Dr. Roy Patankar

Dr. Roy Patankar
General & Laparoscopic Surgeon, Mumbai


  • 2 Hospitals
  • Practicing as a Consultant Laproscopic Surgeon & Gastroenterologist since last 20 years
  • Esophageal Manometry. More than 1000 esophageal manometries performed for evaluation of motility disorders, GERD pre-operative patients and for non cardiac chest pain
  • Laparoscopic anti-reflux surgery: Largest series of anti-reflux surgeries in India with more than 450 Nissens Fundoplication performed. Referral high volume centre for esophageal surgery. Training courses for laparoscopic esophageal mobilization, Fundoplication and Achalasia
  • Achalasia: More than 110 surgeries done with large series of cardiomyotomies with intra-operative endoscopy and intra-operative esophageal manometries.
  • Narrow Band Laparoscopy: Pioneering technique of using narrow band imaging and chromoendoscopy techniques for diagnostic and preoperative staging laparoscopy.


  • General & Laparoscopic Surgery

  • Minimal Access Surgery



  • MBBS from Seth G.S. Medical K. E. M Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1987
  • ECFMG from US 1988
  • MS from Seth G.S. Medical K. E. M Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1991
  • FLEX Pennsylvania US 1993
  • FRCS from Edin. 1993
  • FRCS from Glasgo 1993
  • Full registration with the General Medical Council, UK
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support Certification: Royal College of Surgeons, 1993
  • University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery, Strasbourg, 1995
  • PhD (Gastroenterology), Southampton- UK, 1995
  • FICS International College of Surgeons 1997
  • FMAS from Honorary FMAS Awarded without examination, 2009 at AMASICON, Mumbai

Practice Information

Fortis Hospitals, Mulund

Fortis Hospitals, Mulund

Mulund Goregaon Link Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400078

Hiranandani Fortis Hospital, Mumbai

Hiranandani Fortis Hospital, Mumbai

Sector 10 A, Vashi, Mini Sea Shore Road, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400703

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Seth Khimchand Amulakh Pharmacology Prize 1985
  • University Merit Scholarship 1990
  • University 1st rank Prize for MS (Gen. Surgery) 1991
  • Robert Schuuman Laparoscopic Fellowship, Strasbourg, 1995
  • University Distinctions in Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology,
  • Microbiology, Forensic Medicine and Gen. Surgery
  • 2nd Prize – Best Paper session, MASICON, Amravati, 2004
  • Prize awarded for Best Poster at Asia Pacific Coloproctology Meeting, Goa, 2009
  • Pancreatology 1999
  • Review Article: Video Assisted Thoracoscopic surgery. Ind. J Surgery 2002
  • Laparoscopic management of gastric volvulus. Ind. J Surgery 2002.
  • Gastric mucormycoses:  Ind. J. Gastroenterol 2002 21(6) 231-2
  • Quality of life in stoma patients. Dis Colon Rectum 1999 42(12): 1569-74
  • Standardization of a technique for BrIDA cholescintigraphy. Nucl Med Comm 1996 (8) 724-8
  • Gallstones and gallbladder motility. Gut 1994 35(1):140
  • Laparoscopic Management of Renal Hydatid Cyst – JMAS-2009
  • Laparoscopic Surgical Correction of Retrocaval Ureter, J Surg. Pak, Dec 2006; 11(4):18 1-2
  • Review article: GERD & Fundoplication. Bombay Hospital Journal.2008
  • Boerhaves Syndrome: Thoracolaparoscopic Approach, J minimal Access Surgery 2010; 6; 76-79
  • Minimally invasive approach to pancreatic necrosectomy. J Laparoendoscopic Adv Surgical Technique 2011;21:2:131-136
  • Evaluation of Obstructive defecation syndrome. Accepted in JIMSA (in print)
  • Mesocolic hernia.  Accepted in J.M.A.S.
  • Median arcuate ligament syndrome.  Accepted in J.M.A.S.
  • H-pylori for the surgeon. Recent advances in surgery 19. Churchill Livingstone. London, 1996.
  • 1st Successful NOTES Omental / Peritoneal biopsy in Western India, November, 2009.