Dr. Saumitra Saha

Dr. Saumitra Saha
General Surgeon, Siliguri

MS, FRCS (ENG), FRCS (GLASG)

  • 2 Hospitals
  • Dr. Saumitra Saha is currently attached to the Neotia Getwel Healthcare Centre, Siliguri as a Senior Consultant in General Surgery and Surgical Oncology
  • He worked as a Registrar in Surgical Oncology in Cancer Centre
  • He worked as a Specialist Registrar in various NHS trusts in England including the prestigious John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford
  • He returned to India in 2001 to work as a Consultant Surgeon in Medica North Bengal Clinic Siliguri and has been instrumental in introducing some newer surgical and endoscopic procedures in this region

Specialities

  • General Surgery

  • Laparoscopic Surgery

Procedures

  • Endoscopy

Expertise

  • Gastrointestinal & Hepatopancreatobiliary (including oesophageal) surgery Therapeutic Endoscopy
  • Breast surgery and Peripheral Vascular surgery

Education

  • MS, FRCS (ENG), FRCS (GLASG)

Practice Information

Neotia Getwel Healthcare Centre, Siliguri

Neotia Getwel Healthcare Centre, Siliguri

Uttorayon, Behind City Centre, Matigara, Siliguri, West Bengal - 734010

Medica North Bengal Clinic, Siliguri

Medica North Bengal Clinic, Siliguri

Meghnad Saha Sarani, Pradhan Nagar, Siliguri, West Bengal - 734003

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Achievements & Contributions

  • He was awarded FRCS in 1995 by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Glasgow
  • He has actively pursued teaching and academic activities and has 20 publications in peer reviewed journals and many presentations in national and international conferences
  • He is also one of the founder members of North Bengal Oncology Centre at Rangapani
  • He is an Editorial Board member in GI, colorectal and Breast Surgery of Global Journal of Surgery and a Reviewer in Gastrointestinal Surgery section of Indian Journal of Surgery