Dr. Prathap Chandra

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK

Foreign trained and experienced clinician delivering precise care for the young ones!
A trained and well qualified neonatologist & paediatrician, Dr. Prathap has been serving his fields of expertise for over the past fifteen years. He has extensive experience and takes special interest in looking after babies born extremely preterm, birth asphyxia, neonatal sepsis, babies with congenital heart diseases and surgical malformations.
He is well-versed in providing therapeutic hyperthermia (total body cooling) for babies born with moderate to severe hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE). His expertise also includes neonatal transport, fetal medicine counselling, training, simulation and research.
Dr. Prathap completed his MBBS from Bangalore University. He went on to obtain MRCPCH (UK) from Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health, London. He has been awarded a CCT in Paediatric and Neonatal Medicine and FRCPCH. He is a certified NLS instructor of resuscitation council, UK. He has also done post graduate training program in Nutrition affiliated to Boston University.
He has undergone his training from the UK at various tertiary units including neonatal units in Birmingham, Coventry, Liverpool, Canterbury and Great Ormond street hospital. He has worked as a Neonatal Consultant at University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire for three years before returning to India. Dr. Prathap Chandra has done research for two years at Birmingham Women’s Hospital looking at outcomes of various congenital malformations and the outcomes of Gastroschisis, in-utero and exchange transfusions.
Dr. Prathap has embarked upon a campaign on creating awareness and prevention of child abuse in India.
If you are looking forward to meet a trained and well qualified neonatologist & paediatrician, Dr. Prathap is the ideal choice for you. Book an instant appointment online with the expert now!


Dr. Prathap Chandra

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK




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Dr. Prathap Chandra

MBBS, MRCPCH (UK

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