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Dr. Ashish Kumar Gupta Orthopaedics Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh

Dr. Ashish Kumar Gupta

Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh

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About Dr. Ashish Kumar Gupta

Dr. Ashish Kumar Gupta is a highly skilled and experienced orthopaedic surgeon practicing in Delhi and has an experience of around 14 years in this field. He completed his MBBS from the reputed and one of the oldest medical colleges in India - Sawai Mansingh medical College, Jaipur Rajasthan in 2006 and completed his MS - Orthopaedics from Sawai Mansingh medical College , Jaipur, Rajasthan in 2011 . He worked as a Senior resident at the Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital Pitampura under Government National capital territory. New Delhi where he did numerous surgeries including primary and complex trauma, joint reconstruction, arthroscopy, spine and other orthopaedic infections and tumor surgeries. He worked as a associateconsultant at Max super specialty hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi where he did numerous surgeries and learnt and did knee replacement surgeries. He has been inclined to academic activities with various paper presentation at national and regional conferences as well as International and national journal publications. Currently he is working as a Consultant Orthopedic surgeon at Fortis hospital , Shalimar Bagh Delhi.


  • MBBS – Sawai Mansingh Medical College Jaipur M.S. (Ortho) – SMS Medical College , Jaipur Rajasthan

  • Publish paper on “ Role of Joshi’s external stabilization system with percutaneous screw fixation in high energy tibial condylar fracture associated with severe soft tissue injuries.” In Chinese journal of traumatolgy in July 2014.


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