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Dr Nanda kishore has special interes in ECMO (Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation) and gained good experience while working at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Glenfield Hospital, Leicester.
He returned back to India in 2012 to serve the country and improve standards of medical care. He joined Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Hyderabad along with a group of doctors from the U.K and started PICU services. He is in charge for PICU (Paediatric Intensive Care Unit), CICU (Cardiac Intensive Care Unit) and NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit).
He started the ECMO program at KIMS and is able to save the sickest children where conventional management is not helpful. Dr Nanda kishore has a vision of improving the PICU standards at an affordable cost within the reach of the common man in India.
- Lead Consultant Paediatric Intensive care, KIMS Hospital , Hyderabad
- MBBS (Osm),DCH (Niloufer), MRCPCH(U.K)
- Dr Nanda kishore has graduated from Osmania Medical College in 1997, and did DCH from Niloufer hospital, Hyderabad between 1999 - 2001. After that he went to the U.K to pursue further training.
In the U.K he underwent structured training in Paediatrics and completed MRCPCH. He joined Paediatric Intensive care to pursue further specialisation. He worked for 4 years in Paediatric intensive care at prestigious hospitals like Great Ormond Street Hospital for children, London and Birmingham Children's Hospital. The PICUs (Paediatric Intensive Care Units) at both the hospitals are the biggest in the U.K and offer quaternary Paediatric care.