Dr. Swati Rajagopal Infectious Disease Specialist in Bangalore

Dr. Swati Rajagopal

Infectious Disease Specialist, Bangalore

MBBS, MD (ID), RACP, PG Diploma (ID and Travel Medicine)

  • 2 Hospitals


Dr. Swati Rajagopal is an Infectious Disease and Travel Medicine Expert practising in Bangalore. She completed her primary medical training at MS Ramaiah Medical college, which is affiliated to Bangalore University and then went on to pursue her post graduate specialization in Infectious diseases at Royal Prince Alfred hospital, which is affiliated to the University of Sydney. She further did her specialization in tropical diseases, travel medicine and infection control at London school of hygiene and tropical medicine.

Dr. Swati's expertise in the clinical services include:

Upper respiratory tract infections and pleuro-pulmonary and bronchial infections
Febrile patients presenting with rash
Urinary tract infections of varying severity.
Peritonitis and other intra-abdominal infections 6.Cardiovascular infections
Skin and soft tissue infections
Central nervous system infections
Trauma related infections
Infections related to burns
Infections caused by human and animal bites
Gastrointestinal infections and food poisoning syndromes
Bone and joint infections
Sexually transmitted diseases
Infections of reproductive organs
Viral hepatitis
Sepsis syndromes
Nosocomial infections
Transplant-related infections, including bone marrow and solid organs
Infections in the immune-compromised or neutropenic hosts

Her extensive professional experience involved treatment of infections in critically ill patients in ICU (intensive care unit), outpatient care and management of patients with chronic and acute infections. This also involves treatment of post operative wound infections and management of HIV patients. As a travel medicine specialist, prophylaxis, vaccinations and travel advice is also given. Being part of the infection control team, monthly audits of Hospital acquired infections and antibiotic use is conducted.


Consultant- Infectious Diseases and Travel Medicine, Columbia Asia Hospital, Bangalore 2008 -  Present

Medical Registrar, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney 2006 -  2008


  • Infectious Diseases



MBBS, 2001, M.S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore

MMed, 2007, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

M.D (Internal Medicine), 2007, Residency program at St Petersburg and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia

eCPD, Travel Medicine, 2009, London school of hygiene and tropical medicine, London, U.K

Practice Information

Arista Health Clinic, Bangalore

Arista Health Clinic, Bangalore

18, Margosa Road, Malleswaram, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560053


03:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Aster CMI Hospital, Bangalore

Aster CMI Hospital, Bangalore

#43/2, New Airport Road, NH.7, Sahakara Nagar, Hebbal, Bangalore, Karnataka - 560092

Achievements & Contributions

  • Case presentation and discussion on “Acute Humoral Rejection” at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, April 2005
  • Seminar: “Understanding the concepts of molecular mimicry – Gullian Barre’ Sydrome”, The University of Sydney, July 2006
  • Seminar: “Understanding the concepts of autoimmunity”, University of Sydney, September 2006
  • Infectious diseases society of America
  • Royal Australasian college of physicians
  • Clinical Infectious Diseases Society-India
  • International society of travel medicine
  • European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
  • Columbia Asia antibiotic stewardship program