Dr Gautam Khanna completed his postgraduate specialist training in Anaesthesia and Critical care medicine from the United Kingdom and practiced as a specialist in training for 9 years years in the National health service (NHS) UK.
He was awarded the renowned completion of certificate of training (CCT) by the General Medical Council ( GMC) in 2012 and practiced as a Consultant Anaesthetist in General Anaesthesia at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust,UKbefore relocating to India in September 2013. When in UK, he worked with world-renowned hospitals like The Royal London Hospitals, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (London) and St Andrews unit for Burns and Plastics, Chelmsford.
After he relocated to India , he has worked as consultant and senior consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical care at Max Hospital Saket, Fortis Gurugram, Medanta Hospital.
- CCT (March 2012) Completion of Certificate of Training- Royal College of Anaesthetists
- MRCA (Hon) (Sept 2012) Royal College of Anaesthetist, UK
- EDRA(Sept 2011) European Diploma of Regional Anaesthesia
- FRCA (Oct 2008) Fellowship of College Of Anaesthetists
- MRCGP (Int) Royal College of General Practitioners
- MBBS (Dec 2001) Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences.
- Review article - Bone Cement and its implications for anaesthesia- Gautam Khanna, Jan Cernovsky; Continuing Education in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2012. I was the first author for the review article.
- Abstract Publication: Failure of Regional Anaesthesia in patients with hypermobility syndrome Gautam khanna, Nlubis; Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine & Volume 36, Number 7, September-October 2011 Supplement. I was the first author for the article.
- Case-report - Haematocrit as a predictor of fluid responsiveness: misleading marker in a case of Testosterone induced erythrocytosis – Famila Algarsamy, Gautam Khanna, Bruce Emerson; British journal of Hospital Medicine-May 2012. I was the 2nd Author contributing in literature search and proof reading.