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                                                      MBBS, MD (Anaesthetics)












Contact details:


117, Lathom Road,

East Ham,

London E6 2EB


Mobile: 07793397941


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Medical Education:


Degree Awarded: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)

Medical School: Bangalore Medical College

University: Bangalore University, India

Date of graduation: March 1997

Medical Registration: Karnataka Medical Council, K.M.C 50125, Aug 10th ‘98

 Internship training (PRHO): Total duration: 1 year, July 16th 1997 to July 15th 1998


 Post-Graduate training:


Degree Awarded: M.D. Anaesthesia

Medical School / Hospital: Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India

University: Mumbai University, India

Date of graduation: March 2004        


PLAB: Passed parts I and II.


Eligible for GMC registration. GMC ref No.: 6106217




·        Secured 10th rank for the State (out of 600,000 students) in X std exam

·        Awarded National Talent Search Exam Scholarship

·        Distinction in Pharmacology.

·        First prize in quiz on Central Neuraxial blockade held by Mumbai branch of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists

·        First place in internal Diploma in Anaesthesia exam

·        Distinction in M.D. Anaesthesia, Mumbai University.




Special interests: Intensive care medicine and Obstetrics

·        To get into SHO training and improve my skills and knowledge in anaesthetics

·        To pursue a challenging career in the field of anaesthesiology and management of Critically ill patients

·        Strive to attain excellence in research and scholarship.

·         To become a fellow of Royal College of Anaesthetists.




The senior house officer post at this NHS trust provides a comprehensive SHO training in anaesthetics involving most surgical specialties, Obstetric services and Intensive care therapy.

Being a recognized post for training, it is ideal for me to obtain Primary FRCA and to further my career goals. I did like to be a part of multidisciplinary team providing excellent health service and innovating new methods and technologies towards the same end.




Junior Consultant Trainee, October 2004 to Feb 2005.

Rajshekhar Hospital and Critical care centre, J.P. Nagar 1st Phase,

Bangalore-560078, Karnataka, India.


Nature of work:

·        Assessment and management of critically ill patients (Medical and Surgical ICU with trauma support)

·        Provision of anaesthesia for surgical procedures (emergency and elective) and 24hr epidural service for labour.

Surgical specialties include: General Surgery, Orthopaedics and trauma, Plastic Surgery and Burns, Neurosurgery and Obstetrics and Gynecology.


Achievements in the post:

1.      Helped me gain experience in use of ventilators, invasive procedures, enteral and parenteral nutrition, renal replacement therapy and management of medical and surgical emergencies.

2.      Confidence to safely conduct anaesthesia with and without supervision

3.      Communicating with patients and relatives.




  1. Lecturer, June 2004 to October 2004


Department of Anaesthesiology, Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-400012, India.


  1. Senior Registrar, March 2004 to June 2004


Department of Anaesthesiology, Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-400012, India


Nature of work:

·    Pre-operative anaesthesia clinics, Airway assessment and management, Anaesthesia for ECT, Referral and Pain services

·        Planning, conduct, supervision and assistance during performance of anaesthesia for elective and emergency cases.

·        Intensive care unit management

·        CPR training: Basic life support and Advanced cardiac life support

·        Presentation and participation in seminars, journal clubs, workshops, CMEs and conferences.

·        Tutorials for junior residents and undergraduate students


  1. Junior Resident, February 2001 to January 2004


Department of Anaesthesiology, Seth G.S. Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-400012, India.




Anaesthesia  Residency Training Programme

Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College (GSMC) and the King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital ( are amongst the foremost teaching and medical care providing institutions in India.

Over 75 elective surgeries are performed daily apart from 25 to 30 emergency procedures. The Department of Anaesthesiology provides excellent training through rotational posting in all surgical specialties like General surgery, Orthopaedics and trauma, Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery and Cardiac catheterization lab, Neurosurgery, Paediatric surgery, Urology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, ENT surgery, Spine and Neurospine Surgery, Plastic surgery and Radiology and Interventional radiology. Outpatient Pre-anaesthesia clinics, Pain clinics and Intensive care are other services provided by the department.


 Time Period


1 st  year-Junior Residency I

Feb 2001-Jan 2002

Training in Basic Clinical Anaesthesia, Anaesthesia Machine, Procedures like Endotracheal intubations, Subarachnoid Block, Epidural Block, Field Blocks, Central Venous Access, Arterial cannulation

II nd  year- Junior Residency II

Feb 2002-Jan 2003

Practical Conduct of Anaesthesia under close supervision and guidance and Intensive Care Management

III rd year-Senior Residency

Feb 2003-Jan 2004

( Teaching post)

Practical conduct of Obstetric Anaesthesia and other difficult cases, Training, Teaching and supervising junior residents in conduct of cases and procedures.


