Dr. Bhavya Bayana

Qualification :
MS, MCh
Experience :
6 Years
Specialty :
Consultant Surgical Oncology
Availability :
All Day
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Dr.Bhavya Bayana is one amongst the first few qualified female Surgical Oncologists in the city with more than six years of experience in this field. She did her MBBS from Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences, Narketpally in 2005 and did her internship from prestigious Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad along with an international clerkship at Weill Cornell medical centre, New York, USA. Qualifying the most competitive exam she secured a seat and was trained vigorously in MS General Surgery from historic Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad.

After finishing post graduation she worked for one year in the department of Surgical Oncology at MNJ Regional Cancer Hospital, Hyderabad. With passion for oncology and Lord Balaji`s blessings she successfully finished super specialty in MCh Surgical Oncology from Sri Venkateshwara Institute of Medical Sciences, at the divine abode Tirupati.

She specializes in prevention and treatment of breast cancers with special interest in breast oncoplastic procedures, cervical, ovarian and other gynecological cancers, gastrointestinal cancers, head and neck cancers, soft tissue tumors, various minimally invasive surgeries and latest advances like HIPEC etc. While respecting the concept of radical excisions she also understands the recent evidences in favor of organ preservation and delivers precise tailor-made care ideal for the patient.

She is a very active person socially with a sense of duty towards the society and has conducted and participated in various cancer awareness and screening camps, travelled to remote places as a part of pink bus initiative. She presented scientific papers at many state level and national level conferences and has published research papers in reputed journals.
Being a true believer of the definition of “Health as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity” she practices the “ART OF HEALING” rather that the “ART OF CURING” a patient.