About Dr. Asfia Khaleel
Dr Asﬁa having done her master’s Degree in Psychiatry from MES Medical College has an experience over 20 years and associated with Vasavi Hospitals, Bangalore. She is trained to handle all types of general/ adult psychiatry. She has been a part of many research programs. Being linguist, She is an expert in the ﬁeld of Acute Care and Emergency Psychiatry, De-addiction, Child and adolescent psychiatry, Electroconvulsive therapy, Geriatric psychiatry, Psychotherapy training also done with emphasis on Cognitive Behavioural therapy, Supportive therapy, interpersonal therapy and therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
I will highly recommend this hospital.
I am admitted for Shoulder fracture. The Dr Rupendu and team took attentive care and treatment . The madhuri coordinator and all the staff were also very friendly, polite and cooperative. The rooms are clean and sanitized. Thank you vasavi it is best hospital
The consultation was excellent. The way Dr.Padmaja T J treated is very good and we are happy about all treatments and guidelines. All hospital staff members are very helpful and supportive. Patient Name - Sunanda Patil
I have been a regular patient and visit Dr. Srivatsa Subramanya for different family members. The hospital staff is very cordial and welcoming. It's been a pleasant experience always vis8ting the hospital. Keep it up team. All the best
Met Dr Padmaja from gynecology department. She is very kind and addressed all our queries. She is the best and suggest her and hospital for others. Even the reception department was very kind and helped us in our 1st visit
The hospital was very helpful throughout the process. The staff was very supportive and kind and very prompt. The rooms were clean and the doctors are very competent. Thank you for a warm experience.
Best gynecologist I ever met. Dr. Aarti shreedharan. The care and treatment I have received from her was so satisfied that i would consult only from her for any gynecological problem.
I have been consulting Dr. Gurucharan since last year for neurological issues. His treatment is very good. He listens to his patients politely and gives best advices which gives us more confidence. Eventually the issues get cured.
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