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Dr Snehal Kothari



  • Non-Invasive Cardiology, Critical Care
  • Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
  • Rajkot, Gujarat, India
  • Surat, Gujarat, India
  • Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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Educational Profile:


  • He completed his M.B.B.S. from N.H.L. municipal   medical college ( V.S. Hospital ) in 1996.
  • He completed his M.D. in internal medicine from N.H.L. Municipal Medical College ( V.S. Hospital ) in 2000.


Professional Experience:


  • He has worked as a S.R. in Clinical Immunology & Rheumatology department in SGPGI, Lucknow in 2001. 
  • He has joined D.N.B.(CARDIOLOGY) in Sterling hospital, Ahmedabad in 2004.
  • He was incharge of ICU and Dialysis unit in Cardiac  Care Centre, Khambhat for 7 years.
  • He has wide experience of Critical Care and Non-Invasive cardiology work in Sterling and Apollo hospital, Ahmedabad.
  • He has wide exposure of doing 2D ECHO, TMT and PFT.
  • He has attended many conferences at state & national levels.
  • He has wide exposure of bariatric and G.I. surgical patients for pre & post operative care in Asian Bariatrics since August - 2015.


He is a lifetime member of:


  • Indian Medical Association (AMA).
  • Ahmedabad Medical Association (AMA).
  • Association of Physicians of Ahmedabad (APA).


Contact Info:


Mobile: +91 98250 93242


Email: drsnehal.kothari@asianbariatrics.com | snehalbk@rediffmail.com


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