Dr Shobha Jindal – Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon , New Delhi, India
Dr Shobha Jindal is an experienced plastic & cosmetic surgeon specializing in Liposuction,Breast Reduction & Enhancement, Nose & Body Contouring Surgeries,Hair Transplantation, Hymenoplasty, vaginoplasty ,Labiaplasty and other plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures.
She passed MBBS from the prestigious King George’s Medical College Lucknow and M.S. in General Surgery from G.S.V.M. Medical college Kanpur.
Thereafter superspecialisation DNB ( Plastic surgery) from Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi and M.Ch (Plastic surgery) from Vardhman Mahavir Medical college & Safdarjung Hospital New Delhi
She has been associated with Hinduja Hospital Mumbai and Indraprastha Apollo Hospital New Delhi and has attended various conferences pertaining to Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery.
Maulana Azad Medical College and Vardhman Mahavir Medical college stand for medical excellence and have consistently been ranked among the premier medical Institutes of Asia region.
The Burns unit of the Burns and Plastic surgery Department of VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital is the largest in the world as far as patient turnover is concerned. (source :VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital website)
Dr shobha Jindal operated cleft lip and cleft palate patients of rural areas at Shivpuri (Madhya Pradesh) in “The Lifeline Express Train”. The surgeries have transformed the lives of many poor children.
Lifeline Express Train is the first of its kind project in the world (source : wikipedia encyclopedia)
International patients from Canada , Afghanistan , Qatar , Oman , Mauritius and Australia have applauded her services.
Cosmetic surgery is a combination of science and art. She has mastered the art of sculpting your face and body giving the most desirous natural results.
To provide services in the areas of plastic and cosmetic surgery with careful planning according to needs of patients.
To give natural looking results with least pain and quick recovery
C-5, Green Park Extension, New Delhi 110016.
Healing Touch Hospital: 7/5,sarvpriya Vihar,Near Hauz Khaz Metro station,New Delhi 110016
Soul polyclinic, S-440 S Block, Greater Kailash Part II, New Delhi 110048
Fortis Hospital ,B-16, Chirag Enclave, Opposite Nehru Place, New Delhi 110048
Irene Hospital, DD 23 Kalkaji Extension , New Delhi 110019
Awards,Honours & Recognitions :
Awarded by WhatClinic.com
Awarded “customer service Award ” by Whatclinic.com , a leading patient portal.
Conferred upon with “Leading Plastic & cosmetic surgeon in India ” award by Katalyst Research.
Medical Tourism in India : A success story
In October 2015, India’s medical tourism sector was estimated to be worth US $ 3 billion. It is projected to grow to $7–8 billion by 2020.Foreign patients travelling to India to seek medical treatment in 2012, 2013 and 2014 numbered 171,021, 236,898, and 184,298 respectively. Traditionally, the United States and the United Kingdom have been the largest source countries for medical tourism to India. However, according to a CII-Grant Thornton report released in October 2015, Bangladesh and Afghan Nationals accounted for 34% of foreign patients, the maximum share, primarily due to their poor medical infrastructure and close proximity with India . Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) accounted for 30% share of foreign medical tourist arrivals. Other major sources of patients include Africa and the Middle East, particularly the Persian Gulf countries. In 2015, India became the top destination for Russians seeking medical treatment.
Advantages of medical treatment in India include reduced costs, the availability of latest medical technologies, and a growing compliance on international medical standards. According to the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), the primary reason that attracts medical travel to India is cost-effectiveness, and treatment from accredited facilities at par with developed countries at much lower cost. The Medical Tourism Market Report: 2015 found that India was “one of the lowest cost and highest standards of all medical tourism destinations, offering a wide variety of procedures at a fraction of the cost of similar procedures in developed countries .”
Among the popular treatments sought in India by medical tourists is plastic ,cosmetic and reconstructive surgery
Ease of travel
The government has removed visa restrictions on tourist visas that required a two-month gap between consecutive visits for people from Gulf countries which is likely to boost medical tourism. A visa-on-arrival scheme for tourists from select countries has been instituted which allows foreign nationals to stay in India for 30 days for medical reasons.
Despite India’s diversity of languages, English is an official language and is widely spoken in India