M.B,B.S (India) , M.R.C.S (Edinburgh) , M.Med (Singapore)
F.M.A.S (India) F.A.M.S Paediatric Surgery (Singapore)
ProfileDr. Nidhu received her M.B,B.S from Delhi University in 2007. Pursuing her passion for surgery, she went on to complete her Masters in General Surgery from Singapore, along with the prestigious Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (MRCS) in 2011.
She had displayed keen interest in pursuing Paediatric Surgery since her formative years as a surgeon. She trained in National University Hospital, Singapore and obtained her specialist certification in Paediatric Surgery in 2016.
Her special interest is in the field of laparoscopy, for which she obtained fellowships in laparoscopy from World Laparoscopy Hospital, India, and is a lifetime member of World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons since 2016. She also has successfully completed fellowship in Laparoscopy from National University Hospital, Singapore.
Dr. Nidhu went on to further her experience in Cambridge University Hospital (Addenbrookes), where she underwent intense training in paediatric surgery for 2 years as Senior Clinical Fellow. During her stay in the UK, she was awarded two British Association of Paediatric Surgeons (BAPES) scholarships in the field of Laparoscopy by Karl Storz London in 2018.
She has keen interest to further her knowledge in the field of Paediatric Surgery and is also a fellow of European Board of Paediatric Surgeons since December 2018.
Dr Nidhu believes in returning to the community and has held seminars to create awareness since medical school years. Currently, she holds the post of Deputy Zone Surgeon with St. John's Ambulance since 2012 whereby she trains young cadets for Emergency care. She also takes in both local and international medical students for teaching and training and she moves forward in her own journey.
Dr Nidhu specializes in Paediatric Surgery, for the following conditions:
- Lumps & Bumps
- Conditions in the Genitalia & Groin areas (Hydrocele, Undescended Testis, Testicular Torsion, Inguinal/Umbilical Hernia)
- Lip Mocucele
- Umbilical Granuloma
- Lymph Node Enlargement
- Ear Tag
- Congenital Abnomalities (Tongue Tie, Polydactyly, Pre Auricular Sinus)
- Fecal Impaction