Patient Experiences


  • Mr Kailash Chandra Sahoo speaks about his heart surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    After feeling chest pain, and getting admitted in Aditya CARE, you won’t face any pain or fear. Their treatment and the staff’s behavior and cooperation is first class. When you walk into Aditya CARE, there will be no more pain at all. I hope they continue to help people and God will bless them in abundance.

  • Ms Amita Pradhan, speaks about her aunt Susama Sahoo’s knee replacement surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    The doctors, nurses and all the staff were very cooperative and took care of everything; medicine, food, cleanliness was all up to the mark. Now, she’s able to walk and carry on with her activities. My aunt says, “I was suffering so much but now I’m relieved, I’ll tell people to get treated at CARE Hospital too!”

  • Mr Jugal Debata speaks about his son’s appendicitis surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    More than the operation, the treatment from the staff and from the doctors was incredible. I was put into no strain… I did not feel that apprehension which any parent would normally undergo... I found this particular hospital, Aditya Care Hospital in Bhubaneswar to be GOOD!

  • Ms Kasturika Patnaik speaks about her gall bladder surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    The patient care — excellent. You feel good going inside the hospital. It’s like you have gone to relax. Either you or your close relatives, whosoever suffers, the human side is very much there in Aditya Care Hospitals. Human touch!

  • Dr Ghulam Mustafa shares his experience on heart disease treatment at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    I’m really grateful to the doctors and the rest of the staff. They are very dedicated. The doctor comes early in the morning and returns home late at night. He is in the hospital all through the day, without a hint of tiredness and irritation. When the patients’ attendants enquire about the patient’s condition, he responds to them with patience and compassion. This politeness I have seen not only in him but in the entire team here.

  • Mr Sheikh Mukhtar Ali speaks about his wife's heart surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    Earlier I did not know what the word “care” meant, but after coming to Aditya CARE Hospitals and experiencing the treatment given here I know exactly what it stands for. The doctors and staff have always been readily available to serve our needs and answer our doubts. It’s not just us but everyone who comes to CARE…all are treated with care and compassion. One feels at home, like they are with family.

  • Ms Bijaya Laxmi speaks about her valve replacement surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    The staff of Aditya CARE is very cooperative and loving. The doctors treat the patient as a child and care of them as they would their own father with a loving and caring attitude. Sisters are well trained, take proper care…timely medicines are given. Aditya CARE is the best hospital for cardiac patients. Two months after the surgery I could do all my work, climb stairs…I did not feel like I had had a surgery.

  • Mr Abhay K Jain speaks about gall bladder stones operation of his mother Ms Kamala at CARE Hospitals

    The patient arrives with certain troubles and doubts but the way Dr Tripathy responds to them and talks to them is enough to reassure them that they are in good hands. There are many good doctors across India but the treatment that he provides is the best. He reassures the patient and builds confidence in the treatment that he offers. Even for old patients, the doctor still feels a sense of ownership. In other hospitals no one really bothers about you when you are waiting. Here people constantly enquire if we are comfortable or need any help.

  • Ms Jyotimayee Mohanta speaks about her uterus removal surgery at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    Two hours after my surgery I was asked to walk. No one could say that I had just been operated upon! Payments and billings are transparent, there are no hidden charges. In Aditya CARE, proper care is taken of the patients. Whenever I recommend patients here, they always express their gratitude to me and to the staff.

  • Ms Chinmayi Sahu speaks about her father's cardiac angioplasty at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    The doctors and staff were extremely cooperative and were responsive. It was reassuring for the patient and the attendants, as the doctors and staff never left them in doubt regarding any aspect of the treatment. They never gave false reassurance and stuck to the facts; this gave us confidence in them, as we were sure that they would let us know if anything had gone wrong.

  • Mr Deepak Patnaik's experience on heart blockage treatment at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    CARE Hospitals had a good reputation in Bhubaneswar, so I too preferred having my treatment done at CARE. On arriving I realized that the reputation of CARE was well founded. The doctors and staff are excellent. The nursing staff is excellent. They answered any doubts that I had and were on hand round-the-clock to attend to the needs of the patients. This is something that I haven't seen in any other hospital in India.

  • Pandit Umesh Chandrakar speaks about his bypass surgery of heart at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    Dr Tripathy is an excellent doctor who manages his work well and there is no need for fear when he is in charge of your treatment. The treatment (for bypass surgery) was well coordinated and the teamwork that the doctors and staff exhibit at CARE is a quality not found in other hospitals. In my opinion CARE is the best hospital in Odisha.

  • Ms. Urmila on kidney infection treatment at CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar

    When I came here, I was unconscious. I was placed in the ICU. But when I regained consciousness, I did not feel that I was in a hospital. It was a very friendly atmosphere. Even the doctor's behavior is as good as his treatment. The doctor's smile itself is enough to cure 90% of the disease. Be it any disease, if you come here, you will recover. Generally, there is a doubt whether we will be treated properly at a hospital. But if you visit this hospital, you can rest assured that you will get well soon. The care they offer is exactly like a mother's care towards her children.

