Dr. Shobha Venkat is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and has worked with some of the best hospitals in Bangalore.
Her relentless dedication and commitment to the field of gynecology and obstetrics has helped thousands of women live a better and a healthier life. She is a consultant for some of the top hospitals in Bangalore such as Cloudnine Hospitals, Manipal Hospital, to name a few. Apart from consulting in hospitals, she is a member of the Bangalore Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology where she actively contributes and shares her knowledge.
Dr.Shobha Venkat has completed her MBBS from reputed Bangalore Medical College and went on to her Post Graduation in Obstetrics and Gynecology (DGO) from a premier Grant Medical College, Mumbai University and got her Diplomate of National Board (DNB) from New Delhi. She has close to two decades of experience in the field of OBG. Apart from her impressive experience in Clinical field, she has immensely contributed to the field of education, teaching and guiding medical students in under-graduate and post-graduate levels. She also treats gynecological conditions with a special expertise in open and laparoscopic surgeries. Her gentle and compassionate care gives a special feel to her patients of all ages. Over the years she has gained sufficient experience in obstetrics with the finest possible skills. She has a special reputation for normal deliveries and successful management of complex diabetic deliveries.
Dr.Shobha Venkat practices in "BHARGAVI" Clinic, a full fledged clinic located in the prime area of Indiranagar, Bangalore. She is also associated as a full-time consultant at Cloudnine Hospital, Old Airport, Bangalore and as a visiting consultant at Manipal Hospital, Old Airport, Bangalore.
Married to a reputed neurosurgeon Dr. N. K. Venkataramana and blessed with a daughter, Bhargavi who is an inspiration behind starting the clinic.
|Bhargavi Clinic||: 080 2528 9292|
|: +91 9945602934|
|Cloudnine||: 080- 6799 9999|
|Manipal Hospital||: +91 9845324387|
More than 75% of the pregnant women are worried whether their child would be born with some kind of birth defects or developmental problems since many a times babies with birth defects are born to healthy couples.