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Dr. Pankaj Singhai

Dr. Pankaj Singhai

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DNB - General Medicine, MBBS

Internal Medicine


General Physician


25 Years Experience Overall  (18 years as specialist)

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89% (90 votes)

Dr. Pankaj Singhai is a leading General Physician with clinical experience in diagnosis and treatment of Infectious diseases. His specialization lies in management of infections in specific sub groups like Diabetes,Asthma and other immunocompromised states.Hypertension is a silent killer and a very important risk factor for heart,brain and kidney disease. Dr.Pankajs area of expertise lies in diagnosis and management of essential hypertension and Patients with prolonged fevers of undetermined origin. He is currently associated with Manipal Hospital (Bangalore) and takes a great pride in the work he does. He is also a Member of Association of Physicians of India and The Indian Medical Association.

Old Airport Road, Bangalore

Manipal Hospital


98, Kodihalli, Landmark: HAL Bus Stop, Bangalore

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+ 16

Mon, Fri - Sat

09:00 - 05:00


05:00 - 08:00


09:00 - 01:00


01:00 - 05:00

Max. 30 mins wait + Verified details

Common questions & answers

Q: Can an internal medicine specialist treat children?

A: Internal medicine is a field of medical practise which involves the treatment of adults and deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases in adults.

Q: Is an internist and internal medicine specialist the same?

A: Internal medicine specialists primarily treat adults and in rare cases treat children. An internal medicine specialist with combined pediatric training, however, can treat children.

Q: What type of education do you need to become internal medicine specialist?

A: Not all internal medicine specialists perform surgery except a trained specialist who has additional qualification and training in specific surgical procedures.

Q: What kind of treatment does the internal medicine specialist give?

A: Yes. Internal medicine specialists are the same as internists.

Q: When should I see an internal medicine specialist?

A: Yes. Internal medicine has a number of specialties, such as: 1. Haematology 2. Allergy and immunology 3. Cardiovascular disease 4. Gastroenterology 5. Oncology 6. Nephrology 7. Rheumatology 8. Pulmonary diseases

Awards and Recognitions

Gold Medal in DNB (Internal Medicine)


DNB - General Medicine - DNB board, New Delhi, 2002
MBBS - Barkatulla University, Bhopal, 1994


Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Associtation of physician of India


Consultant at Manipal Hospital


97081 Karnataka Medical Council, 1994
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