Dr. Rakesh Durkhure is a Surgeon with expertise in Laparoscopic Surgery. He has achieved fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and takes special interest in Bariatric Surgery. Performing Gastro-intestinal and Hepato-Biliary Surgeries are an important aspect of his work. The ‘Single Incision’ technique is a skill that he has achieved and is proud to share as it gives him an edge over the previously performed multiple incision surgeries. He is currently offering his services as a Consultant Surgeon in the Department of General Surgeries, Bariatric Surgeries and Laparoscopic Surgery at the best medical facilities in Delhi/NCR, Gurgaon, Dr. Rakesh Durkhure has been performing surgeries with great precision since 13 years. He has submitted various interesting publications that speak volume of his caliber as a person of surgical science. He enjoys his work and appreciates the humble gratitude which his patients shower at him after they get discharged from his services. Dr. Rakesh Durkhure faces each day as it comes and accepts that the human body is a challenge and should be respected as a symbol of nature’s work.
- MBBS, MGM Medical College, Indore (MP)
- M.S General Surgery, MGM Medical College, Indore (MP)
- MRCS (Ed), Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK
- FMAS, Fellow of Association of Minimal Access Surgeons
- FIAGES, Fellow of Indian Association of gastroenterology Surgery
- FALS (Bariatric, Hernia, Colorectal)
- Single Port Surgery – Gall Bladder, Appendix, Gynecology Surgery.
- Laparoscopic Surgery for Hernia, Recurrent Hernia & other abdominal organs.
- G.I. Oncology – Abdominal Cancer( Biliary/ Pancreatic), Colorectal Malignancies.
- Thoracic – Lobectomies, Pneumonectomy, Tubercular Decortication, Mediastinal mass, Mediastinoscopy.
- Trauma Surgery – Thoracic, Abdominal (Liver, Pancreatic), and Neck Surgery.
- Member, Association of Surgeons of India.
- Member, Medical Council of India.
- Member, Delhi Medical Council.
- Member, Association of Min. Access Surgeons of India.
- Member, General Medical Council, UK.
- Liver abscess secondary to a broken needle migration Journal: BMC Surgery 2003.
- Cotton Bezoars- a rare cause of Intestinal Obstruction Journal: BMC Surgery 2003.