Dr. Shekar Subbaiah Neonatologist in Bangalore

Dr. Shekar Subbaiah
Neonatologist, Bangalore


  • 1 Hospital
  • Dr. Shekar Subbaiah is a Consultant at Cloudnine, Bangalore
  • Completed and certified for Bailey's course and functional echo from Australasian college of ultrasound medicine
  • Training program in John Hunter Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital and Neonatal Emergency transport System (NETS), Sydney
Previous Experience
  • Bangalore and Vani Vilas Hospital
  • John Hunter Hospital, NSW, Australia
  • K.R Hospital and Cheluvambha Hospital, Mysore
  • K.R. Hospital, Bangalore
  • Ku-Ring-Gai Hospital Hornsby,NSW, Australia
  • Liverpool Hospital, NSW, Australia
  • M.S Ramaiah Medical College , Bangalore
  • Mysore Medical College, Mysore
  • Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW, Australia


  • Neonatology

  • Pediatrics & Neonatology

  • Pediatrics



  • MBBS from Mysore Medical College in 1997
  • MD from Bangalore Medical College in 2002
  • MHA from Australia
  • MMA from Australia, 2011
  • FRACMA from Australia
  • Fellowship in Neonatology, Australia

Practice Information

Cloudnine Hospital, Malleshwaram

Cloudnine Hospital, Malleshwaram

No.47, 17th Cross, 11th Main, Malleshwaram, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560017

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Australian Medical council, 2009
  • General Medical council, United Kingdom, 2008
  • Indian Medical association-India
  • Involved in monthly Free Medical Camps held at Sathya Sai Ashram, Whitefield, and Bangalore for the last three years.
  • Karnataka Medical Council, 1997
  • Member of Australasian society for ultrasound in Medicine
  • Member of Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators
  • Member of Royal Australasian College of physicians.
  • National Neonatology forum-India
  • Voluntarily involved in Earthquake Relief Work during Jan’2001 in Gujarat, India