Dr. Manisha Khandait

Dr. Manisha Khandit has over 20 years of experience in the field of diagnostic microbiology, infection control and molecular diagnostic procedures. She has worked in Institutes like - Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon, Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Center; Associate Professor in Datta Meghe Medical College; Sawangi Wardha & Padmashree D. Y. Patil Medical College, Pune Point for Lab Services, National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) through CDC; and Consultant Microbiologist on STD project at NARI, Pune.

Expertise

She is handling the infection control program including teaching, training and setting up policies and protocols. Her key areas of interest include –

  • Quality control in Laboratory
  • Judicious use of antibiotics and work towards antimicrobial stewardship
  • Program healthcare worker safety and reducing hospital acquired infections

Key Specializations and Expertise

LAB Medicine

Designation

Senior Consultant & HOD

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Medical Qualifications

  • MBBS from GMC Nagpur and MD (Microbiology) from Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur
  • Fellowship in HIV Medicine & Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STIRC University, Sydney, Australia)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital & Health Management (PGDHHM) from IGNU.
  • Trained National Accreditation Board Hospital (NABH) as a laboratory assessor
  • Trained National Accreditation Board Hospital (NABH) as an assessor
  • Trained NABL internal auditor

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Best Teacher Award - Two times in D. Y Patil Medical College, Pimpri Pune
  • Service Excellence Award – Laboratory Services at Aakash Healthcare Super Specialty

Research and Publications

  • 12 Research publications in Peer reviewed Medical Journals along with presentations 25+ in International & National conferences

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Locations

Hospital Plot, Road No. 201, Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi- 110075.

Email

reachus@aakashhealthcare.com

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