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Dr Swati Chhabra

Dr Swati Chhabra

Dr Swati Chhabra

Consultant & Incharge - Child Development Centre

MBBS, DCH

Pediatrics & Neonatology

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Yatharth Super Speciality Hospital,

Noida Extension

Timings: 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM 

Days: Monday to Saturday

Profile:

Dr Swati Chhabra is In-charge of Development Paediatrics at Yatharth Hospital, Noida Extension. She has 10 years of experience in Pediatrics and Development Paediatrics. She has an MBBS and DCH degree from HIHT, Dehradun and is trained for the development of paediatrics at IPGMER Kolkata. She is also an Advisor to Early Intervention in Paediatrics, at AIIMS Jodhpur.

Work Experience:

HOD District Early Intervention Center (COE) Noida, from 2018.
Senior Resident, Department of Paediatrics Madan  Mohan Malviya hospital, Malviya Nagar ( 2014-2017 ) completed 3 years at Delhi Govt Hospital
Senior Resident, Department of paediatric gastroenterology and Hepatology Indraprastha, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi  (2012-2013)
Senior Resident and Clinical Research fellow, Department of Paediatrics Gastroenterology Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi (2011-2012)
 
Training 
 
Early intervention in 0-6 years RBSK training from IPGMER, Kolkata
Developmental training under RBSK LLRM Medical College, Meerut
Paediatric liver transplant
Conducted and presented in National Round Table Conference in Paediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Education & Fellowships:

DCH - Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences 
MBBS - Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences 
Higher and Secondary School Certificate - St.Mary Convent, Nainital 

Specialty Interest:

Pediatric neuro-motor impairment
High-risk newborns
Behavioural disorders in children and Adolescents (up to age 18) 
 

Research and Publications

Neonatal cholestasis article in Pedicon 2013 
Autoimmune hepatitis article in Pedicon 2013
Incidentally detected hepatocellular carcinoma in cirrhotic children accepted in Indian Journal of Paediatrics.
Experience of 100 solid organ transplants over a five-year period from the first successful multi-organ transplant programme in India Paediatric Transplantation 2014 vol 18th.