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Dr. Ankur Das Orthopaedics | Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement Fortis Hospital – Greater Noida

Dr. Ankur Das

Fortis Hospital – Greater Noida
Orthopaedics | Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement

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About Dr. Ankur Das

Dr Ankur Das is a Senior Consultant in Orthopaedics specialising in joint Replacement (Knee & Hip), Arthroscopic surgery and Advanced Trauma/Fracture surgery. He did his MBBS from B.R.D Medical College, Gorakhpur. He joined KING GEORGE’S Medical University, Lucknow for his training in orthopaedics and completed his M.S. Orthopaedics in 2007. He pursued various fellowships and training courses in joint Replacement at reputed Institutions and Hospitals like Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore. He received training in advanced/complex trauma surgery and life support from courses accredited by the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons/BLS/ACLS. He has held important & responsible positions as consultant orthopaedics in various hospitals in New Delhi, Noida & Greater Noida for the last 15 years of practice. He has been organising and attending various Health Camps, seminars/Meetings/Events to spread health awareness in and around NCR. A master of surgery (MS Orthopaedics), he is fully qualified and skilled in providing patients with the best and most advanced treatment options in Orthopaedics/Bones & Joints Diseases at secondary and tertiary levels.


  • MBBS, MS

  • Awarded “ BEST PERFORMER” as Medical officer (Field of play) at wrestling venue, Indira Gandhi indoor international Stadium, New Delhi during COMMONWEALTH GAMES-2010


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