I was admitted in c&w by ambulance on 2nd November 2015 with severe abdominal pain. While I have no recollection due to amnesia for the following two and half weeks, Mr Behar operated on me twice and literally saved my life from perithinitus and sceptis after suffering from severe divictilitus. Mr Behar and the extra ordinary nursing and medical team who cared for me 24/7 when I was transferred into I the intensive care department after suffering apparently multiple organ failour and being on life support, literally saved my life. My family were able to speak personally to Mr Behar about my illness even when I was on life support. When eventually I came round I remember meeting him ( I thought it was the first time I had met him) and he very kindly explained to me over the following days what had happened. While it is still very shocking that I was so very ill, mr Behar did not give up on me at anytime or indeed any of the increasingly nursing and medical staff and the micro biologists and to them all, I thank them from the bottom of my heart for giving me my life again and to be back home recovering with my family for Christmas. Mr Behar, thank you for saving my life and being so unbelievably amazing. To you all at C&W and the NHS you are all amazing, and thank you does not seem to be enough, but it is from the bottom of my heart.
I was operated from Dr Behar on 5th October 2010 at Chelsea and Westminster, to remove my gallbladder. Amazing confident doctor pre and post operation , can't thank him enough for making all the process so easy for me.
I was admitted via A&E for abdominal pain then a diagnosis of appendicitis after being admitted. Dr Behar was extremely personable, able to talk through options, procedures in a warm and compassionate way as well as not patronizing me. Post surgery he clearly explained the procedure and ensured that I understood next steps. The operation was successful and the laproscopic scars were very neatly done (considering I'd already had 3 previously). The post op follow up was very sincere and he talked me through everything in detail. I was most impressed with his personable bed side manner and not feeling rushed or "just a another patient".