Dr. Nilesh Darawade graduated from Seth G.S. Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital, Mumbai which is the premium teaching hospital of Maharashtra and consistently rated in top 10 medical colleges in India. He secured merit rank 2nd in the medical entrance test held for the first time in Maharashtra. He further specialized in Orthopaedic surgery from Grant Medical College & Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai which is one of the oldest medical colleges in Asia and consistently ranked in top 10 medical colleges in India. After working as a general orthopedic surgeon for 4 years in Pune, he underwent a 2 years training in super-specialty of " Hand & Microsurgery" affiliated to National Board of Examinations. The program is recognized as Fellow of National Board (F.N.B.) which is conducted in "Ganga Hospital" in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu under leading hand surgeon of India, Dr. S. Raja Sabapathy. Ganga Hospital is the only center offering specialized training of affiliated FNB program in India and has an international reputation in the field of Orthopedics and Hand & Microsurgery.
Dr. Nilesh Darawade is the first hand surgeon from the State of Maharashtra to complete F.N.B. (Hand & Microsurgery) certification program from Ganga Hospital. He also holds certification of ECFMG, USA and been visiting fellow at prestigious Christine M. Kleinert Institute for hand and microsurgery, Louisville, USA.
Specialization: Orthopaedics, Hand Surgery, Micro Surgery
Knowledgeable and experienced doctor. Explained the necessity and details of the procedure properly. Would recommend consultation on any hand-related ailments
Harshal H. Kulkarni
Dr. Nilesh is a very good doctor as well as a very good human being, we will feel lucky after meeting with him. He listens to all your questions and use to answer everything very patiently. Thank you for your kind nature.
Successfully performed one of the complex surgery on my right hand. It was a mess in my right wrist with multiple fractures. Thank you so much to save my right hand from lifelong complications