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Dr. Gundala’s Care Philosophy
“Cancer is life-altering and affects individuals both physically and emotionally. Yet, these are exciting times for Cancer patients as recent advances in the field of Oncology offer treatment options and tremendous hope for patients living with Cancer. Of utmost importance to me is to listen and assess the medical and emotional state of my patients, figure out most effective and comprehensive treatment options to my patients, continuously monitor how my patients respond to treatments and improvise, and being there for my patients throughout the process.
While it is my passion to beat cancer, I draw inspiration mostly from my patients who demonstrate the power, resilience, and endurance of human spirit over physical adversities, day after day.”
Passionate and Genuinely Caring
“Dear Dr. Gundala: There are not enough words to write, trying to explain how you helped Auntie and us as a family through these last few years. They don’t make doc’s like you anymore- so passionate and so genuinely caring. you embrace the person, not a nameless patient. Auntie did not take to many –LOL– but you quickly won her over and she appreciated your care far beyond what we can write.
Your personality to help Auntie was a blessing. She was so ‘wore out’, you had a challenge getting information from her. We only wish you had had a chance to see her when she was her sharp and quick-witted self. We laughed to ourselves, on her last visit as you explained hospice, Velma said-“Well then I guess this is thank you and good-bye.” That was classic Velma.
Thanks for everything” – Flynn and Anita
A gift with compassionate heart!
“Dear Dr. Gundala: I am writing to thank you for your expert and compassionate for my wife during her months of diagnosis and treatment. Though the result was not what any of us were hoping for, I have no doubt whatsoever that you and your staff did all you could. I would not hesitate for a second to recommend you and the center to anyone who has cancer. I was highly impressed with your medical knowledge and judgment, your ability to explain situations to our family, and your personal concern for Lois.
The Bible says that “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above” (that is, from God), and you have been a great gift to our family, Dr. Gundala. Thanks again for all you did for us. I know you, like us, would have preferred that Lois survive and win her battle with cancer, but God chose to take home to Heaven to be with our savior, Jesus. I miss her so very much, but I am glad that she is suffering no longer and that I will see her again someday in heaven.
I know, Dr. Gundala, that you and we believe in the God who is supreme over all. I also know that you and we don’t have the same beliefs about Jesus. I would invite you to read the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in the New Testament to learn more about who Jesus really is.
Thanks again so much for all your care since last November. We appreciate you more than we can say. God bless you!” – Ted G.