B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal
Suraj Bhattarai, MBBS
Medical Officer at Ishan Children and Women Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal
Public Health Campaigner at OM Saibaba Memorial Hospital Kathmandu & Lekhnath Community Lions Hospital Kaski, Nepal
Société coopérative médicale de Beaulieu scholarship
Dr Bhattarai obtained his Medical degree from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan Nepal. Currently, he lives in Kathmandu and works as a Medical Officer at Ishan Children and Women Hospital. He has been coordinating Public Health Campaigns such as Free Health camps, Health screening program and Health education programs in and outside Kathmandu valley in collaboration with different NGOs/INGOs. He also volunteers at Nepal Orphans Home and Volunteer Nepal as a Medical and Child health adviser.
Since 2006, he has been involved in various Rotaract and Rotary movements and has successfully coordinated different Health projects. He is also an active member of Physicians for Social Responsibility Nepal (PSRN), which is an affiliate of IPPNW.
He is a ‘BLS and ACLS’ trainer certified by American Heart Association. He is also trained on ‘Essentials of Pain Management’. He has special interests in Infectious diseases and has been seeking opportunities to carry out ample of clinical researches and projects.
He wants to pursue his career in Maternal and Child health and aims to improve the health status of those who are deemed vulnerable in the context of Reproductive and sexual health. He invites as many stakeholders as to collaborate with him in his campaign to decrease maternal and child mortality of Nepal through different projects.
He often writes articles on a National daily and loves to go for Hiking and tour. He lives single and has been working hard to pursue his Post-graduation soon, preferably from the first world nation.
- B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
- Ishan Hospital
- Rotaract Club of Dharan Ghopa
- Nepal Orphans Home
- A medical team from Monash University working at medical camps in remote villages of Nepal - Suraj Bhattarai - GFMER picture of the week by Lynn Gertiser