Dr. Amrut Sindhu V , M.B.B.S., D.N.B. (Diplomate National Board), DAA
Pulmonologist
Bangalore, Karnataka, India   View Clinic 

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Contact Details
 
City
Bangalore
State
Karnataka
Country
India
Professional Details
 
State Licence Number/NPI
78953
State/Board registered with
Karnataka Medical Council
Specialty
Pulmonologist
Years of experience
18
Patients seen per week
70 
Specific Skills and Interests
Allergy skin testing , Immunotherapy, Bronchoscopy, Asthma. ILD 
Clinic Detail 1
 
Location
AUM SPECIALITY CLINIC,
ABOVE SANGEETHA MOBLIES,1ST FLOOR,KUVEMPU MAIN ROAD,KEMPAPURA,HEBBAL,
BANGALORE, Karnataka, India View Clinic  
Timing
10 AM TO 1 PM & 5PM TO 9PM
 
Education Details
 
Graduation
 
Year
2001 
Degree earned
M.B.B.S. 
Name of the university
RGUHS 
Residency / Post graduation
 
Year of post-graduation
2010
Degree earned
D.N.B. (Diplomate National Board)
University/Hospital/Institute
Apollo Hospitals Chennai 
Fellowship / Specialty Training
 
Year of fellowship
2014
Degree earned
DAA
University/Hospital/Institute
CMC VELLORE 
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