Dr. Srinivas Bacchu Hematologist in Hyderabad

Dr. Srinivas Bacchu
Hematologist, Hyderabad

MBBS, MD (General Medicine), MRCP (UK), FRCPath, CCT (Hematology)

  • Dr Srinivas Bacchu is a consultant at KIMS Hospital, Hyderabad
  • Worked as Bone marrow transplant specialist at Univeristy Hospitals of Wales, Cardiff
  • His specialist interests are leukaemias, lymphoma, myeloma and transplantation (autografting, allografting-sibling/ matched unrelated donor transplantation / cord transplantation)
  • Languages :English, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada


Hematologist, CARE Hospitals, Hi-tech City, Hyderabad - Currently working here


  • Hematology

  • Bone Marrow Transplant

  • Hemato Oncology


  • Bone marrow transplant
  • Paediatric haematology


MBBS, 1997, MR Medical College, Gulbarg

Postgraduation, Mysore Medical College, Mysore

Haematology training, UK

Fellowship in bone marrow transplantation, Bristol children hospital, UK

Practice Information

CARE Hospitals, Hi-tech City

CARE Hospitals, Hi-tech City

Old Mumbai Highway, Near Cyberabad Police Commissionerate, Hi-tech City, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500032


10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • MD (General Medicine) Mysore Medical College
  • FRCPath Haematology (Royal college of Pathologist)
  • MRCP ( Royal college of Physicians)
  • CCT(Hematology) UK
  • S Bacchu, VS Reddy. Plasma cell dyscrasia presenting as retro-orbital mass - Lesson to learn? Journal of Medical and Scientific Research, 2014; 158-160
  • Bacchu S, Sampath V S, Dewan P, Conway C, Birdsall S, Kell J. Iron chelation in myelodysplastic syndromes: A dual centre experience. Abstract presentation, EHA, London (2011)
  • Knowlson L, Bacchu S Parneesha S, Mc Manus A, Randall K, Rose P. Elevated D-dimers are also a marker of underlying malignancy and increased mortality in the absence of venous thromboembolism. J Clinical Pathology, 2010; 63 (9): 818
  • Bacchu S, Fegan C, Neal J. Cerebral toxoplasmosis in a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia treated with fludarabine. Br J Hematology, 2007; 139 (3): 349
  • Paneesha S, Chenyne E, French K, Bacchu S, Borg A. Rose P. High D-dimer level at presentation in patients with venous thromboembolism is a marker of adverse clinical outcomes. Br J Haematology, 2006; 135 (1): 85-90