Two Indian Doctors Expected In Liberia Soon–To Treat Kidney & Prostate Cancers, Spinal Disorders, Etc.


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Earlbert Medical Services Incorporated, Earl Z. Taweh, located on 21st Street, Russell Avenue, Sinkor, has disclosed that his medical service is expected to receive two medical practitioners from India.

   According to Taweh, the two experienced medical doctors, Dr. Manoj Miglani and Doctor Saurabh Patil, are working with Fortis Hospital, one of the leading hospitals in India.

   Dr. Manoj Miglani is a known orthopedic and spine surgeon doctor from Fortis Hospital, New Delhi, India, and is expected to be in Liberia at Earlbert Medical Services from December 22—24, 2022.

   Doctor Miglani, once in Liberia, will provide one-on-one medical consultation with patients. The Hot Pepper is informed that the doctor has more than twenty-two years of experience in handling spinal trauma and degeneration cases.

   The coming of Dr. Miglani will be of great help to patients suffering from spinal disorder, back pain, scoliosis, spinal deformities, degenerative disorder, posture deformity and joint pain problems, with the chance of them taking advantage of the opportunity to finding medical solutions to their problems.

   At the same time, Doctor Saurabh Patil, a trained Urologist from Fortis Hospital, Mulund, Mumbai, India, is also expected to come along with Doctor Miglani.

   Doctor Patil has over 12 years of medical experience in curing prostate cancer, kidney cancer, urinary track disorder, urinary incontinence, kidney stones, among others.

   Meanwhile, the Earlbert Medical Services’ CEO, Earl Taweh, is encouraging the public to book online registration before the arrival of the Indian doctors. He said registration is US$30.00 through the clinic’s Mobile Money number, 0555488930.

   Earlbert Medical Services Inc. is a Liberian-owned private medical laboratory. It was established to alleviate the high cost Liberians pay for quality laboratory diagnostic services, mainly for those who have to travel abroad to have access to simple laboratory tests and other health-related  diagnoses that could have been  done in Liberia.

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