Dr Dhaval Mangukiya has started his private medical services in the field of Gastro Intestinal & Hepato Pancreato Biliary Surgery since January 2013 at Surat as visiting consultant in all major hospitals like Mahavir Trauma Hospital, Asutosh Hospital, Mission Hospital, BAPS Hospital.
He joined as chief Consultant Surgical Gastroenterologist in Dept of HPB & GI Surgery & Director SIDS Hospital & Research Center since Feb 2015.
Performing more than 80 major and supramajor surgeries in the subject of Hepato pancreato biliary surgery, Advanced laparoscopic surgery, complex gastro intestinal surgery and GI-HPB cancer surgery every month. The spectrum of procedures is wide which also includes open and Laparoscopic Liver resections, laparoscopic & open pancreatic surgeries, complex gastrointestinal surgeries, laparoscopic colorectal resections, Gastro esophageal surgeries.
Assistant Professor in Dept. of General surgery Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research Surat, Gujarat.Year: 2011-2012
Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery: European Institute of Tele Surgery – IRCAD Year: 2011
University of Strasbourg, France
Training in G.I. & Laparoscopic surgery: Bhatia General Hospital, Mumbai Year: 2009-2010
M.S.: General Surgery: Mahatma Gandhi Missions Medical college, Navi Mumbai Year: 2009
University: Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik
M.B.B.S.: Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research, Surat Year: 2006 University: South Gujarat University, Surat
GI & HPB Oncosurgery at TATA Memorial Hospital, Mumbai
Gyan Burman Fellowship in HPB Surgery and Liver Transplantation at Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi Year: 2013
HPB & GI Surgery at Jaslok Hospital and Research Center, Mumbai Year: 2012-2013
Visiting Fellowship Colorectal Cancer Surgery, Yonsei University, South Korea Year:2017
Co-Author: Hepatobiliary Actinomycosis masquerading malignancy – submitted in Tropical Gastroenterology due for publication
Co-Author: “ Rectal adenocarcinoma in an adult with imperforate anus at birth” BMJ Case Reports published online 12 October 2012
Co-Author: “A Giant Congenital Lipoma over back – Images of a rare congenital abnormality” – (Indian Journal of Surgery July 2010 Volume 72, Issue 1 page 361-362.
Author: "A prospective series case study of pyogenic liver abscess: Recent trands in etiology and management" – Indian Journal of Surgery Volume 74, Issue 5 (2012), Page 385-390
Author: “A case report on Retropharyngeal nerve cell tumor: Schwannoma” –Indian Journal of Surgery Volume 73. Number 1. January-February 2011 page 58-60.
Won the prize of the best E Video for laparoscopic left hepatectomy in IASG 2017 (NATIONAL G I SURGERY Conference)
Won the prize best E poster on Bowel Gangrene in IASG 2017 (NATIONAL G I SURGERY Conference)
Presented several posters in IHPBA (INDIA) and DDW (USA)
Video presentation on “Laparoscopic Whipple’s Pancreaticodudenectomy” in IHPBA2016 at Ahmedabad.
Poster presentation on “Hepatic artery embolisation in Liver trauma” in IHPBA2016 at Ahmadabad.
Oral presentation on "Predictors of morbidity in hepatectomy for cholangiocarcinoma" in IASGCON 2013, Kolkata.
Poster presentation on "Long term outcomes of hepatectomy in hilar cholangiocarcinoma" in IASGCON 2013, Kolkata.
Poster presentation on “Complications following delayed pancreatic necrosectomy for infective pancreatic necrosis” in IASGCON 2012, Bangluru
Short Paper presentation on “A case report on laparoscopic paraduodenal hernia repair” in GUJSURGCON 2009 (ASI chapter)
Short paper presentation on “Abdominal Trauma” in ASICON 2009
Short Paper presentation on “Benign Breast Diseases” in ASICON 2009
Pioneer developing advanced GI & HPB Surgical work in Surat, South Gujarat
Performing highest number of advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in Surat, South Gujarat
One of the few surgeon of India performing Laparoscopic Liver and Pancreatic Surgery
Acheived best video of surgery and best poster awards in National conference of India
Awarded for paper of distiction in International conference DDW, USA
Performed major surgeries in Live surgical workshops for more than 100 delegets