MBBS, MD (Medicine), DNB (Gastroenterology)
Associate Consultant - Gastroenterology
17 Years of Experience, 3 Awards Gastroenterologist
Dr. Naresh Kumar Bansal is an Associate Consultant in the Department of Gastroenterology at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. An astute Gastroenterologist, Liver Specialist, Endoscopist, and Transplant Hepatologist, he pursued MBBS from the S.M.S. Medical College in Jaipur, MD (Medicine) from the J.L.N. Medical College in Ajmer, and DNB (Gastroenterology) from the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. Dr. Bansal is a published author, having 12 publications and 28 presentations. He holds several key memberships in prestigious medical professional bodies and has been bestowed with many awards.
Dr. Naresh Kumar Bansal received the Bikaner Chapter Award by API Rajasthan Chapter in Jaipur in the year 1997 from the Vice President of India, and the Best Poster Award by the Society of GI Endoscopy of India in 2006. As a committed doctor, he has undergone various training, including the ‘Liver Transplant Update Course’ conducted by Pancreato Biliary & Liver Diseases Foundation in Singapore, ‘The Science of Motility: Advances & Opportunities in Chronic Constipation & IBS Course’ conducted by the John Hopkins University & School of Medicine in the USA, ‘Bedside Teaching, Research Methods & Evaluation Course’ conducted by the National Board of Examinations in New Delhi, and the ‘Radiofrequency Ablation Course’ conducted by the European Society of Interventional Radiology in Greece.Dr. Naresh Kumar Bansal is an Associate Consultant in the Department of Gastroenterology at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. An astute Gastroenterologist, Liver Specialist, Endoscopist, and Transplant Hepatologist, he pursued MBBS from the S.M.S. Medical Coll... READ MORE
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