Dr Ranjit Kumar Gunda is a Consultant Neonatologist who is trained in the UK and worked in very busy tertiary neonatal medical and surgical intensive care units and has more than 20 years of experience in medicine which include 14 years of experience in Tertiary Neonatal Intensive care.
He obtained MBBS from Osmania Medical College, India and completed his Paediatric training from West Midlands, UK and received MRCPCH fromthe Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Following this,he completed Neonatal GRID Speciality training from Wessex Deanery, UK and obtained CCT in Neonatology from RCPCH, UK.
He completed a one-year fellowship in Neonatal transport from the Centre Neonatal Transport team, in the UK. Following that he worked as a Consultant Neonatologist in the UK and moved to India and worked with Rainbow Children’s Hospital, India as a Consultant Neonatologist and Neonatal Transport Lead.
He has a special interest in dealing with extremely premature infants and is involved in the treatment and management of the smallest baby in South Asia with a birth weight of 375 grams. His other interest is Neonatal Transport and involved in setting up of inhaled nitric oxide and HFOV ventilation during the transport of new-born, the first of its kind in India.
He has a special interest in Simulation-based training and is very keen on quality improvement and multi-professional education and is a co-founder of the UK-based MPROVE Simulation group and is an instructor in newborn life support courses, simulation instructor courses and neonatal emergency training courses.
He was actively involved in teaching, dissertations, paper publications and research activities. He has organized international CMEs and actively participated as a speaker at National and International conferences.
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