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Dr. Kamal Verma

Senior Consultant


Internal Medicine


MBBS, MD. General Medicine

Dr Kamal Verma is highly accomplished young and dynamic physician who has been trained at various centres of repute in India, and has more than 10 years of experience post MD. He completed his post-graduation (MD) in General Medicine in 2011 from the prestigious Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) Rohtak which is one of the top most Institute of this country, wherein he learned the art of medicine and got the experience of dealing with various medical ailments and handling of all the medical emergencies. Thereafter he got the opportunity to work as a Senior Resident in the Dept. of General Medicine at A.I.I.M.S New Delhi which is the Institute of National Importance, where in again he got the vast exposure of dealing with complicated as well as rare diseases.

In 2015 he moved to UAE and also worked as a Specialist Registrar in Dubai Health Authority in the Medicine Department of DUBAI Hospital which is a tertiary care centre for a period of 4 years, where he got the experience of dealing with various medical ailments on a global platform as he saw patients from different nationalities while working there. He was also awarded the certificate of appreciation from Government of Dubai and Dubai Health Authority during his work in COVID 19 crises situation.

In 2021 he moved back to India, and worked as Associate consultant in QRG Hospital for more than 1 year before joining Amrita Hospital as Senior Consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine.

MBBS, MD. General Medicine
Management of Life style related disorders like Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus and Tropical Infectious diseases.
Certification of appreciation by Government of Dubai and Dubai Health Authority in 2020 for working in Covid 19 Crises situation.
  1. Aggarwal HK, Jain D, Verma K. Efficacy & safety of continuous erythropoietin receptor activator (CERA) in patients of chronic renal failure with anemia. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci. 2011 Aug ; 3(4):292-296
  2. Jain D, Verma K, Jain P. Disseminated tuberculosis causing isolated splenic vein thrombosis and multiple splenic abscesses. Oxf Med Case Reports. 2014 Sep 13;2014(6):107-9