MBBS, Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH, London, Glasgow or Edinburgh)
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Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar is a compassionate and dynamic member of the team leading one of the fastest growing Paediatric Intensive Care Units in Bangalore, at PEOPLE TREE Hospitals. She is currently heading the pediatric services at PEOPLE TREE Hospitals Yeshwanthpur. She has a passion for caring for critically ill children; following her training in the United Kingdom in some of the best hospitals, including the Birmingham Children’s Hospitals. She returned to India, to further specialize and completed Fellowship in Paediatric Intensive Care by securing the national first rank, conducted by the Indian Academy of Paediatrics. With over 10 years of experience she is known for her sensitive nature; effortless engagement with children and excellent communication with the family. She has had the opportunity to take care of some very sick children along with her team and has presented these learnings in various international journals and scientific deliberations. She enjoys teaching and training and is a certified clinical course instructor for Critical Care and Life Support courses and a trainer in Simulation-Based Teaching. She is faculty at various state and national level workshops like Advanced ventilation workshop at SRMC Chennai. She has authored the FIRST TOUCH a book on newborn care written for novice parents. The book has received excellent feedback from all her patients in India and abroad. She has featured in various newspapers and TV channels for health educational awareness and her contribution to medical field earned her Nirbhaya Award during Women’s Day 2014. Apart from her clinical work she also dedicates time to Preventive and Community Child Care as a founder member of PEOPLE TREE foundation. She has worked actively on Childhood Nutrition [leads the My Five Nutrition and 1-2-5 Child Lifestyle programs] and Child Safety [S.A.F.E Child = Safety Awareness for Every Child campaign]. She was recently the invited Jury member for the ASSOCHAM Parent of 2017 Innovative awards for schools across Bangalore under the category of Health and Safety. The LITTLE TREE fund she created along with her team is dedicated to financially support those needy families tide through critical care expenses in the ICU. All proceedings from the sale of her book FIRST TOUCH goes to this fund.
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She is very good in explanation towards vaccination and all. No force for things which we didn't wanted have. Very nice and friendly nature while consultation.
It was unexpected result.... I really thank full to u doctor... I was satisfied with treatment .... My baby is doing well ... I'm happy
She is super friendly and spends time in understanding how the baby is growing and what else can we do better
The only problem is inspite of taking appointment , we are made to wait for more than 1.5 hrs.
Q: Where does Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar practice?
A: Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar is currently consulting online through Practo due to COVID-19 while the doctor also practices at 1 centres in Bangalore.
Q: How can I take Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar's appointment ?
A: You can consult Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar online through Practo.
Q: Why do patients visit Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar?
A: Patients frequently visit Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar for Newborn Jaundice, Chickenpox Treatment, Measles Treatment. To see more reasons visit the doctor's profile on Practo.
Q: What is Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar's rating?
A: Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar has been recommended by 353 patients and has recieved feedback from 93 patients. You can read detailed reviews of the doctor on Practo.
Q: What is Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar's education qualification?
A: Dr. Supraja Chandrasekar has the following qualifications - MBBS, Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH, London, Glasgow or Edinburgh), Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care (IAP). You can book the doctor through the doctor's profile on Practo.