Dr Suresh Vatsyayann

Dr. Suresh Vatsyayann

MBBS, FCGP, DNB, FRNZCGP, MBA
BSocSci (Hons) Health Dev. Policy

Sr. Consultant Medicine & Surgery


Dr. Suresh Vatsyayann

MBBS, FCGP, DNB, FRNZCGP, MBA
BSocSci (Hons) Health Dev. Policy

Sr. Consultant Medicine & Surgery


46+ Experience
1.6 Million Consultants
116 Countries
11100 Public Seminars
16000 Testimonials
Well Known in New Zealand, Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana
With 24 Qualifications

 
Dr. Suresh Vatsyayann is a registered medical practitioner, currently living and working in New Delhi, India. He was born into a family of Brahmin practicing priests in Saddun, India. He graduated with an MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from Indira Gandhi Medical College, Simla from Himachal Pradesh University in 1972. He was awarded an FCGP (Fellow of the College of General Practitioners) in 1982 from the Indian Medical Association College of General Practitioners and a DNB (Diplomate of the National Board) in Family Medicine in 1984 from the National Board of Examinations, New Delhi, India.
In-Charge Primary Health Center under MoH, India. This rural health service included community health and primary health care services also. In-Charge Civil Dispensary under MoH, India. This rural health service included community health and primary health care services also. School Health Officer Bishop Cotton School, International Himalayan Schools Simla. Also for government schools in various parts in Himachal while working in the government health system 1973-1979 As a National High-Level Committee Member for IMA College of GPs (India) for Research in General Practice and Family Planning. Founder member of Humanitarian's International 1979 onwards to 1986 and then 1990 to 1995: Organized and managed various free medical camps and blood donation camps in rural and urban areas for the poor and underprivileged citizens of India.
Faculty Board Member for IMA College of GPs Chief Medical Officer, as a United Nations Volunteer Specialist, United Nations Development Program, for the Cook Islands. Management of the Health Services Research in Atiu & Mangaia in the Cook Islands. Management of Public Health in Atiu, the Cook Islands
Managing Director cum Manager Clinical Services, The Family Hospital (75 bedded general hospital), Avantika, Rohini, N. Delhi. Deputy Medical Superintendent, Jaipur Golden Hospital (a 250 bedded multi-specialty hospital), Rohini, N. Delhi. Director National Institute of Primary Health Care (an NGO), D 1017, New Friends Colony, New Delhi. He had the privilege of working closely with the Founder/Chair honorable Dr. P.C. Bhatla, the first DNB in Family Medicine in India. Honorary consultant to National Board of Examinations (Medical Sciences) New Delhi. Coordinator Family Medicine Specialists, N. Delhi. 1990-95 Administrator, Janta X-Ray Clinics (staff of 75+), Vikaspuri & Tilak Nagar, N.D. 1990- 95 National and Overseas Member / Advisor Association of Family Physicians of India 1984 onwards to date.
MBA (with Distinction) – Masters degree in Business Administration (International), Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand, 1996. BSocSci Honors - Bachelor of Social Science (Honors), with First Class Honors - Health Development & Policy, Waikato University, HTN, NZ 1997. Action Research in Maori Health (towards a Ph.D.) in the department of Strategic Management & Leadership @ the Waikato University working with Raukura Hauora O Tainui facilitating developing Maori (indigenous people) Health Development Org.,1998 to 2001. He was Founder Trustee of “Health for All Trust” October 2004 - 2010. Dr. Vatsyayann was Executive Director of LifeCon. Ltd. Health and Business Consulting Services, Hamilton, 2001 to 2005. Due to his hard working nature he played a great role as General Practitioner at The Family Clinic – te whare hauora whanau, Hamilton, New Zealand. From 1st August 2000 – 20 October 2010. A Clinic created under his principle of free and sustainable health care for all citizens. Supervisor for Intern Medical Graduates from Otago Medical School New Zealand 2007 - 2010. 2012-2013: Supervisor for Interns from various Medical Institutes in India, particularly Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha in Rama Krishna Mission involvement hospital in Vrindavan, UP, India. Certification of Course Completion in Global Health, Cervical Cancer Prevention (Low-Resource settings), March 14, 2014 from Global Health eLearning awarded by USAID. Member scientific committee, Cardiomersion international 2016 onwards.