open roads. The very purpose of asking patients is to keep premise germ free and is followed in almost all clinics & hospitals in Goa, barring a few. Nurses in all clinics strive hard to keep patients comfortable. It is upto individual patient to understand that an obstetricians clinic is not time bound as Drs are busy with deliveries and other emergencies which demand priority care and one day when you are in the labor room or theatre ... View More, there will be someone complaining outside unless you can program yourself to deliver at a time convinient to all!View Less