I thank God for Dr. Gupta. He is a wonderful doctor, he has twice operated on my mother and he is the reason she is still alive. He removed every bit of her Stage 4 colon cancer 11 years ago in emergency operation, and two years ago removed her gall bladder again, emergency life-saving surgery. My mother is now 97 years old and we have Dr. Gupta to thank. While he is a man of few words, every word he says is the truth. He is extremely focused on doing the best for the patient and his skills are superb. I have NEVER had a problem with his office staff so and am very puzzled at the negativity of the reviews that just focus on that aspect of this doctor's career. When he saves your loved ones life, his wife's English language art skills are not important. I just got off the phone with his office because I need this doctor's skills once again and have scheduled an appointment. I did not have to listen to a prerecorded message that answered my call, did not have to select an appointment option, did not get placed on hold, and did not have to repeat my mother's name. How many times has that happened to you when calling a doctor's office? The call took two minutes. Really, I am baffled by all this nonsense about his office staff. 1
Dr Gupta is an awesome surgeon. He saved my wife's life (emergency surgery 4 in the morning). Saved another church member's wife's life. Saved my life from massive infection abscess. Saved the admitting nurse's father's life. The list goes on... While in the hospital all nurses on the floor said if they had to have surgery they wanted Gupta. Any general surgery, this is the doctor one would want.
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