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Dr. Tarun Sahni

Dr. Tarun Sahni Crediplus

MBBS, Diploma - Marine Medicine, MD - Internal Medicine

Consultant - Internal & Hyperbaric Medicine

Internal Medicine Specialist

33 Years of Experience

3 Awards

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About Dr. Tarun Sahni

Dr. Tarun is associated with department of Internal & Hyperbaric medicine at Indraprastha Apollo, New Delhi. Dr Sahni is known as the “father of modern hyperbaric medicine in India” and has over 25 publications and chapters in books.

Education

    Medical School & Fellowships

  • MBBS - Armed Forces Medical College, Pune University, 1980
  • Diploma - Marine Medicine - Institute of Naval Medicine, Bombay University, 1985
  • MD - Internal Medicine - Naval Hospital, Bombay University, 1992

    Memberships

  • Member - Apollo Ethics Committee (AHERF)
  • President - Hyperbaric Society of India
  • President - GBN Squash Racket Association (affiliated to UP Squash association)
  • Chairman - Asian Hyperbaric and Diving Medicine Association, 2014

    Training

  • Training - Diving Medicine - University of Aberdeen, UK, India,, 1994
  • Training - Ambulatory Care Design and Management - Harvard, 2000
  • Training - Advanced Administrative - Defense Services, 1990
  • Training - Basic Administrative - Armed Forces, 1981

Experience

  • Internal and Hyperbaric Medicine, Consultant- Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi , currently working

Awards and Achievements

  • Establish India’s first private hyperbaric treatment center at the Apollo Hospital Delhi which he currently heads, 2000
  • Conferred the title of “Adjunct Professor‟ by the Apollo Hospital & Educational Research Foundation
  • Limca book of records

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