3 based on 3 reviews
26th October 2018
I've been there a few times over the past decade, it's clean and comfortable and professional. Many of their doctors are fantastic, they are well informed and you can trust them. But the wait nowadays is too long, usually we wait for about 45 minutes to 1 hour past the scheduled time (one time I waited more than 2 hours and I was the second patient but the doctor was late). Stay away from the second floor (reeks of cigarette smoke, not sure if it's a doctor or other staff member who smokes but it's disgusting) and the lab (technician is inexperienced and poked me three times although I'm easy to draw blood from, left with pain and bruising for a week). Also stay away from Dr. Sabry Ghaly, he is crass, rude, sexist, moody, narcissistic, and sometimes says mean, disparaging, and condescending things. I saw him three times over the years with different (female) family members and he didn't say anything of use and everyone leaves his office looking tense or in tears. I've never seen anyone smiling or looking calm after meeting him. My sister was so ill and he gave no advice of value and what he said contradicted what all the other doctors said. Also there's no confidentiality with him because he yells so loud everyone in the waiting room can hear what he's saying to the patients inside. Most of the rest of the doctors are excellent though.
13th October 2011
On the contrary i have a positive experience, i didn't book an appointment, just called and asked when the doctor will be available and i took my wife there. The doctor was very professional and his English was very good, it's definitely a good place for foreigners, not crowded and friendly place. Probably not the top notch of doctors work in this center as they prefer large hospitals but it is still okay as long as you don't suffer from something serious
12th October 2011
This review is not so much about the quality of Ghaly Medical Center as I never got the chance to try it out. My wife had set an appointment with a dermatologist for our 2 year old daughter at 4.30 pm and she had repeatedly asked if the doctor comes on time which she was assured that she does. I was there with my 2 year old daughter at 4.25 pm and was asked to sit and wait which is fine. After app. 15 minutes a lady came and asked me to follow with her to across the street. I thought this is not too bad, only 10 minute delay. I was then asked to sit down again and wait. I asked how much longer it would be and I was told 5 minutes. Again I thought this is still ok. After another 10 minutes I again asked how much longer it would be and this is when I was told that the doctor was on his way. He wasnt even there yet but I was assured that he lived in Maadi and would be here shortly. This continued for 45 minutes after which I left without seeing anyone. Please explain to me why his time is more important than mine or that of my daughter. I am baffled by the lack of ability to manage time by many doctors in Egypt. Why even bother setting appointments if you already know that you will not be able to keep them. Is it really that difficult to manage? Most other people seem to be able to manage so why not doctors. The 1 star rating I am giving is because I was constantly being told 5 more minutes and in the end did not see the doctor.
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