Dr S K Sinha is currently Director Cardiac Sciences at Paras Hospitals (Gurgaon & Bihar); he also held the position of Director – CTVS at Batra Hospita & Max Hospital, Saket. Twenty six years in Cardiac Surgery provided him an opportunity to amass rich and varied experience across a wide spectrum of varieties and complexities. Dr Sinha has great expertise in minimally invasive heart surgery, such as beating heart surgery
Twenty six years in Cardiac Surgery provided him an opportunity to amass rich and varied experience of more than nine thousand cases across a wide spectrum of varieties and complexities. As Head of Department of Cardiac Surgery at Batra hospital he had to perform both as administrative leader and clinical mentor; sharing knowledge, and honing the skills of future cardiac surgeons. Several cardiac surgeons trained under his aegis and are presently heading units at various premier centers. Heading a dept. of nearly 75 medics and paramedics developed a different management perspective.
Industrious approach at providing cost effective cardiac surgery without comprising quality to masses, a mission ; sublimed into establishing and providing logistic support in running mid size cardiac centers viz Regency hospital. Kanpur; Magadh Hospital and Chandralaya Heart Hospital Patna, Batra Hospital Jammu, SRMS – Bareilly to name a few.
Degree & Fellowship
- M.B.B.S, 1977, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
- M.S, 1983, Patna University, Patna
- M.Ch, 1986, PGIMER, Chandigarh
- MBA – Healthcare Services, 2012, Sikkim Manipal University
- Managing Healthcare Delivery, 2012, Harvard Business School, Boston
Present & Past Positions
- April 2014 to till date, Director – Cardiac Science, Paras Hospital (Gurgaon & Bihar)
- May 2009 to March 2014, Director –CTVS, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, New Delhi
- October 1996 to April 2009, Chief Cardiac Surgeon and HOD, Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre, New Delhi
- July 1995 to Oct’96, Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Regency Hospital Ltd, Kanpur
- May 1989 to June 1995, Senior Consultant, Cardiac Surgery, Batra Hospital,New Delhi
- Aug – September 1992, Visiting Fellowship, Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, Australia
- October 1992, Visiting Fellowship, Greenlane Hospital Auckland, New Zealand
- July 1986 to April 1989, Cardiac Surgeon, Railway Hospital, Madras
- July 1984 to June 1986, Registrar, Dept. of CTVS PGIMER, Chandigarh
- July 1983 to June 1984, Medical Officer cum Laproscopic Surgeon (Family Welfare ) General Hospital,Aurangabad (Bihar)
- July 1980 to June 1983, Resident, Dept. of Surgery Patna Medical College, Patna
- Life Member, Indian Association of Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeons of India – since 1985
- Life Member, Cardiological Society of India – since 1991
- Founder Member, Indian College of Cardiology – since & Fellow 1995
Publications & Presentations
- A Study Of Pulmonary Hydatid Disease – Six Years Experience At PGIMER, Chandigarh – Presented At Annual Conference ASI 1985 At Bangalore
- Cardiac Surgery In Infancy And Childhood Annual Railway Congress Calcutta 1987
- Surgery For TAPVC – IACTVSI, Madras 1988
- Congenital Heart Disease With Severe Pulmonary Hypertension, Chandigarh IACTVSI 1989
- Surgery For Transposition Of Great Arteries. Indian Heart Journal 40(5): 408, 1988
- Cyanotic Heart Disease- Surgeon’s Predicament, Indian Heart Journal 40 (5) :408, 1988
- Our Last 100 Tetrologies & Allied Lesions. Indian Heart Journal 40(5) : 416: 1988
- Surgical Experience With Large VSD’s And (Allied Lesions) Complicated By Right To Left Shunt Due To Severe Pulmonary Vascular Resistance. Indian Heart Journal Vol43(4), 155, 1991
- Percutaneous Trans Luminal Coronary Angioplasty In Near Total Narrowings . Indian Heart Journal Vol 43 (4) 1974, 1991.
- Effects Of Glucose Insulin Potassium Infusions In Patients Of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery With Poor Left Ventricular Function; IACVTSI. Calcutta – 1992.
- Is Renal Dysfunction An Incremental Risk Factor For Open Heart Surgery – IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
- Incremental Risk Factors In Cyanotic Heart Disease – IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
- Simplified Myocardial Protection In Poor LV Function During CABG – IACVTSI, Calcutta 1992.
- After Load Manipulations After Coronary Artery Bypass Graft IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
- The Surgical Approach To LV Aneurysm With Special Reference To Endoaneurysmorraphy, New Delhi 1992
- Emergency Coronary Artery Surgical Revascularization – IACVTSI Feb 23-26. Agra, 1994
- Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery In The Elderly (Above 70 Years Of Age) IACVTSI – Feb 23, Agra 1994.
- Fontanne Procedure In Non Classical Indications – IACVTSI Feb 23-26, Agra 1994.
- Is there really limitation of the use of Bilateral Mammary Artery – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
- Beating Heart CABG Redo cases – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
- Total Arterial Beating Heart CABG in elderly – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
- Multi-vessel total arterial revascularization through Thora CAB – Our experience in 23 cases
- “Y” Graft Bypass for Bilateral Coronary Ostial Aortoarteritis –
- Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals 2002; 10:162-164
- Total Arterial Revascularization on Beating Heart : Experience in 803 cases – Asian Cardiovascular & Thoracic Annals 2003;11 : 107 – 12
- Multivessel Total Arterial Revascularization via Left Thoracotomy – Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals 2004; 12: 123 – 125
- A case report – Pericardial Synovial Sarcoma – Clinical Oncology 15, 186 – 188.