Dr Nitin Jha is a well known Senior Consultant Laparoscopic surgeon in Noida.
Dr Nitin Jha is one of the renowned Laparoscopic surgeon in Delhi -NCR with extensive experience . One of his latest achievements is being conferred with the Fellowship by American College of Surgeons at Boston, USA .He has also completed MHCD (Managing Health Care Delivery) from HBS-Harvard Business School.,Boston, USA.
Dr Nitin Jha
MBBS, MS, FAIS, FIAGES, FACS (USA), FALS, MHCD (Harvard)
Department of Lap and Bariatric surgery, Fortis Hospital, Noida
He is presently working as a SENIOR CONSULTANT laparoscopic surgeon in the Dept. of Laparoscopic ,G.I, and Bariatric surgery at —FORTIS GROUP OF HOSPITALS in Noida, Delhi-NCR, India.
He also provides consultation at his clinic in sec 76 , Noida.
His area of work involves all sorts of Basic as well as Advanced Laparoscopic surgeries including G.I., Colorectal and Bariatric surgeries and General Surgeries.
Main field of work involves doing the laparoscopic surgeries by SINGLE INCISION TECHNIQUE—ie. ONLY ONE CUT instead of 3 or 4 cuts involved in routine laparoscopic surgeries ….specially for the Gall bladder , appendix, and hernia surgeries.
Dr Nitin Jha’s work in the SILS Gall bladder surgery was selected for presentation at the SAGES Meet at Boston, USA in 2016. The main difference in his way of doing Single incision Lap surgeries is in use of only standard routine ports and instruments instead of Special SILS ports and Roticulating instruments which are costly. The same got published in the official journal of SAGES.Page 468 (Surgical Endoscopy, March 2016,Vol 30, Supplement 1, PP 325-500).Sages is a prestigious organisation of Laparoscopic surgeons in America.
His video of the SILS Gall bladder surgery has been also selected for display at one of the worlds prestigious lap surgery training centre website —IRCAD, France and has been uploaded on their website —www.websurg.com
His presentation presented on SILS Appendectomy at EAES Conference at Frankfurt,GERMANY in June 2017 was well appreciated
He has received FELLOWSHIP—— FACS (Fellow of American College of Surgeons) at the International conference of ACS at Boston in 2018 October.
HIS PHILOSOPHY in his own words …..
“ 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. “
M.B.B.S – B.J. Medical College (University of Pune).
M.S. (Masters in surgery – General Surgery) – University of Nagpur (IGGMC).
FIAGES (Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery)
FACS (Fellow of American College of Surgeons)
FALS (Fellow of Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery)
MHCD (Harvard Business School)
Dr Nitin Jha has been practicing as a Laparoscopic surgeon in Noida and Delhi since last 15 years and has operated on one of our previous Indian cricket team member also.
Other Services –
Thyroid Surgery Endoscopic Surgery
Gynecomastia Treatment / Abdominal surgery
Post Surgery Physiotherapy/Rehabilitation
Diabetic Foot Treatment/Surgery
Anal Fissure Treatment (Non-Surgical)
Anal Fissure Surgery
Varicose Veins Treatment
Hydrocele Treatment (Surgical)
Sebaceous cyst excision
Laser Fistula Treatment
Laser Fissure Surgery
Breast Cancer Management