I worked with Dr Saraf as a registrar. He is always helpful, approachable all the time. He manages his patients with high level of dignity, very careful for the patients. Experienced management skills. Hard working. Supportive for the staff. Thanks
Dr Saraf is an excellent doctor who is very caring and hardworking. He takes time to listen and offer advice to any concerns of the patient's, staff and multi disciplinary team. He has always been very professional in his approach but with a friendly touch which is very welcoming. He motivates his team and always strive's to get the best out of everyone.
Dr Saraf is an excellent consultant, he is motivated and dedicated to ensure best practice is upheld. He is willing to listen to all memebers of the multidisaplinary team and acts upon any concerns raised. Dr Saraf constantly strives to achieve the best outcome for patients and is willing to go above and beyond to ensure patients and relatives recieve excellent communication during their hospital stay.
Dr Saraf continues to monitor my health at regular intervals. He is an extremely caring and warm hearted doctor and I have always found him to be professional and highly skilful in all my experience with him. I have Type 1 diabetes, previous cellulitis and a previous stroke and suffer from severe neuropathy in both legs with left and right foot drop being treated by calipers to both legs.
Thanks for your kind feedback. I try my best to provide excellent evidence based care to all my patients.
This doctor is a very negative person. He does not treat people with respect, & constantly looks for ways to belittle & embarass them. He is very abrasive with his junior staff, & is on the lookout for things to criticise. If there is no obvious problem to see, one will surely be found by him. Clinically, he is not brilliant. He will not listen to or examine patients properly. He encourages an attitude of blame in the team he leads, in the name of improving the situation, when in reality, the situation could only be improved if he is to be removed from it. He could learn something from the other AMU consultants, who encourage, assist & empower the team. Walsall Manor is a great Hospital, with great staff, which is of immense contrast to his negative presence. It is a shame that he is the black spot in an otherwise good AMU team.
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