Dr. Suvro Banerjee

Specialization :
Consultant Interventional Cardiologist...
Heart Surgeons, Heart Specialist, Heart Specialist, Cardiologist
Qualification : MBBS, MD, MRCP, FRCP
Years of experience : 25 years

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 Educational Qualification

MBBS Medical College, Calcutta 1987
MRCP UK 1995
FRCP Edinburgh UK 2008

 Association Membership

  • The Indian Medical Association (IMA)
  • Cardiological Society of India (CSI)
  • Fellow, Indian College of Cardiology (FICC)
  • Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh (FRCPE)
  • Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, London (FRCP)
  • Founding member of Chakraberia branch of Indian Medical Association.
  • Executive member: Royal College of Physicians Association of Eastern India 2006 – 2009. Treasurer 2009-2011
  • Course Director of PLAB-PRO, a non-profit organization that organizes courses for candidates planning to take PLAB and MRCP examinations.
  • Academic Counselor and Teacher: Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU), for Post-graduate Diploma in Community Cardiology
  • Founder member, Bangla Intervention Therapeutics (BIT) 2011
  • Jt Organizing Secretary, VIIIth Annual Conference, Indian College of Cardiology, Kolkata 2011
  • Paul Harris Fellow, 2004
  • Examiner, Royal College of Physicians, UK,Since 2011
  • Founding member, British Society for Heart Failure,1998

 Awards & Achievements

  • Certificate of Honours in Physiology, Medical College Hospitals, Calcutta 1984
  • Orfila Silver Medal in Forensic & State Medicine, Medical College Hospitals, Calcutta 1986
  • Barnsley Health Authority Quality Award, 1997.
  • Presented in the 12th international postgraduate course on myocardial infarction and angina pectoris.(Davos, Switzerland) 1997
  • Demonstration of TOE in LIVE WORKSHOP (Indian Academy of Echocardiography Kolkata, India) 2001
  • Case presentation in CSI Interventional Council Meeting (Mumbai) 2005
  • Faculty, CSI (Mumbai) 2005
  • Faculty, ISECON (Kolkata) 2008
  • Faculty & guest speaker, 4th AICT (Bangkok, Thailand) 2008
  • Guest faculty & speaker, 1st BIT. (Bangladesh, Dhaka) 2011; 2nd BIT (Kolkata) 2012
  • Faculty & Speaker; SingLive (Singapore) 2011
  • Faculty & speaker, CSI (Delhi) 2012

 Past Experience


Consultant Cardiologist (Locum)  Barnsley Dist. Gen Hospital,Barnsley, UK 27.06.2004 to 05.08.2004
Consultant Cardiologist  Suraksha Hospital, India 18.09.2001 to 31.12.2003
Hospital Specialist, Cardiology  Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy,UK  15.07.98 to 30.11.2000
Honorary Registrar,Cardiology  Birch Hill Hospital Rochdale,UK 01.11.97. to 14.07.98
Specialist Registrar,Cardiology (North Trent)  Barnsley District General Barnsley,UK 01.12.95. to 31.10.97.
SHO, Medical Rotation General Medicine & Haematology  Rotherham General Hospital Rotherham,UK 15.02.95. to 30.11.95.
SHO, Medicine & Care of the Elderly  Bassetlaw District General Hospital, Worksop, Notts,UK 01.08.94 to 14.02.95
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 News Articles



1.            Banerjee S, Straffen A, Rhoden W E

               Value of qualitative troponin T estimation in decision making in patients with chest 

               pain (research paper)

               The British Journal of Cardiology:  1997; 4:  414-418


2.            Banerjee S. Rhoden W E

               Fast tracking of myocardial infarction by paramedics (research paper)

               Journal of Royal College of Physicians of London:  1998; 32:  36-38


3.            Banerjee S. Francis CM

               Making the most of echocardiography: A district hospital perspective (audit)

              *British Society of Echocardiography, Newsletter, July 1999.

              *Journal of the Indian Academy of Echocardiography: 2000


4.            Banerjee S.

               Cardiac Troponin: A new biochemical marker (letter)

               Trends in Cardiology & Vascular Disease: 1999; 2: 45


5.            Banerjee S. Hargreaves MR

               Transient pathological Q waves in suspected acute myocardial infarction: ‘electrical stunning’(Short report)

                International Journal of Clinical Practice: 2000; 54: 263-264


6.           Acharya S, Banerjee S

              Future of trainee overseas doctors in the United Kingdom (letter; rapid response)

               bmj.com 15 Aug 2000.


7.            Banerjee S.  Banerjee SS, Chakraborty S, Mukherjee P

               Short term effect of diltiazem on portal hypertension in patients with non-cirrhotic

               portal fibrosis (research paper)

               Indian Journal of Gastroenterology.  1991; 19: 7-9


8.            De KC, Das A, Banerjee S.

               Heart disease in pregnancy (case report)

               Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India.   1989; 10: 78


9.            Banerjee S, Francis CM

               A survey of practice of echocardiography in Scottish District Hospitals (research paper)

               Scottish Medical Journal  2001;


10.          Bandyopadhaya S, Banerjee S

               Severe hyperkalaemia with normal ECG (case report)

               international Journal of Clinical Practice: 2001;


11.          S Roy, A Sarkar, S Banerjee et al

               Chronic total occlusion: Femoropopliteal arteries (Abstract)

               Indian Heart Journal 2002; 54: 526


12.          S Roy, A Sarkar, S Banerjee et al

                Radial approach for coronary angiography: Single catheter experience (Abstract)

                Indian Heart Journal 2002; 54: 561


13.           R Chakraborty, Y Singh, S Banerjee et al

                 Intracoronary glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitors in acute coronary syndrome (Abstract)

                 Indian Heart Journal 2005; 57: 427


14.           PC Mondal, A Khan, R Chakraborty, S Banerjee et al

                 Intracoronary glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitors in acute coronary syndrome (Abstract)

                 Indian Heart Journal 2005; 57: 427



15.           Soumitra Kumar, Pallav Ghosh, Ajit Kumar Ghosh, Suvro Banerjee, et al

                 Inadvertent transvenous left ventricular pacing through an unsuspected atrial septal defect

                Journal of the Indian Medical Association.  2006; 104(9):522-4.

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