Dr. Piyush Goyal

Dr. Piyush Goyal

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MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Fellowship in Laparoscopy





18 Years Experience

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Dr. Piyush S Goyal MD is an Expert Gynaecologist working out of Agarwal Nursing Home, Bandra West, Mumbai, having exceptional skill and experience in laparoscopic surgery for gynecologic conditions. He is a surgeon who has expertise in a wide variety of gynecologic surgical procedures, ranging from reconstructive pelvic surgery for infertility to gynecologic cancer operations. Collectively, Dr. Goyal's Team has performedover 7000 laparoscopic procedures and has saved numerous patients from open surgery worldwide by offering them Minimally Invasive Surgery Options.Dr. Piyush S. Goyal leads the Department for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Infertility & High Risk Obstetrics at Agarwal Nursing Home, Bandra West, Mumbai that promotes new surgical advancement and has been a pioneer in the field of minimally invasive surgery.Every day, thousands of women undergo major invasive surgical procedures such as the removal of fibroid tumors, treatmentof ovarian cysts and endometriosis, and hysterectomy. Unfortunately, most of these operations are performed unnecessarily by laparotomy. Why? Because the patient is unaware of the surgical alternatives and her gynecologist offers none.In fact, the majority of these operations can be safely accomplished by minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques, most often as outpatient surgery. Laparoscopic techniques have revolutionized the way surgery is approached, providing a quicker recovery time, less pain and a greater reduced cost than with traditional surgery. Dr. Goyal also promotes the success rate of laparoscopy, along with the safety factor this technique provides. Ultimately, the safety and success rate determines which procedures the Centre will perform.Dr. Goyal consults with patients about what medical approaches to take. Surgery may not be needed in some cases.Physical therapy and medication is all that may be required. However, when the decision is made to move forward with surgery, having the most qualified surgeon available is critical in a patients' decision. Traditional surgeries used to take many hours to perform and usually meant recovery times would amount to 6 weeks or more, resulting in expensive hospital stays. The changing roles of women in the workplace have made long recovery times impractical. Today, women not only raise families, but also are financial providers that can't afford to be away from their professional lives.Dr. Goyal's minimally invasive techniques will give women the opportunity to get back to work sooner and resume their normal activities with their families and friends, probably the best benefit of all. Progressive treatment and compassionate care are not just words, but a way of life at Agarwal Nursing Home, the Centre for Advanced Gynaecological Surgery. They understand women have choices on whom to rely on for their health care. The Centre has become one of the leading gynecological surgical centres because of their commitment to today's woman.

Bandra West, Mumbai

Agarwal Nursing Home

#74, Anne Villa, Junction Of 14th And 30th Road, Landmark: Near St Teresa High School., Landmark: Near St. Theresa High School, Mumbai

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MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - J.S.S Medical College, Mysore, 1997
Fellowship in Laparoscopy - J.S.S Medical College, Mysore, 2004


2000 - 2001 Senior Registrar at Rajawadi Hospital
2001 - 2002 Family Planning Officer at Nowrosjee Wadia Hospital for Women
2002 - 2003 Senior Fellow in USG Training at Mediscan Systems
2002 - 2003 Fellow in USG Training at LTMG College ( FOGSI Recognised Course)
2003 - 2013 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at Agagrwal Nursing Home, Bandra


Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
Indian Association of Gynaecological Endoscopist (IAGE)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Indian Menopause Society (IMS)
Association of Medical Consultants


82170 Maharashtra Medical Council, 1997
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