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Your Orthopaedic Specialists

Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi

Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi graduated from medical school in 2001 and obtained his Masters of Medicine (Orthopaedic Surgery) from National University of Singapore in 2005. He completed his Orthopaedic Surgical Training in 2009 and graduated as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh (FRCS) and as a Fellow of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (FEBOT). Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi was subsequently awarded a Clinical Fellowship in Trauma and Arthroplasty in Germany (2009) by SICOT organization after topping the Diploma Exams (Dip SICOT). He was also awarded by the ‘AO Trauma Education’ institute to pursue another Clinical Fellowship in Complex Trauma in Fribourg, Switzerland (2012). To further his subspecialty orthopaedic training, Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi was awarded a training scholarship by the Ministry of Health and completed Clinical Fellowships in Innsbruck, Austria for the duration of 1 year to pursue his clinical interest in Adult Trauma and Joint Replacement Surgery as well as a Fellowship in Geriatric Fracture Management (2012/2013). Besides General Orthopaedics and Sports Injuries, his current practice involves management of patients with Complex Fractures and patients requiring Joint Replacement or Reconstruction with a particular interest in the aging population.

Prior to establishing private practice, Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi was a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Tan Tock Seng Hospital and was instrumental in establishing and executing the first ever Geriatric Hip Fracture Care Pathway in Singapore. With more than 15 years of clinical experience, Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi has been actively involved in teaching medical students and residents in Orthopaedic Training as a Senior Clinical Lecturer with National University of Singapore and an Assistant Professor with Lee Kong Chian Medical School at Nanyang Technology University. Besides clinical and teaching activities, he has extensive scientific publications in Orthopaedic Trauma and Geriatric Fracture Management. He is also a reviewer for several international Orthopaedic journals.

Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi has been invited as a Lecturer and Chairperson in numerous international and regional conferences including the United Kingdom, Czech Republic, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia, Thailand, India Indonesia and Bangladesh. He is also a Faculty member for the AO International Education and a National Representative for the International Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (SICOT). Furthermore, he has held appointments as an ‘Educational Consultant’ with other organizations.

Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi was awarded the Public Healthcare Clinician Special Recognition Award in 2013 and a Quality Improvement Award in 2014 for his outstanding clinical, research and teaching contributions. Besides professional achievements, he has also made significant contributions socially. Dr. Hitendra K. Doshi was involved actively in the Mercy Relief’s Disaster Team that rendered humanitarian relief to the victims of the earthquake in Central Java, Indonesia in 2006 and received a Health Award for his commendable performance in the Medical Relief Effort. As a veteran of humanitarian projects, Dr. Hitendra K Doshi continues to be involved in regular social service activities including medical camps and public health seminars in English, bahasa Indonesia and bahasa Melayu. The local press has also interviewed him for his significant clinical contributions on several occasions.

Speaks English, Malay, Indonesian language, Hindi and Gujarati

Appointments


National Representative – SICOT

Teaching Faculty – AO Education

Reviewer – Archives of Orthopaedic Trauma and Surgery (Journal)

Reviewer – Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation (Journal)

Reviewer – SICOT Journal (On-Line)

Awards / Fellowship Training

2006 – Certificate Of Appreciation – as a member of Mercy Relief’s disaster response team that rendered humanitarian relief to the victims of the earthquake in Central Java, Indonesia

2006 – Certificate Of Appreciation – for volunteering to the NUH-Mercy Relief Team during the Jogjakarta Earthquake

2006 – Minister For Health Award – In Appreciation for Commendable Performance In the Medical Relief Effort After The Indonesian Earthquake

2009 – Certificate of Appreciation – as 27th ASEAN Junior Travelling Fellow by Hospital For Traumatology And Orthopaedics, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

2009 – Certificate of Merit as 1st Runner Up for the Young Orthopaedic Investigator Award by Singapore Orthopaedic Association

2009 – Certificate of Fellowship for completing the ASEAN Junior Travelling Fellowship

2009 – Top Results for the Diploma SICOT Examination

2010 – Certificate of Fellowship in Trauma and Orthopaedics (SICOT, Germany)

2012 – AO Trauma Fellowship Award (Fribourg, Switzerland)

2013 – Fellowship in Geriatric Trauma Management (Innsbruck, Austria)

2013 – Fellowship in Adult Trauma (Innsbruck, Austria)

2013 – Fellowship in Joint Replacement Surgery (Innsbruck, Austria)

