02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
I enjoy working with Children to make sure they are getting all the treatments they need to get and stay well.Child and New born Specialist.- Senior Consultant Paediatrics
Dr. Ashish Gupta is the Child and New born Specialist at Primus Hospital. He has done his post graduation in Pediatrics from MAMC, New Delhi, which is one of the best medical institutes in India. He has vast experience in handling pre mature and new born babies. Pioneer in teaching theoretical aspects as well as clinical skills to postgraduate students from Paediatrics, Graduates, Interns and Nursing Departments.
M.D (Doctor of Medicine) –Paediatrics, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi,May 2001 – April 2004
Junior Residency -Burns & Plastic Surgery, University College of Medical Sciences,New Delhi, India,July 2000 – Oct 2000
Junior Residency -Neurosurgery,University College of Medical Sciences,New Delhi, India,Jan 2000 – June 2000
M B B S.,University College of Medical Sciences/ Delhi University Delhi, India,July 1994 – Dec 1999
PGPN (Post Graduate Program in PEDIATRIC NUTRITION) Boston University School of Medicine Massachusetts , USA,2017
VIROLOGY CONNECT -Mayo Clinic , USA,2020
Over 20 Years
Senior Consultant Paediatrics - 2007 - continuing
Primus Hospital, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi : Since 2009 – continuing
Rockland Hospital, Qutub inst area, New Delhi: 2008 - 20109
Apollo Cradle Royale, Nehru Enclave : 2018 - continuing
Senior Resident - Sept 2004 – Aug 2007
Maulana Azad Medical College and Lok Nayak Hospital, New Delhi, India
Medical Council of India:Registration No. 19882
Delhi Medical Council:Registration no. 602
Indian Academy of Paediatrics Delhi Chapter:Registration no. DB/L/03/G-118
Clinical profile of neonatal seizures and their correlation with EEG in a referral unit”. Ajay Kumar, Ashish Gupta, N.B.Mathur, B.Talukdar. Paper presented at XXIII Annual convention of National Neonatology Forum, 18-21 December 2003, Hyderabad, India.
Clinico-Etiological study of seizures in inborn neonates and their correlation with EEG”. Ashish Gupta, B.Talukdar, Ajay Kumar. Paper presented at 42nd National Conference of the Indian Academy of Paediatrics (PEDICON, 2005) held from Jan 6-9, 2005, Kolkata, India.
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia” presented at Delhi (Central Zone) Monthly IAP meet held at MAMC on 21.11.06.
Clinical features and antimicrobial susceptibility of Vibrio Cholerae (INABA) in children in Delhi.” K Rajeshwari, Ashish Gupta, A P Dubey, Beena Uppal. Abstract published in the 43rd National Conference of Indian Academy of Paediatrics 2006, Pg 75.
Kapoor S, Tatke M, Aggarwal S, Gupta A. Beta Sarcoglycanopathy. Indian J Paediatr, 2005, 72(1), 71-74.
Ajay Kumar, Ashish Gupta, Bibek Talukdar. Clinico- etiological and EEG profile of neonatal seizures. Indian J Paediatr, 2007, 74, 33-37.
Rajeshwari K, Gupta A, Uppal B, Dubey A P, Singh MM. Diarrheal outbreak of vibrio cholerae 01 inaba in Delhi. TROPICAL DOCTOR 2008;38: 105– 107
Attended first national conference of Neurogenetics at MAMC, New Delhi. 23rd to 24th September 2006.
Attended Autism - Training Workshop for Delhi Government Doctors 18th to 19th July 2007 at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, 110002
I have done Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) provider course in accordance with standard of American Heart Association in Feb’2007.
During the training period, each resident is required to participate in the thesis work being carried out in the department and this research work is carried out under supervision of consultants in the department. The resident is eligible to appear in the final M.D. examination only after the university accepts submission of thesis. For the acceptance, two experts from other institutes/ colleges recognized by Medical Council of India review the thesis and assess the research work in terms of methodology, statistical methods applied, results & observations, discussion, clinical/ academic implications etc. My dissertation was on “Clinico-etiological profile of neonatal seizures and their correlation with EEG”. This study was carried out in inborn Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for 1 year.