Dr. Narendra Kumar Bhalla
Fortis Hospital, Mohali
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Dr. Narendra Bhalla, MD, IEMA, FESTRO (Radiation Oncology) is working at present in Fortis Cancer Institute, Mohali. He completed MD (Radiation Oncology) from KG Medical College, Lucknow. He has done Brachytherapy training from SGPGI, Lucknow. He has worked as Senior Registrar at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute Research Center, New Delhi. He was a Teaching Faculty in Radiation Department of Wilbur Wright College, Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Bhalla has expertise in Advanced Radiation techniques like 3DCRT, IMRT, IGRT, VMAT, SRT, SRS, SBRT, ABC (DIBH Technique), Adaptive radiotherapy, MRI based ICRT Brachytherapy and Prostate I-125 seed Implant. He has experienced in Eclipse, Oncentra Master Plan® for external treatment & brachytherapy and Monaco™ 5.1 for external treatment Planning system. He has been routinely performing ICRT Brachytherapy (LDR & HDR) procedures and Interstitial Brachytherapy over a span of 18 years. Prior to joining Fortis Cancer Institute he was working as Radiation Oncologist/Medical Director in Cancer Institute of Guyana at Georgetown Hospital, S. America. He has published several National & International papers and attended conferences, participated in CMEs, panel discussions and debates both in India and Abroad. He holds memberships of ASTRO, ESTRO, and AROI.
Clinical Interest: His main areas of interest are Breast Carcinoma, Head Neck, Brain, Lung, Gynecological and Genitourinary Carcinomas.
American Society for Therapeutic Radiation and Oncology - (ASTRO)
European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology - (ESTRO)
Association of Radiation Oncology of India - (AROI)
Indian Society of Neuro-Oncology - (ISNO)
Cooperative trails Group for Neuro-oncology – (COGNO)
American Association of Physicists in Medicine - (AAPM)
National Cancer Registrars Association - (NCRA)
- Successfully completed ESTRO – TTG fellowship award at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
- National cancer Congress at Dharmashila Cancer Hospital & research Center (First Prize for poster presentation).
- Caribbean Civil Society Cervical Cancer Prevention Initiative (CAPI) by Australian Direct AID Program (DAP)