2013 – Public Healthcare Clinician Special Recognition Award

2014 – Quality Improvement Award

Research and Publications

  1. “Vascular Profile in Malaysian Patients with Diabetic Foot Complications.”, HK Doshi, K. Moissinac, S Harwant, International Medical Research Journal , Vol 2 (2), 1998
  2. “Factors Related to Adverse Outcome in Inpatients With Diabetic Foot.”, S Harwant, HK Doshi, K. Moissinac, BT Abdullah, Med J Malaysia, Vol 55 No 2, June 2000
  3. “Significance of Absent Dorsalis Pedis Pulse in Diabetic Foot Disease in Malaysia.”, S Harwant, HK Doshi, K Moissinac , BT Abdullah, The Journal of The ASEAN Orthopaedic Association, Vol 14 No 1, July 2001
  4. “Are diabetic foot lesions precipitated by accidental trauma?”, HK Doshi, Moissinac K, Harwant, Med J Malaysia. 2001 Dec;56 Suppl D:29-33
  5. “Fulminant Necrotizing Fasciitis in a patient with nuetropenia due to adulterated traditional Asian medication: a case report.”, HK Doshi, J Thambiah. Chan Cheng Leng, Nga Min En, Paul Ananth Tambyah, Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery 2009; 17(2) : 223-6
  6. “The Evaluation Of A Biphasic osteochondral Implant Coupled with An Electrospun Membrane In A Large Animal Model”, Say Taun Barnabas, Dietmar Werner Hutmacher, Andrew Krishna Ekaputra, HK Doshi, James Hoi Hui, TISSUE ENGINEERING Part A, 2010, VOL 16; NUMBER 4, pages 1123-1141
  7. “Multi drug resistant Pseudomonas infection in open fractures post definitive fixation leading to limb loss. A report of three cases.”, HK Doshi, Kenon Chua, Fareed Kagda, Paul Ananth Tambyah, IJCRI – International Journal of Case Reports and Images, Vol. 2, No. 5, May 2011. ISSN – [0976-3198]
  8. “Improving stability of locking compression plates through a design modification: a computational investigation.”,
    D. Anitha, Shamal Das De, Khong Kok Sun, Hitendra K Doshi, Taeyong Lee, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, April 2013
  9. Surgeons save bones: an algorithm for orthopedic surgeons managing secondary fracture prevention“, Gosch M, Kammerlander C, Roth T, Doshi HK, Gasser RW, Blauth M., Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 2013 Aug;133(8):1101-8
  10. “Clinical Outcomes of Distal Femoral Fractures in the Geriatric Population Using Locking Plates with a Minimally Invasive Approach.”, HK Doshi, P Wen Xian, B Maitra Vaarun, Murphy DP, Journal of Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation 2013 (July). Published online before print July 22, 2013, doi:10.1177/2151458513496254
  11. “Inappropriate Prescribing as a Predictor for Long-Term mortality after Hip Fracture.”, M. Gosch, M. Wörtz, J.A. Nicholas, H.K. Doshi, C. Kammerlander,M. Lechleitner, Gerontology (Aug, 2013)
  12. Orthogeriatric model for hip fracture patients in Singapore: our early experience and initial outcomes“, Kammerlander C, Doshi H, Gebhard F, Scola A, Meier C, Linhart W, Garcia-Alonso M, Nistal J, Blauth M. , Arch Orthop Trauma Surg, Dec 3 2013
  13. Long-term results of the augmented PFNA: a prospective multicenter trial.“, Kammerlander C, Doshi H, Gebhard F, Scola A, Meier C, Linhart W, Garcia-Alonso M, Nistal J, Blauth M., Arch Orthop Trauma Surg, Dec 3 2013
  14. “Principles of Osteoporotic Fracture Treatment”, C. Kammerlander, S. Erhart, H. Doshi, M. Gosch, M. Blauth., Best Practice & Research Clinical Rheumatology 27:757–769, 2013
  15. “Functional Improvement of self-care in the elderly after hip fracture: Is age a factor ?”, Doshi HK, Ramason R, Azellarasi J, Naidu G, Chan WL., Arch Orthop Trauma Surg, Jan 2014
  16. “The Influence of Distal Locking on the Need for Fibular Plating in Intramedullary Nailing of Distal Metaphyseal Tibiofibular Fractures”, R. Attal, V. Maestri, H. K. Doshi, U. Onder, V. Smekal, M. Blauth, and W. Schmoelz.,The Bone and Joint Journal, 96-B: 385-389, March 2014
  17. “Functional Improvement in Geriatric Hip Fractures: Does Vitamin D Deficiency Affect the Functional Outcome of Pateints With Surgically Treated Intertrochanteric Hip Fractures”, W.R.D. Seng, M.H. Belani, R.Ramason, G. Naidu, HK Doshi, Journal of Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation, May 2015
  18. “Fixation Versus Replacement in Geriatric Hip Fractures – Does Functional Outcome and Independence in Self Care Differ?, A. Palanaisamy, HK Doshi, D. Selvaraj, W.Chan G. Naidu, R. Ramason, Journal of Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation, Aug 2015”

 

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Dr. Chong Keen Wai
Dr Chong Keen Wai

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Trauma, Foot and Ankle

Dr. Winston Chew
Dr Winston Chew

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