Dr. Neeraj Joshi (Gastroenterology/Hepatobilliary)
Dr Neeraj G Joshi
MBBS, MD, MRCP (UK), MRCPE
CCT in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology (UK)
Fellowship in Endoscopic Ultrasound (Asian Institute of Gastroenterology)
Dr Joshi graduated from the University of Rajasthan in 1995 and subsequently trained in Internal Medicine in Tribhuvan University and Bir Hospital to earn his MD in 1999. He then went to the UK in 2000 and trained in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Morriston Hospital Swansea and University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. After obtaining his CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training), he went on to work as a Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist in Royal Glamorgan Hospital in the UK. During his tenure at Royal Glamorgan Hospital, he also worked as an Honorary Consultant Gastroenterologist in University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff before moving to Nepal in December 2010. Dr Joshi was also a visiting faculty at Nepal Medical College where he taught Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and endoscopic procedures to postgraduate trainees.
Dr Joshi has been practising General Medicine since 1995 and Gastroenterology & Hepatology since 2001. He has been trained in advanced therapeutic upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures (gastroscopy and colonoscopy), endoscopic ultrasound and ERCP. On regular audits, the quality of his endoscopic procedures consistently fulfilled the standards outlined by the British Society of Gastroenterology. In addition, his areas of interest include inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatobiliary diseases and chronic liver disease. He also has a keen interest in ethical and evidence based medicine. Dr Joshi runs a charity clinic every week in Mangal Bazaar area of Patan where he grew up as a child.
Professional affiliations and memberships
GMC (UK) Reference No. 5207757 (voluntarily relinquished the registration)
Nepal Medical Council Registration No. 2115
Collegiate Member of Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
Executive Member of the Society of Internal Medicine of Nepal (SIMON)