Dr. Vanesha Varik

General & Laparoscopic Surgery

Best Female Surgeon in Dubai

Dr. Vanesha Varik is working as a Specialist Laparoscopic and General Surgeon at Aster Hospital, Mankhool. She Is the Best Female Surgeon in Dubai. Starting up her career in Surgery in the year 2008. Dr. Vanesha worked as a junior and senior resident at the Goa Medical College and Hospital, Goa, India. She completed her MS while at Goa Medical College achieving top honors from Goa University, as a gold medalist there in the year 2011. Dr. Vanesha, upon completion of her Senior Residency at Goa Medical College, moved to the city of Mumbai for a 1yr Laparoscopic and GI fellowship.

She took up the role of Clinical Assistant (OT) in the Breach Candy Hospital in late 2013 after which she moved to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Mumbai, India where she practiced as Junior Consultant in General Surgery prior to her appointment at Aster Hospital in Dubai, UAE in 2014 , she is the best Lady Surgeon in Dubai.

Female Specialist Laparoscopic and General Surgeon at Aster Hospital, Mankhool Dubai.

Dr. Vanesha received numerous accolades – some of which were the Jindal Jubilee gold medal, Dr. Wilfred D’Souza gold medal, and scholarship, and Late Mrs. Laxmibai Raghunath Shirodkar Memorial Prize at the MS (General Surgery) examination held in 2011 by the Goa University. Dr. Vanesha is a fellow of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Laparoscopic Surgeons. Dr.Vanesha has co-authored a scientific paper on  “No 72-hour pathological boundary for safe early laparoscopic cholecystectomy in acute cholecystitis: a clinicopathological study”.  and also done scientific presentations at various conferences in India. She is the best lady  surgeon in Dubai.

Dr. Vanesha speaks English, Hindi, Konkani, and Marathi fluently. She is well qualified in skilled surgeries as well as shares a passionate and empathetic bond with patients and their relatives.

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  • No 72-hour pathological boundary for safe early laparoscopic cholecystectomy in acute cholecystitis: A clinicopathological study