Dr Vinod R Patil
He did his MBBS from RCSM government medical college at Kolhapur and then he did his MD from prestigious Bombay hospital, Mumbai.
After that he worked as assistant professor for one year at SKNMC Pune. During same period he prepared for NEET SS in which he secured 4th rank in entire Maharashtra. He did his DM clinical Hematology from one of the best institute in India, Seth G S medical College and KEM hospital, Parel, Mumbai. There he worked very hard and secured vast knowledge in hematology by attending enumerable number of hematology patient on OPD and IPD basis. He excelled his knowledge in various Hematological disorders like leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, benign hematological diseases and coagulation disorders. He acquired laboratory hematology nuances by working at Hematopath laboratory at KEM hospital and also at NIIH, Mumbai. During this tenure, he got an opportunity to work at the Tata Memorial hospital in bone marrow transplant unit. There he worked day in and out to gain detailed knowledge about bone marrow transplant.
He passed his DM clinical Hematology with gold medal from the University.
After the he worked at MGM hospital Vashi, Navi Mumbai as consultant Hematologist for one year. After that he went on to do bone marrow transplant fellowship at Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata
under the best Hematologist of India, Dr Mammen Chandy.
There he got to see more that 200 cases of stem cell transplant on IPD and OPD basis. It further consolidated his hematological concepts and he got opportunity to share his knowledge with best Hematologists in India.
During his learning period, he has published several national and International papers. Also he has attended many national and International conferences to frequently update his knowledge.
After his fellowship, Dr Vinod Patil joined Oncolife cancer hospital Satara in February 2020.
After joining Oncolife hospital, he has treated more than 2000 patients of hematology including benign and malignant cases. He has also started stem cell transplant programme and did first stem cell transplant in Satara.