Dr. Sanwar Agrawal
Dr. Agrawal is a distinguished pediatrician celebrated for his remarkable career. He holds an M.D. in Pediatrics and has consistently demonstrated academic excellence, both during his MBBS and postgraduate studies.
His professional journey commenced as a senior research officer in a UNICEF project titled "Longitudinal Study of Morbidity in rural areas of Punjab," showcasing his commitment to advancing healthcare. Subsequently, he gained valuable experience during his senior resident tenure at the prestigious PGI Chandigarh from 1980 to 1983, seamlessly combining teaching, administration, and research.
With an unwavering dedication to medical education, Dr. Agrawal devoted 17 years to teaching at the Ekta Institute of Child Health. In this role, he not only disseminated knowledge but also served as the coordinator for the DNB program, mentoring and guiding 15 theses for DNB students.
His impact extends far beyond the classroom. Since 1983, he has been a dedicated pediatric consultant in Raipur, renowned for exceptional management of a well-equipped pediatrics facility with NICU and PICU from 1985 to 1999. Currently, he holds the prestigious position of Director and consultant pediatrician at Sparkle Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. and Ekta Institute of Child Health, a unique 125-bedded pediatric hospital emphasizing the power of teamwork in delivering exceptional care.
Recognized for outstanding contributions to the field, he serves as an appraiser for DNB candidates, evaluating and nurturing future talent. He has organized and led numerous workshops and training programs related to pediatric care, including neonatal resuscitation and asthma management.
Beyond clinical and teaching roles, Dr. Agrawal has played a significant part in various organizational activities within the medical community. He has convened workshops, served as a clinical secretary, chaired scientific committees, and even held the esteemed position of President in medical associations. His dedication to pediatric care and medical education is further evident through an extensive list of publications, including 28 papers in national and international journals.
His influence also extends to the lay press, where he regularly writes on matters related to health education. His commitment to the field has been acknowledged through numerous awards, including being a reviewer for Indian Pediatrics and a member of the advisory editorial board of Indian Paediatrics, IJPP, and Asian Journal of Pediatrics.