Reviews on Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur

Doing our research on the cyber-world before we make any decision, has been the integral part of our decision making nowadays. Unfortunately, the Google search results are mixed with irrelevant and advertorial webpages. In this post, we have tried to curate a list of relevant consumer reviews on Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Kuala Lumpur.

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Pantai Hospital (Bangsar) Reviews on Lowyat:

Quick Note: Long discussion thread, worth reading with lots of good information sharing.

Oct 2010 to Sep 2014. Price for delivering baby

Since i find that this forum still new just want to contribute some information that i experience and know before for the pricing. Basically im penangnites so my pricing will be base in Penang, if any other people wanna share u may just reply and i will update i...
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Aug 2012 to May 2013: Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital feedback

Hi all! I would just like to ask if there's any of you here who have given birth in Pantai Hospital KL. My OB is Dr. Yap Moy Juan and will have me deliver in that hospital. I would appreciate any feedback that you may have.

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May 2013 - MamaAtWork
My wife gave birth in Pantai in May 2013. During monthly checkups, we saw a Dr with a private clinic which kept to appointment times; thus there was little to no wait time. The delivery was smooth; all but one staff respected all of our wishes (for a natural birth). Would go there again.

Oct 2012. Meena Sreenivasan (New Straits Times)

She says: “I was into the third trimester. I was referred to Dr Patricia in Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur for a second opinion. I was given three choices. The first was no mastectomy or abortion, but chemotherapy. The second was to remove the lump, keep the baby and do chemotherapy. The third option was to go for mastectomy, abort the baby and go with the chemotherapy.”

Sep 2012 - The birth story
After much delay, finally my birth story is ready..hehe
This entry gonna be pretty long as I went thru 31hrs of labour but I will try to shorten it. The time to see my baby come to this world was the longest I had to wait in my life. I delivered when I was 40 weeks and 5 days of pregnancy...1 cm.. so near yet so far..and so the story goes...

Nov 2011 - "we were recommended to see Dr. Paul Ng in Pantai Hospital Bangsar. According to some reviews, his queue is shorter (hence very suitable for working woman like me) and his charges is 1/3 of Dr. Guna's..."

Sep 2011 - My Experience at Pantai Medical Center, KL
I'm gonna go according to the issues I had.
1. Admission and Labour Suite
I was impressed at first, since my admission was prompt. They immediately gave me a room and it didn't take long for my husband to register me downstairs. The labour suite was also quite impressive, big and spacious, and the best part was that they allowed husbands and moms in...

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