Dr. Aarathi Bellary
Skilled physician with 15 years of exemplary service in the medical field. Committed to providing excellent care and service to patients, passionately working for patient’s welfare. Experience in working across a variety of healthcare settings. Determined team player who is able to collaborate with other medical staff to devise effective treatment solutions. Dedicated professional striving to maintain the high standards of the field.
An impeccable academic record, scored top marks in MBBS course. Passionate about Internal Medicine and strives every day to be the best in the chosen field.
Delivered lectures in many public forums. Committed to imparting knowledge and best practices to the medical fraternity and to educating the society about the best the medical field can offer. An avid blogger (http://reveriesofdraarathi.blogspot.in)
Participated in National level Certificate courses organized by Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI). Completed Certifications on Gestational Diabetes and an Advanced Certificate Course in Management of Diabetes and Cardiovascular diseases (ACMDC)
Has been part of various voluntary services.
Key Academic Accomplishments &
- Received the RGUHS award (trophy) for securing highest marks in the following
subjects in MBBS:
- Highest mark in Microbiology. b. Highest mark in E.N.T. c. Highest mark in Third year MBBS course (overall). 2. Received the award (cash award) for the “Most Promising Doctor” from JSS
Medical College, 2005. 3. Excellent communication skills – ability to effectively articulate with patients and their care-givers, with nursing staff, resident doctors and senior doctors. Fluent in English, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, Tamil. 4. Ability to motivate nursing staff and junior doctors to deliver their best efforts.
– Strong clinical accumen and problem solving abilities when confronted with a unique
symptoms from a patient, making an accurate diagnosis. – Patient, compassionate, and caring when treating and counseling patients. – Solid background in all aspects of medical practice
Shankar Hospital, Bangalore – November 2018 to February 2020
Consultant physician Worked as physician in newly setup hospital taking care of inpatient, outpatient and ICU services. Helped in bringing across evidence based best practices in the hospital. Was responsible for improving the patient inflow in the last 2 years.
Mathru Hospital, Bangalore – November 2015 to February 2020
Consultant physician Worked as physician catering to inpatient and outpatient practice. Had a large patient base of Diabetic patients managing them over the years and treating them successfully.
Tara day care hospital – November 2015 to February 2020
Consultant physician Worked as physician catering to outpatient and day care services. Large patient base of Diabetics managed over the years. Helped in bringing in evidence based best practices.
The Bangalore Hospital, Bangalore – February, 2013 to October 2015
Consultant Physician OPD and inpatient practice as a Consultant Physician.
Fakhri Medical Center, Bangalore – January, 2013 to October 2015
Consultant Physician OPD as a General Physician.
Aditi Nursing Home – April 2012 to October 2015
Consultant Physician General Physician, having a successful OPD and inpatient practice. Responsible for all the general medicine outpatient cases and in-charge of all critical care admissions at the nursing home. Provides round-the-clock support to all general medicine related cases in the facility. Improved patient inflow by almost 200% since taking over. Trained the support staff to be self-sufficient in administering care to routine medical cases. Also was a sought after public speaker in some events conducted by the nursing home.
Fortis Hospitals, Bangalore – December, 2011 to December, 2012
Registrar in the Nephrology department Primary responsibilities: Managing inpatient services and assisting outpatient consultancy. Responsible for managing the dialysis unit which includes monitoring vascular access, managing complications of chronic kidney disease, managing any kind of emergency during dialysis and effectively communicating with the patients and their attendants and providing specialized, individualized attention.
The Bangalore Hospital, Bangalore – 2008 to 2011
Worked in the department of Internal Medicine under the mentorship of Dr. Sukumar Shetty as a Senior Registrar for a period of 5 months. Completed a three year course of DNB (General Medicine) from the same hospital.
During this period worked in various sub specialties of general medicine including but not limited to Cardiology, Diabetology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Emergency services, ICU services and others. During this period effectively was able to diagnose the cases appropriately, learnt the skill of independent decision making and take full responsibility of the concerned departments and patients. As part of the DNB program was deputed at NIMHANS Hospital for 2 months to gain experience in the field of Neurology and at Jayadeva institute of cardiology for about a month.
Delivered a thesis on the title “Prevalence of Microalbuminuria in recently diagnosed patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus“ which was accepted by the DNB board at first submission.
Mediciti Hospitals, Hyderabad – 2006 to 2008 During this period worked as a Junior Resident in the department of Internal Medicine. Worked in the MICU learnt the basic medical procedures like peripheral and central line placement, endotracheal intubation, pleural and ascitic tapping etc. Worked in the medical wards, OPD services and emergency services.
Gandhi Hospital, Gandhi Medical college , Hyderabad – 2005 to 2006 During this period did the rotatory internship for a period of 9 months. Being a Government setup had a great experience in dealing with large volumes of cases and developed excellent clinical acumen during this period.