  • CARE Hospital is a ray of hope for health services in Odisha for its humanitarian treatment by renowned doctors and staff, proper hygiene, maintenance and world class environment... We wish it all success.

    Mr SK Nasrullah, Bhubaneswar



  • “My wife was resurrected by Dr Tripathy and his team”
    CARE Bhubaneswar associate Mr Abhijit Das’s mother, Mrs Nayak underwent a CAG, under the care of Dr M P Tripathy, MD. Mr Das and his family were very grateful and felicitated Dr Tripathy. His father writes:
    It was 16th Aug 2016 morning, 9.15 am when I was about to leave for my office, I witnessed the silent sobbing of my wife Mrs Suprava Nayak, with tears glistening in her eyes and pressed right hand on left chest. Perhaps the pain was acute and unbearable. She asked for a tablet of H2 blocker or proton pump inhibitor, assuming the pain was due to hyperacidity; she was bewildered and nervous but we rushed to the Cardiology Dept of SCB Medical College, Cuttack. Since she was reluctant to stay there, we sent the ECG reports by What’sApp to CARE. It was confirmed from the hospital that there was a complication so we immediately went there. Immediate and diligent treatment was rendered by Dr Mahendra Prasad Tripathy and his expert team. I am thankful to the whole team which expedited the process in a twinkling. Dr Tripathy suggested a CAG which was performed the next day after a thorough investigation. He said the patient had a miraculous escape from angioplasty as two blockages were dissolved by the anticoagulant given on the first day… I felt my wife was resurrected by the legendary and enigmatic cardiologist Dr Tripathy and his competent team. I adore the unique culture of the hospital in such a time of commercialization of hospital business.

    Mr Anup Kishore Das (father of Mr Abhijit Das, BD), Cuttack



  • Behavior of doctors, nurses and staff is very good and cooperative.

    Mr Prafulla Kumar Behera, Bhubaneswar



  • Employees are sincere. Incentives will encourage them to continue the services.

    Mr Girish Ch (Pt Mr Swaraj Panda), Bhubaneswar



  • We are very happy with the services provided by CARE Hospitals. The staff was very cooperative. We especially thank Dr M P Tripathy, Dr Manas and Mrs Smita (Insurance and Corporate Dept).

    Mr Subrat Prusty, Bhubaneswar



  • My uncle Binod Kumar Majhi had undergone knee replacement (TKR) of left leg 3 months back at CARE Hospitals. We were very satisfied with the services and, hence, decided to do TKR for the right leg on 21st  November.  Now my uncle is fine. The doctors and staff are very cooperative. They do their work without any discrimination. We are very thankful to Dr Sunil and Dr Mithilesh for their treatment and care.

    Mr Tofan Samal, Bhubaneswar



  • The quality of inpatient services is extremely good. The behavior of the staff is very nice, affectionate and cooperative.

    Mr Ranjeet Kumar Das, Kendrapara, Odisha



  • My sincere gratitude wouldn't be enough for the outstanding care and kindness shown to my family during my stay. I really appreciate the efforts and dedication of the hospital staff towards the inpatients. My father had come to the hospital with pre-syncope attacks of TFB and we are very thankful to the hospital for its diagnostic talents and preparedness to act accordingly. When my father was in the ICU he said, “Here I feel like a person and not just a bed number.”

    Ms Shelly Patnaik, Bhubaneswar



  • Congenial for medical treatment and an outstanding hospital.

    Ms Anita Naik, Bhubaneswar



  • In this particular ICU, at the time of my treatment those who were associated with me from the cleaning staff to the doctors are so dynamic, energetic, kind-hearted, disciplined, and very punctual. These processes/systems helped me to fight against my disease as a super antibiotic to kill germs. CARE Hospitals, Bhubaneswar, takes good care to cure the patients so that I felt very well. This is the main aim and objective of the hospital, I think so. Please open another centre to provide the topmost, up-to-date treatment for the betterment of society, in another corner of Odisha.

    Mr Biswapt Pradhan, Bhubaneswar (IP No. 24834)



  • My father-in-law Sree Kuldeep Mandal, 60 years old, retired from Mahanadi Coalfield Limited on 11th September. He became unconscious in the early morning. We went to a hospital in Talcher, where doctors diagnosed it as electrolyte imbalance, but could not find the exact reason behind it. The patient initially improved a bit but after a few hours he again became unconscious. Dr Mithilesh Kumar advised me to get him admitted in CARE Hospitals. In CARE Hospitals Casualty, all investigations were done under the supervision of Dr P K Routray. He was diagnosed with viral encephalitis; the condition was very critical. The doctor said there was a 60% chance of a cure. He started the treatment with all vital support and the patient gradually regained consciousness and started talking. We find all doctors and staff are very dedicated towards their work without any discrimination. I and my family are very thankful to Dr P K Routray and his team.

    Mr Lalan Kumar, Bhubaneswar



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