Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla
Pediatrician & Neonatologist, Hyderabad


  • 2 Hospitals
  • 2 Recommendations
  • Vast Overseas experience in Neonatology
  • The Director of Intensive Care service and look after the administration of both Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care service
  • Experience in both Neonatology and Pediatric Critical Care
  • worked for 7 years in Australia and England in some of the most prestigious neonatal units


  • Pediatrics & Neonatology

  • Pediatric Critical Care



  • MD, DM, MRCPCH (UK), Neonatal Fellow (Aus), CCST (UK)

Practice Information

Rainbow Clinic for Women & Children, Madhapur

Rainbow Clinic for Women & Children, Madhapur

Plot No: 25, Survey No: 11/2, Hitech City, Opp.Shilparamam, Madhapur, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500081

Rainbow Hospital for Women & Children, Banjara Hills

Rainbow Hospital for Women & Children, Banjara Hills

22, Road No - 4, (Old Road No-10), Karvy Lanes, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500034

Patient Experience

Patients feedback on their experience with Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla

Likelihood of recommending Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla to family and friends is 5 out of 5.

1 response 5

Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla's Hospital/Clinic & Staff

Ease of scheduling appointments


Hospital/clinic environment, Hygiene and Comfort


Staff responsiveness and politeness


Total time spent (Wait time + Consultation)

30 - 45 min
Experience with Dr. Dinesh Kumar Chirla

Level of trust


Explains your medical condition(s)


Patiently listens and answers your questions


Spends enough amount of time


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Achievements & Contributions

  • Myocardial dysfunction in severe Falciparum Malaria, Preetham P, Journal of tropical Pediatrics in 2009
  • Prolonged neonatal interhospital transport on road: Relevance for developing countries, Preetham P, Indian Pediatrics in 2009
  • Role of brain SPECT in neonates with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy and its correlation with neurodevelopmental outcome-- (Sachin.S, Fernandez.A, Chirla D) Indian Paediatrics 2001; 38:705-713
  • Feasibility of Volume guarantee resuscitation in the preterm 28 weeks Jide m, Andersen C, Chirla D, Watkins A-ADC in 2005
  • High Frequency oscillation-a chapter in  Textbook “ Manual of Neonatal Care” in 2004
  • Neonatal transport- a chapter in The High risk Newborn by- Dr  M K C Nair in 2007
  • Long distance Short term Outcome of Non traumatic Coma in Children – a Prospective Study. Bindu Parachuri, Lokesh Lingappa, Dinesh Chirla, Preetham Kumar. 11th International Child Neurology Congress in 2010
  • Long Distance Transport-need of the hour-Preetam P, Chirla D, Venkatlakshmi, Indian Pediatrics in 2008
  • Spectrum of neurological manifestations with Dengue illness in Children. Lokesh Lingappa, Farhan Shaikh, Dinesh Kumar Chirla, Preetham Kumar, Ramesh Kancharla. The International Journal of Child Neuropyschiatry  in 2010
  • Free paper presentation on “Central lines in a Level-3 PICU” in Pedicon 2010 at Hyderabad
  • Free paper presentation on “Pediatric emergency transport-Indian Experience” in Pedicon 2010, Hyderabad
  • Poster presentation on “A novel approach to manage electrical burns in children” at Pedicon 2010, Hyderabad
  • Free paper presentation on “Role of High Frequency Ventilation in ARDS in children” in the Criticare 2010 conference Hyderabad
  • Poster presentation on “Pediatric Emergency Transport-Indian Experience” for First Asian  Congress of Pediatric Intensive Care and Eleventh National Conference of Pediatric Critical Care, dated 24th to 27th Sep 2009 at PGIMER Chandigarh
  • Joint Org Chairperson for CRITICARE in 2010
  • Organizing Secretary, International Pediatric update in 2009