Head of Department, Dr Bhatia’s experience spans over 24 years including 13 years internationally. Dr Mona Bhatia is an ex senior faculty member from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, where she was Associate Professor in 1997. Dr Bhatia worked at The Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, London. The St Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospitals which were super specialized trauma, emergency and oncology centres. At the Royal Free and London Chest Hospitals Dr Bhatia gained experience in super specialized liver transplant and chest imaging respectively. Having completed her FRCR she worked for the Ministry of Health, UAE as a senior specialist. Besides her clinical work she was a member of the team reviewing Policies and procedural guidelines and Clinical Audit in Clinical Radiology, Radionuclide and Oncology Departments for the Ministry of Health, U.A.E. She later moved as senior consultant to Istanbul, where the Florence Nightingale Hospital was a super specialized musculoskeletal, cardiac, neuro, spine and oncology hospital equipped with PET CT and 3T MRI. She conducted original research on axial loading MRI in spine imaging. She moved to the University Hospital of Geneva, where besides her clinical work, she worked on the Osirix, contrast enhanced ultrasound and researched Technical innovation on Multi-dimensional Computerized Software enabled Subtraction CT- Angiography. Dr Mona Bhatia returned to India in 2010 after 13 years of vast and in depth international experience and expertise from the most prestigious super specialized government, private and teaching institutions of the world, as a leader in diagnostic, interventional and therapeutic imaging. Dr Mona Bhatia currently leads Cardiovascular Imaging besides driving technological innovations and quality as Head of Department, Radiology and Imaging, FEHI.Get Appointment
Radiology is the branch of medicine that deals with diagnostic images of anatomic structures made through the use of electromagnetic radiation or sound waves and that treats disease through the use of radioactive compounds. Radiological imaging techniques include x-rays, CT scans, PET scans, MRIs, and ultrasonograms.
MD Radiodiagnosis ,FRCR