Congratulations to Dr Tanveer Singh Bhutani
Dr Tanveer Singh Bhutani, MCh (Orth), Dundee graduate in 2012, has been elected Co-Chair of Healthcare by Young Indians (YI), a branch of the Confederation of Indian Industry for year 2015-2016. Dr. Tanveer will be responsible professionally and socially for various health-related events and campaigns, and will co-ordinate amongst various disciplines of society to bring about an effective and positive change in the healthcare sector in India.
Dr Bhutani's research at the TORT Centre was a “Comparative study between studded and bladed football boots” and won the Department of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery's 'Ian Kelly Scientific Communication Award’ in 2012.
In April this year Dr Bhutani, as the Founder-Director, officially opened Eva Hospital in Ludhiana, India, where he is also the consultant orthopaedic surgeon. The Hospital is a 35 bed super-speciality centre offering world class services in the fields of Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries, Infertility, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Pediatrics and allied medicine.
Left: Official opening of Eva Hospital, Dr Bhutani second from left; Right: Dr Bhutani receiveing his MCh (Orth) Dundee Degree from Professor Abboud.
Professor Rami Abboud, MCh (Orth) Director and Head of Department of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery stated: “On behalf of the academic department of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery at the University of Dundee, I would like to congratulate Dr Tanveer Bhutani on his great achievement of establishing his new hospital, Eva Hospital, and the great opening on 5th April 2015 at Ludhiana India to lead as a founder, clinician and Co-Chair in serving his local community”. Dr Bhutani was one of our brightest MCh (Orth) candidates who completed his MCh (Orth) degree in June 2012 and was awarded the Ian Kelly Scientific Communication Award for his research. I was very impressed with his focus and dedication and knew that if he was given the opportunity he will go far. It was obvious to me that Tanveer is ambitious, hard-working, committed to further his career and I have no doubt that his patients will benefit greatly from his expertise and humanity. We wish him all the best with his new hospital”.
Dr. Bhutani added: “It is a privilege for me to get wishes from Professor Abboud and the University of Dundee. I am proud to be an alumunus of the University of Dundee and have gained so much professionally from the MCh (Orth) Dundee course. I take this opportunity to thank the Department of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, my family, my father Dr. MS Bhutani and above all, Almighty and pray for their guidance and support”.