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Alshorouk Hospital
Bahr Elghazal St
Mohandiseen
33458690.

Emergency service, take the door on the right.
First class hospital, very little waiting. Nice professional staff, Clean.

2 X Rays plus a consultation. 125LE



Dr Hani El Shafie
Paediatric and Neonatal Consultant
M.B.B.CH, M.S.C., PHD
Cairo University

Mobile 0123101620
Office 4, St 209, Degla-Maadi T 25198745
Al Shorouk Hospital T33044901
As Salam Int Hospital T 25240250
email drhaniselshafie@hotmail.com

Dr Hani speaks perfect English.

SmallTalk Nursery
15, Road 209
Degla-Maadi
Mobile 0101456186
an excellent nursery run by an ex school teacher, one of the staff is a qualified nurse so no health care worries


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Last thursday my three years old had a nasty fall which resulted in the a wound on the scalp that required a trip to the hospital. Because the bleeding was not excesive and he didnt' seem confused or desoreentated, we decided against taking him to Salam Hospital (which I dislike ) and we took him instead to the local Ghalys Medical Center.

We called them beforehand and were transferred so we spoke directly to the doctor (as opposed to some demotivated and clueless receptionist, as it often happens) , who advised usto bring him promptly over to clean the wound and asses the need for stiches. SO off we go to Ghalids medial centre, a young and pleasant doctor receives at first, cleans the wound and confirms the need for stiches, but asks as to wait for his "professor" for a second opinion on how or where to do it.

Professor arrives (which as it turns out it is Doctor Ghaly himself) who put us inmediately at ease with his charm and profesionalism, and after a quck look at my son he tells us that he can stitch him up if we whish but that he will no give any kind of anesthesia or pain relief given my sons age and the possibility of an allergic reaction. He quite charmely points that has the skilfull hands of an old man who has done stiches thousands of times and could do it quickly, so my son would only be in pain for a few seconds.
He did stitched my son's scalp with such a skill that my son didnt even flicht! He was actally quite curious about the whole thing! I must add that in terms of hygine it was scruptulous, from the washing hands, to using disposable gloves to using the material out of the packet (before asking me to check by myself the expire date).

Most surprising of all, Doctor said he was so pleased about my son being so brave and cooperative, that it was his gift for have him treated, and he didn't charge us any money at all! How often has anyone got an outstanding servie in Egypt for free! I am by no means saying that treatments are free in Ghaly, of course not, this one was a clear exception, but even if we had been asked to pay a large amount, the treatment we received was personal, professional and excellent.

I very much recommend it .

Ghalys :
34 Golf Street ; Tel: (02) 380 92 47 - 359 25 93
It is in Maadi next to Western Union (in the upper part of Maadi)



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