Dr. Amit Sitapara Pediatric Surgeon in Rajkot

Dr. Amit Sitapara
Pediatric Surgeon, Rajkot

MBBS, MS (General Surgery), M Ch (Pediatric Surgery), DNB (Pediatric Surgery), FIAGES

State of the art Pediatric Hospital of it's kind with Modulaer Operation Theater, HEPA filter equipped NICU (third of it's kind in state), HEPA filtered operation theater, PICU, Adolescent (Teen age) Care Specialist, All types of Pediatric Surgeries, Neonatologist.
  • Languages :English, Hindi, Gujarati


  • Pediatric Surgery



MBBS, 1996, B J Medical College, Ahmedabad, India

MS (General Surgery), Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad, India

Practice Information

Maa Sharda Child Care, Rajkot

Maa Sharda Child Care, Rajkot

1, Rajnagar Society, Rajnagar Chowk, Nana Mava Main Road, Rajkot, Gujarat - 360004

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • A paper at annual meeting of NNF (National Neonatology Forum), Gujarat state chapter in 2002.
  • A paper in Annual Conference of IAPS (Indian Association Of Pediatric Surgeons) in August 2003
  • Since 2006 he has been actively participating in case presentation competition every year, organized by ASR (Association of Surgeon’s of Rajkot). He has won prizes for the best case and the most no. of cases presented in a year.
  • Presented a video on “How to perform Open Orchiopexy in children?” at GUJSURGCON-2008, an annual meeting of Gujarat State Surgeon’s Association.
  • Delivered many guest lectures at various branches of IMA in Saurashtra region on different issues of pediatric surgery to create awareness about the specialty amongst medical professionals.
  • Delivered guest talks at IAP, Rajkot branch on Thoracoscopy in empyema and Functional abdominal pain in children
  • Invited as a faculty in Mid Term Conference of IAP in 2012 at Jamnagar for a talk on “Changing trends in Pediatric Surgery – past, present & future€a