Dr. Sudeepta Kumar Swain


Dr Sudeepta Kumar Swain specialises in treating stomach and gastrointestinal conditions and is renowned as one of the best gastroenterologists in Chennai. He has treated various medical and surgical ailments, which range from gallbladder diseases, jaundice, acidity or heartburn, gastric reflux disease, bowel irregularities, pancreatitis, gastritis, liver diseases, piles and anal fissures. He has extensive experience dealing with stomach, small and large intestinal, hepatic, and pancreatic cancers.Dr Swain perform procedures like endoscopies, laparoscopies, and colonoscopies to identify conditions affecting gastrointestinal functions. They use interventions ranging from medication regimens to open surgery or minimally-invasive techniques to manage these conditions.

Education & Training


  • MBBS – 1996, MS (Surgery) – 2001 – SCB Govt. Medical College, Cuttack, Odisha
  • Upper GI Endoscopy & Colonoscopy Fellowship – 2008
  • Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery – 2010
  • DNB (Surgical Gastroenterology) – 2015
  • Certificate course for Robotic surgery – 2016

Professional Work


  • 2013 - Present Consultant at Apollo Hospital
  • Associate Professor, Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute, Puducherry

Publications & Awards

Research & Academics:


  • 33 Publications in reputed national and international indexed journals
  • 60+ presentations in Surgical Gastroenterology and HPB Surgery at National & International Forums
  • Reviewer for international journals
  • Faculty and HOD for DNB (Surgical Gastroenterology) programme at Apollo main Hospital, Chennai
  • Faculty to train surgeons at animal lab and cadaver advanced surgery Training Programmes
  • Course co-ordinator, GI Surgery, Apollo Simulation centre, Chennai
  • Mentor/Trainer for Robotic GI Surgery

  • Awards :

  • Best Faculty Award (2010) at MGMC & RI, Puducherry
  • Surgical Gastroenterology Young Scholar Award (2015)

  • Area of Expertise :

  • Laparoscopic and Robotic Upper Gastrointestinal surgery, GI Oncology
  • HPB (Hepatopancreatobiliary) surgery

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