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Dr. Harsh Mahajan

Dr. Harsh Mahajan

MBBS, MD(Radiodiagnosis), Rotary Foundation Fellowship

Director - Nuclear Medicine & Bone Densitometry

Radiologist

32 Years of Experience

2 Awards

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About Dr. Harsh Mahajan

Dr. Harsh Mahajan, is a distinguished name in the field of Nuclear Medicine and Bone Densitometry of India. Forthwith, Dr. Mahajan, is holding an esteemed position as Director, Nuclear Medicine and Bone Densitometry with Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. His expertise in this specialization has fetched him recognition from all over the country. His academic qualification includes MBBS degree.

Education

    Medical School & Fellowships

  • MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, 1982
  • MD(Radiodiagnosis) - PGIMER, Chandigarh, 1986
  • Rotary Foundation Fellowship - MD Anderson Cancer Hospital & Research Institute, Houston, Texas

    Memberships

  • President - Indian Radiology & Imaging Association (IRIA)
  • Consultant - International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA)

Experience

  • Radiology, Chief Radiologist- Mahajan Imaging , currently working
  • Nuclear Medicine & Bone Denstome, Director- SGRH, Delhi , currently working

Awards and Achievements

  • PADMA SHRI, awarded by the President of India, 2002
  • Appointed as the Honorary Radiologist to the President of India, 1998

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