Brig Dr Rajeshwar Singh, Director Medical Oncology, Paras Hospitals, Panchkula provides an insider’s view into his impactful journey

Brig Dr Rajeshwar Singh pursued MD from Armed Forces Medical College, Pune and DM in Medical Oncology from Cancer Institute Adyar, Chennai and ever since then, he has been contributing indispensably towards this speciality.

With 30 years of experience as a doctor and 19 years in Medical Oncology, he has a trusted record of patient-centric experience with a long history of serving patients in Indian army when he was the HOD Oncology of Command Hospital, Chandigarh, Command Hospital, Pune and Army Hospital R&R Delhi, after which he took VRS to join Paras Hospitals Panchkula.

Share with us your story of joining this speciality?

The story behind me joining Medical Oncology started in medical college when I saw my close friend’s son fighting this disease and had to suffer due to lack of expert oncologist to treat him. During my early ten years as a physician, I saw many cancer patients who were not offered relief from suffering and pain that they endured at the end of their life. Doctors refuse to handle cancer patients due to lack of knowledge and patients remain in terrible condition. At that time, I decided to do medical oncology to contribute meaningfully to give relief from pain and suffering for those in the terminal stage of illness.

What inspires you to work every day at Paras Hospitals Panchkula?

In Tricity, there are not many good health facilities including comprehensive Cancer Treatment Centres availble. This is particularly true for Panchkula and the whole of the northern part of Haryana. Cancer patients require repeated visits for treatment, which is difficult for this part of Tricity, especially in emergencies.

Paras Hospitals and Cancer Centre is the first comprehensive cancer care facility providing world-class cancer care in Panchkula with inhouse PET Scan, Radiotherapy machine to offer IGRT, IMRT 3D CRT and VMAT services under one roof.

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