Dr Gadadhar Panda

Associate Consultant Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Educational Qualification

1. MBBS (2011) – from V.S.S medical college, Burla India (Sambalpur


2. MD General Medicine (2017) – from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

India (Delhi University, New Delhi).

3. DM (Gastroenterology) (2021) – from Christian Medical College Vellore,

Tamil Nadu, India

4. Doctorate of National Board (DrNB) Gastroenterology (2022) – from

National Board of Examinations, New Delhi

Brief profile

Dr. Gadadhar Panda, has completed his MD General Medicine from Maulana Azad medical college (MAMC,) New Delhi and  DM  in Gastroenterology from CMC, Vellore. Previously he worked as Assistant Professor in CMC, Vellore.

Dr Panda has an extensive experience in gastroenterology and hepatology. He has successfully managed several complex liver and gastrointestinal disorders and has widely been acknowledged for his versatile and patient centric approach.

Dr Panda has a brilliant academic career and rich experience in research work .He had actively participated in Conferences, Poster presentations, CMEs and Workshops. He is a member of several esteemed medical associations including Indian Society of Gastroenterology, Indian pancreatic club, Indian Academy of Digestive Diseases and Indian Society for the Study of Liver.


  • Gastroscopy ,colonoscopy,  Double balloon enteroscopy
  • ERCP for stone disease,biliary stricture
  • Pediatric Endoscopies
  • Endoscopic Ultrasound
  • GI Manometry ,Capsule endoscopy
  • Therapeutic Endoscopies like Foreign body removal, Esophageal stricture dilatation, Esophageal stenting, Polypectomy ,EMR,ESD, APC, Endoscopic Band Ligation (EVL)
  • Liver diseases including cirrhosis,viral hepatitis and fatty liver
  • Plasma exchange(PLEX) for liver failure
  • Chronic diarrhea including IBD
  • Pancreatic diseases


1. Outcome of Acute Pancreatitis in Geriatrics is similar to Younger Individuals.

2. Zinc deficiency in patients with inflammatory bowel

disease – experience from a tertiary care centre in South India 3.LFT pattern in Rodenticide Hepatotoxicity