Dr. Deepak Subramanian is a Senior Consultant and the Clinical Lead of the Department of General, Minimal Access (GI) and Bariatric Surgery. He is a Surgeon with excellent experience (over 14 years) in Laparoscopic, General, G.I., and Bariatric surgery. Performed over 5000 Basic and Advanced laparoscopic surgeries. Specialises in Laparoscopic hernia repairs, Abdominal wall reconstruction ,Weight loss(Bariatric) and Metabolic Procedures, All Benign and Malignant gastrointestinal surgeries and Proctology. Frequent lecturer to both students and physicians. Excellent communication skills with supervisors, colleagues and patients. A self-starter, motivated and confident, with a focused goal and the ability to adapt quickly to new situations.
Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons (IAGES) International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders (IFSO) Obesity Surgery Society of India (OSSI)
“Best Laparoscopic & Bariatric Surgeon” – Awarded by Global Healthcare Excellence Award, 2018
Launched “ Happy Losers Club” – Weight loss Initiative Programme in October 2017
Authored the Chapter “Perioperative management of Medical Comorbidities after Bariatric Surgery” in the book – Bariatric Surgical Practice Guide
Observed multiple surgeries, and maintained amicable rapports with eminent Laparoscopic surgeons Joel Leroy (France), Jacques Marescaux (France), and Michel Gagner (Canada), Prof C.Palanivelu(India)
Completed the Intercollegiate MRCS (Edinburgh) in 2010
Completed IELTS in Nov 2010 with an overall Band Score of 7.5
Life Member of IAGES (Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons)
Life member of IFSO and OSSI
Presented 2 International laparoscopic papers while representing India during a conference in Laparoscopy conducted by the Society of LaparoEndoscopic Surgeons (SLS) in Hawaii in Feb 2010. Also member of the organising committee.
Selected as a International delegate and Ambassador from India to represent SLS from 2010 onwards
Obtained the 2nd rank in the M.S. (General Surgery) examination conducted in April 2007