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MS, DMAS (France)
Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Minimal Access Surgery, University of Strasbourg
Minimal Access, Obesity & Diabetes Surgeon
Founder Director: Mohak Bariatrics and Robotics, Indore
Director: Bhandari Hospital and Research Centre, Indore
Director: Enliten (Non-surgical Weight Loss Center)
Dr. Mohit Bhandari is a known name in Bariatric, Metabolic, Robotic, and Endoscopic Surgery world. He is the youngest and most experienced bariatric surgeon in the Asia Pacific who has performed 15000+ bariatric surgeries. 2019 is the year marked with a lot of personal and professional achievements. By performing 53 surgeries in just 13 hours and 20 minutes, he has registered his name in Guinness Book of World Records and World Book of Records.
For his exceptional contribution to the field of bariatric and metabolic surgeries in the Asia Pacific region, he is honored with IFSO Ambassador Award 2019. Not just this, with his dedication and indomitable will, he has set himself as a fitness inspiration for all his patients, colleagues, and team members.
In 2017, Dr. Mohit Bhandari has introduced Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty (ESG), a non-surgical weight loss procedure in India. It is now the most commonly performed endoscopic procedure at Mohak Bariatrics & Robotics to treat obese patients without incisions and scars.
He is one of the first surgeons to perform robotic bariatric surgery in India and also the first Indian doctor to perform a single anastomosis duodenal-ileal switch.
Dr. Bhandari has performed notable surgeries that have gained national and international attention. In 2012, Dr. Mohit Bhandari performed the first documented obesity surgery in Asia, operating on an Asian woman weighing 350 kg. He also performed bariatric surgery on a 6-year-old boy in 2013, the youngest person on record to receive such surgery in India. Bhandari entered the Limca Book of Records in 2015 by performing 25 bariatric surgeries in an 11-hour period, performing the feat with the help of a 40-person team.
In 2018, Bhandari performed revision bariatric surgery on the youngest documented patient who was eight years old at the time of the surgery.