Dr Pradeep Jain - About
Dr Pradeep Jain of Action Cancer Hospital & Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute is the Chief of GI, GI Oncology & Bariatric & Minimal Access Surgery Department. He has a wide range of experience with many different types of surgery, specifically gastroenterology surgery. He holds particularly specialized expertise in liver, pancreas, bariatric (weight loss), laparoscopic colorectal, thoracolaparoscopic esophagectomy and laparoscopic oncology surgery.
Thanks to his excellent training, experience, and successful surgical track record, Dr Pradeep Jain, held in very high regard by his colleagues. They often come to him for advice on their own cases, and if they still cannot figure them out, Dr. Pradeep Jain is always willing to take them on himself. He works primarily with minimally invasive surgical techniques for all of his patients whenever possible.
By achieving such success in the surgical field, he is fulfilling a long-held childhood dream. He has always wanted to help people, and today is proud to make that his career especially with Fortis Healthcare. Dr. Pradeep Jain especially likes the satisfaction that comes with being an expert surgeon, specifically seeing a patient come to him with an issue and being able to diagnose and fix the problem.
Despite his long history and experience in his field, Dr Pradeep Jain considers each individual surgical procedure unique and treats each individual new patient with extreme importance. He currently lives with his wife in North West Delhi in India, and is the only gastrointestinal specialist surgeon in his area. He holds a super-specialist degree in both Gastrointestinal Surgery and Hepatobiliary Surgery.
MY EXPERTISE What I'm good at
- Common GI oncosurgeries
- Surgery for portal hypertension
- Advanced laparoscopic surgery
- Radical esophagectomies surgery
- Radical surgery for ulcerative colitis
- Complex Liver Biliary and Pancreatic surgery
- Laparoscopic Bariatric (weight loss) surgery
- Laparoscopic Cancer surgery of entire gastrointestinal tract