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Dr. Nitin Jha is a surgeon with expertise in Laparoscopic Surgery. He has achieved fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and takes special interest in Bariatric Surgery. Performing Gastro - Intestinal and Hepato - Biliary Surgeries are an important aspect of his work. 

"The Single Incision" Technique is a skill that he has achieved and is proud to share as it gives him an edge over the previously performed multiple incision surgeries.

He is currently offering his services as a Sr. Consultant Surgeon in the Department of General  Surgeries, Bariatric Surgeries and Laparoscopic Surgery at FORTIS HOSPITAL, NOIDA and PSRI HOSPITAL, DELHI.

Dr. Nitin Jha has been performing surgeries with great precision since 13 years. He has submitted various interesting publications that speak volume of his caliber as a person of surgical science.

He enjoys his work and appreciates the humble gratitude which his patients shower at him after they get discharged from his services.





All surgical procedures, however routine, have risks. I regard the primary role of a surgeon is to manage that risk.

Not all surgical conditions require an operation. In fact, I consider a competent surgeon is one who knows when NOT to operate.

Surgical procedures may be necessary in some asymptomatic patients for preventative measures.

Treatment options ought to begin with the least invasive options first.

I consider a good surgeon is one who has the following attributes –

  • A good listener
  • A good communicator, who involves all the stakeholders in the decision-making process
  • A competent operator
  • One who knows their limitations and will refer patients onto other medical professionals when necessary
  • Has sound knowledge and keeps abreast with latest surgical developments and skills

The main question I contemplate whenever I see a patient is –
What is the risk of operating versus the risk of not operating on this patient ?

Surgery should only occur if
Risk of NOT operating > Risk of operating

Risk of operating on a patient

Factors I consider –

  • Patient risk profile for general anaesthesia& surgery –
    • Medical conditions
    • Patient’s present quality of life
    • Medications
    • Previous surgery
    • Allergies
  • Pathology factors –
    • How symptomatic is the pathology ?
    • Is the aim of surgery curative or palliative ?
    • Is the pathology potentially life threatening ?
    • Is the pathology affecting one’s quality of life ?
    • Is the pathology likely to progress with time ?
    • Is the pathology curative or manageable by non-operative means ?

Risk of not operating

Factors I consider –

  • Is the pathology likely to progress with time ?
  • Is the pathology likely to become life threatening ?
  • Is the patient likely to develop other risk factors (eg other medical conditions) if surgery is delayed ?

Qualification : 

M.B.B.S - B.J. Medical College (University of Pune).

M.S. (Masters in surgery - General Surgery)  - University of Nagpur (IGGMC).

Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery (FIAGES),

Hospital Affiliations : 

Currently, SENIOR Consultant Surgeon (Laparoscopic and Gen Surgery and Bariatric Surgery). Fortis Hospital, Noida.

Currently, Consultant Surgeon (Laparoscopic and Gen Surgery and Bariatric Surgery). Indo - Gulf Hospital, Noida.

Currently, Consultant Surgeon (Laparoscopic and Gen Surgery and Bariatric Surgery), Life Care Hospital, Noida.

Junior Consultant, Dept. of Minimal Access and Bariatric Surgery , Batra Hospital , New Delhi.

Classified Specialist, Minimally Invasive Surgery and Bariatric Surgery Dept. , Artemis Health Institute , Gurgaon. 

Senior Registrar, LIver Transplant and Surgical G.I., Apollo Hospital, Mathura Road.

Medical Officer, Primary Health Centre, Badlapur and Vikramgarh.

Awards and Publications : 

Presentation : Choledochal cyst and its management, GUT Club, ASI, Nagpur, Maharashtra.

History and review of recent developments in diagnosis and treatment of Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis, Dpt. of Surgery, Journal Club.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases : Chlamydia Trachomatis and its management, Dept. of Pharmacology, 2nd Semmester, II M.B.B.S.

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