Dr. Neelam Mohan is one of the leading Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist & child liver transplant specialist

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One of the Leading Pediatric Liver Specialist,Gastroenterologist and Liver transplant Physician

Dr. Neelam Mohan – a multi-faceted human being…  more

Clinician Par excellence
She is one of the leading pediatric Gastroenterologist & hepatologist in India. She has a vast experience of more than 21 yrs in her field. She is famous for her clinical acumen and academic knowledge.
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Acclaimed Doctor
Her sincerity, dedication and pioneering efforts in the field of pediatric liver disease, endoscopy and gastro intestinal /abdominal diseases have brought her recognition at National and International level.
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Award and recognitions
She has been honored with FIAP award by Indian Academy of Pediatrics and FACG by American College of Gastroenterology. She has been awarded Swastha Bharat Samman by Zee Health.
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• Membership of Commonwealth Association of Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition (CAPGHAN)• Vice President, Indian Academy of Paediatrics, Delhi (2010)
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She has 162 Publications 45 chapters and several in International journals (77).
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Social initiatives
She is founder member / secretary of CHILD Society which looks into health care issue of children and Cherry Hill Society which looks into education of weaker section.
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Oration / Speaker
Presented at 463 forums, of which 100 are international.
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Set up India’s first ever department of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver transplantation, at Medanta Medicity, Gurgaon.
Pioneer in field of pediatric liver transplantation. Runs the busiest centre in India afor pediatric liver transplantation.
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    Rarest of the Rare-Conjoined twin girls
    with one liver separated
    at two month of age.

    Rarest of the Rare-Conjoined twin girls with one liver separated at two month of age.

    Dr Neelam Mohan Awarded the FIAP at the
    Inaugural Function of
    Golden Jubilee Pedicon 2013.

    Dr Neelam Mohan Awarded the FIAP

    World’s first interlinked 3 pediatric living related liver transplants with 2 donors (2 swap liver transplant and 1 domino transplant).

    World’s first interlinked 3 pediatric living related liver transplants

    India’s first ABO-incompatible liver transplant
    in 2yrs old Zuana.

    India’s first ABO-incompatible liver transplant

    "Vashisht Chikitsa Ratan Award” - Given to Dr. Neelam Mohan

    "Vashisht Chikitsa Ratan Award” was given to Dr. Neelam Mohan on the occasion of Doctors Day held on 1st July 2012  by Hon.Lt. Governor of Delhi.Mr Tejinder Khanna and the Health Minister - Dr .  A Walia
    She is the only Women Doctor from Delhi to receive this award.
    "Vashisht Chikitsa Ratan Award” - Given to Dr. Neelam Mohan


My life never expected to be perfect, because perfection does not exist. What was expected of me was for me to give my boards exams of 12th and passing them with a good record. Also I had plans to enhance my art and dancing skills but things don't always go the way you plan. Life is so unpredictable and soon after i finished my examination Jaundice had taken over my entire body, meaning my eyes, skin and everything turned yellow. My health was deteriorating with each passing day.

With no further delay my parents admitted me to MEDANTA HOSPITAL and the doctors began to run a massive amount of tests to figure out what was actually going on.

Soon i was diagnosed with a liver disease "WILSON". Dr.A.S.SOIN and Dr. NEELAM MOHAN with their respective teams explained me the situation and the entire process of what would come next. When they said that my situation was bad and "I was sitting on a bomb" said by Dr.Neelam Mohan, I sat stunned and was trying to process all the words they had just spoken. I was in a state of shock because for me even a needle prick was a big deal and going under major surgery was not less than any nightmare.

Their words just lost somewhere in the space and at that moment all i was able to think was, would i b able to survive? are these last moments of my life that i can spend with my family? Would i be able to make it?

My family was in a state of shock too, as i was the most pampered child in the family. They were my support system, they made my will power strong at every step, without them i might have given up. I am blessed to be a part of such a family where my life was valuable because in this condition most of families let their daughter die.

My parents always asked me to keep my will power strong and my brother was making each possible effort to bring smile on my face.

If physically I was going through hard time then my family was going through it too mentally. The days of pre transplant involved multiple doctors checkups, and blood work, blood work, blood work. I was feeling angry, helpless and even scared but then my mother held my hand and said that" I won't let anything happen to you my baby, you are strong girl i know and you will survive through this, I am with you no matter what happens”. A mother gives birth to her child once keeping her life at risk. But my mother had given me birth twice. Even after my surgery I mean our surgery when i could not even think to walk my mother came from her room to mine just to have a glance of me even in so much of pain.

After the transplant i started feeling well almost immediately besides the healing from the surgery .Finding right doctors that gets u on the right track and gives u new life is a blessing. For me Dr. SOIN sir and Dr. Neelam Mam were that blessing.

After knowing that the consequences could have been more worst, the hard time through which i survived does not matters to me, in the end what matters to me is that i am still alive and i am with my family and leading a normal life. I have my days like anyone else have. i don't want anyone to sympathize me by hearing that i am a transplant patient. I am just normal person as anyone else.

It bring tears to my heart when i come to know that parents let their daughters die in this situation as their thoughts are influenced by future and society. It does not make any sense when instead of spending some amount for your daughter or your child life some parents let them die just because they think that no one will marry them and they will be having dark future. How can parents leave their daughters hand when they are lying on the death table and when they need their parents the most. I am glad to be a part of such a family where girls are given equal respect and love as boys. It’s a small appeal to all those parents who leave their daughters in these kind of critical situation and consider organ donation as life destroying for girls. Support your daughters and their ambition, each life is valuable despite of fact whether its girl or boy. Organ donation is a life giving process, and it should be consider in that way only. I am thankful to my doctors and their team because of their efforts i am alive today.

Jainika Chawla

Yes, I am a GIRL and I am still breathing.....
[caption id="attachment_2250" align="aligncenter" width="216"] Testimonial by Mother of Rounak.[/caption]
Testimonial by Mother of Rounak
[caption id="attachment_2163" align="aligncenter" width="216"] Testimonial by Father of Rahul Sharma.[/caption]
Post liver transplant patient from Haryana - Rahul Sharma
Liver transplant patient from Pakistan - Sayed Nazir Abbaz
[caption id="attachment_2157" align="aligncenter" width="210"] Testimonial letter written by father of Post liver transplant Patient Suraj[/caption]
Suraj - 5yrs post liver transplant
Father of 13yrs Sofi Mahreen,patient of chronic liver disease