  1. Medical Officer Grade II, April 2000 to February 2001


      (Rural Service) Cottage Hospital, Pandarkwada, Yavatmal District, Maharashtra, India.  .


Nature of work:

Management of 50 bedded rural hospital with Outpatient services, Acute Poisoning management and Trauma services.

Planning and management of Community health services like Pulse polio programs, Tuberculosis programs, School health services, Sterilization programs and other WHO rural health services.


  1. Jr. Resident Doctor, July 1998 to February 2000


Ashwini Surgical Nursing Home, Bangalore, India.


Nature of work: Surgical and Medical ward duties and outpatient care


  1. Clinical trial Co-ordinator, May 1997 to Feb 1998


            Dept of Pharmacology, Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore, India.




·        I am quite well versed with insertion of central venous cannulations, securing arterial lines, ABG interpretations, weaning protocols and fluid and electrolyte management of critically ill patients.


Training Courses attended:


Course Title

Training provider


ACLS training

AHA at Bombay Hospital, Mumbai, India

December 2002

BLS and ACLS training

CPCR  Centre, Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai, India

October 2003

BLS Instructor

CPCR  Centre, Seth G.S. Medical College, Mumbai, India

November 2003


Teaching Experience:


2 years in Anaesthesia and critical care.  I was involved in supervision, training and teaching in conduct of cases and procedures to junior residents.

I have organized and participated in various seminars, journal clubs, workshops and CME programmes.

I was also BLS instructor at CPCR centre of Dept. of Anaesthesiology, Seth G.S. Medical College. BLS training is being imparted twice a week to junior residents, interns(PRHOs), paramedic staff and police force.



·         “Case report- Anaesthetic management of a patient with Posterior mediastinal mass extending to superior mediastinum for emergency exploratory thoracotomy”. Presented at Academic society meeting( K.E.M Hospital) August 2004

·        “Anaesthetic management of eclamptic patient and Obstetric emergencies”, presented at the Academic society meeting (K.E.M Hospital), in May 2003.

·        “Positioning and Anaesthesia”, presented at the Academic society meeting (K.E.M hospital), in November 2002.

·        “Comparison of Pulse-oximetry and Modified Allen’s test to assess collateral circulation of hand using Doppler as reference method”. Poster presentation at Annual conference, Association of Anaesthesiologists, Maharashtra.

Dept. of Pharmacology, Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore.




Part time research assistance: (July 1998 to Feb 2000)

·        Synergistic effect of Sodium Valproate and Flunarizine on Chemically kindled seizures and associated cognitive disturbances in rats. Department of Pharmacology, St. John’s Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore.

·        Anticonvulsant effects of Herbal extracts (Bacopa monneiri and Centella asiatica) Department of Pharmacology, St. John’s Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore.

·        ECT stimulus dose-related influences on dopamine post-synaptic receptor functioning in the rat brain. Department of Psychopharmacology, National Institute of Mental Health and NeuroSciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore.



·        “Pulse Polio Immunisation Programme”, India through the years 1997-2001.

·        “Leprosy eradication Programme”, held in India, during the year 2001.

·        “Tsunami Medical Relief”, December 2004 to January 2005. Active participation in providing medical relief to the affected people. Chennai, India.



·        My outdoor leisure activities include playing tennis and cricket. I enjoy trekking, camping and traveling.





·        I am a friendly and enthusiastic person with good interpersonal skills and can work as part of a multi-disciplinary team. I have always maintained a good rapport with my medical colleagues, the paramedical and non-medical staff.

·        I have gained broad-base knowledge and skills during the course of my training in Anaesthesiology. 

·        I am fully aware of my limitations and will not hesitate to seek help from other colleagues when needed.

·        I am diligent in my studies and capable of balancing the academic and job aspects of my career without neglecting either of them.

·        A genuine interest in my chosen specialty, good health record, concern for welfare of patients and determination to achieve my goals will contribute towards doing justice to the job.  










  1. Dr. Viveka Shenoy

Consultant Intensivist,

Rajshekar Hospital and Critical care centre,

J.P. Nagar 1st Phase, Bangalore- 5600 78, India.

Phone: (91)98450 00711



  1. Dr. L.S. Chaudhari,

Retd-Professor and Head

Department of Anaesthesiology, K.E.M Hospital and Seth G.S. Medical College

168 F, 1st Floor, “ Sulakshana”,  Vikas Vadi

Dr. Ambedkar Road, Dadar, Mumbai-400 014, India

Phone: 91 22 24145006/666




  1. Dr. Surekha K. Kamath


Department of Anaesthesiology

K.E.M Hospital and Seth G.S. Medical College

Parel, Mumbai- 400 012 India

            Phone: 91 22 24021878