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  • Dr. Puneet Bhutani has completed his MBBS  from Govt Medical College, Kottayam, Kerala (2001).
  • He has completed his DNB-Nuclear Medicine(2009-2012) from Army Hospital R & R.
  • Consultant and Head- PET/CT and Nuclear Medicine, International Oncology, Fortis Noida (Oct 2015 to Mar 2017)
  • Senior Resident, Nuclear Medicine, Action cancer Hospital (Dec 2012 to Oct 2015)
  • Senior Resident, Nuclear Medicine, Artemis Hospital (Mar 2012 – Jun 2012)
  • Junior Resident, Nuclear Medicine Army Hospital R and R (Feb 2009 – Feb 2012)
    • Short service commission (physician doctor in army medical corps, Indian army (2004-2009) army medical corps Indian army, AMC), Medical officer, Commissioned at Military hospital Jalandhar in 2004.
    • Officers training school, Lucknow – May 2004.
    • Regimental Medical officer – infantry battalions, 11 Sikh and 17 Sikh(4) Medical officer, 4011 Fd Amb, 2007 – 2009
    • Applied & Granted voluntary release from Short Service Commission, after completion of 5 yrs contractual service. Exemplary Service record certificate issued by Director General Medical Services (Indian army)/MPRSO branch.
    • Medical officer Inscol Hospital Chandigarh, Medicine (Jan 2004 – Feb 2004)
    • Junior resident, Surgery, Govt Medical College Chandigarh (May 2003 – Dec 2003)
    • Jan 2003 – May 2003 Ashoka neuropsychiatry Hospital, Jalandhar.
    • 2002 – Dept of urology, Kidney hospital, Jalandhar
  • Certified in NBC Disaster Management course, 2007 College of Military Engineering, Pune.
  • Attended Medical Officer Basic Course at Army Medical Corps, Centre and School, Lucknow. This was training on the overall role of a Medical Officer in Armed forces, leadership qualities, ability to command and Control, organizing abilities, hospital/unit administration, military law, staff duties.
  • Dr. Puneet Bhutani is a Life member of Society of Nuclear Medicine India (SNMI) & SNMI northern chapter.
  • Dedicated to provide safe, efficient and patient centered care.
  • Excellent communication skills with strong patient oriented professional work ethics.
  • Familiar with dedicated PET/ CT system -Biograph 2 (SIEMENS), Forte Epic Dual Head Gamma Camera (PHILIPS), Symbia Truepoint SPECT/ CT (SIEMENS), Thyroid probe, Dose calibrator, Survey meters.
  • Perform radiopharmaceutical preparation, Generator elution, Quality control & various aspects of quality control of gamma cameras.
  • While in Army, he had worked all over India under varied environmental/climatic conditions, from high altitude areas of JK. Familiarity with High altitude related diseases/problems.
  • Worked in the capacity of a counselor to the stressed/traumatized soldiers as well as their family members
  • Attended 42nd SNMICON (Society of Nuclear Medicine India Conference, 11th -14th Nov 2010) held at Post graduate institute of medical education & research (PGIMER) Chandigarh.
  • Attended a two-day workshop on radiation safety in nuclear medicine (7th – 8th Aug 2010, organized by Indian college of nuclear medicine) at Institute of nuclear medicine & allied sciences (INMAS), New Delhi.
  • Attended Symposium on non-invasive imaging (9th -12th Dec 2010) held at Institute of nuclear medicine & allied sciences (INMAS), New Delhi.
  • Emerging role of PET-CT – PGI Chandigarh, 2009
  • Attended Nuclear cardiology conference- Nov 2009, Mumbai
  • Attended 1st Indo-European Teaching program, Mumbai, May 2010
  • Attended Nuclear Cardiology Conference, New Delhi, Nov 2011
  • Attended CME on cardiac emergencies management at Command Hospital, Chandimandir, 2008
  • Oration – Role of 18F-FDG PET/CT in Miliary Sarcoidosis Carcinoma– A Case Report at Gangaram Hospital, northern chapter meet held at Sr Gangaram Hospital, Delhi. The case report has been published in Journal of physicians of India (JAPI).
  • Resource person – Disaster Management, NBC, Command Hospital Chandigarh, 2008