Dr. Ashish Shah : Paediatricians in Mumbai | Narayana Health

Dr. Ashish Shah

DCH, MD (Paediatrics), DNB (Paediatrics), M.R.C.P (London) Senior Consultant

  • SpecialityPaediatrics

  • HospitalMumbai - SRCC Children's Hospital


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Brief Profile

Dr. Ashish Shah is renowned in the field of Paediatrics with vast experience of over 15 years. He pursued his MBBS from King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College, DCH (Diploma in Child Health) from College of Physicians and Surgeons, Mumbai, MD (Paediatrics) from University of Mumbai, DNB (Paediatrics) from National Board of Examinations, Delhi and M.R.C.P from Royal College of Physicians, London, UK. He has also undertaken various training courses such as Advanced and Basic Pediatric Resuscitation, PALS, Codman Training course for Intracranial Pressure Monitoring, APLS, Cranial Ultrasound in Newborn and Neonatal & Paediatric Auxology course. Dr. Ashish Shah provides preventive care, medical checkups, immunizations, medical treatment for disease like asthma, rashes, growth related problems etc. He has gained experience in Paediatric superspecialities like NICU, PICU, Paediatric Neurology and Paediatric Accidents and Emergencies. He has participated in various case based, paper and poster presentations and delivered lectures in many national and international conferences. Dr. Ashish Shah has been teaching 3rd and 4th year residents, and is a Lecturer at KEM Hospital and Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital. He is an Assistant Professor of Paediatrics at Bombay Hospital and was a DNB Teacher at Central Railway Hospital and DNB Guide at Masina Hospital (Under accreditation review).


  • DCH, MD (Paediatrics), DNB (Paediatrics), M.R.C.P (London)

Fields of Experience

  • New Born Care
  • Vaccination
  • Childhood Infection
  • Viral Fever Treatment

Awards & Recognition

  • October 1986: Distinction in Anatomy and Physiology in First MBBS
  • September 1990: 2nd prize in Competitive Leprosy Examination held by Acworth Leprosy Center
  • October 1998: Craniosynostosis-Study of 66 cases. 1st prize for free paper in IAP Mumbai Branch Annual Conference

Professional Memberships& Certifications

  • Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP)
  • Intensive Chapter of IAP
  • Rheumatology Chapter of IAP
  • Pulmonology Chapter of IAP


  • Chattopadhyay A, Shah AM, Khambankone SM, Dixit CD, Bharucha BA, Irani SF. Joubert syndrome, Ind Pediatr,1994;31:1415-1418 (Case Report)
  • Shah AM, Chattopadhyay A, Kher A, Bharucha BA, Karapurkar AP. Craniosynostosis with Marfan syndrome, hand and foot anomalies. Jr of Clinical Dysmorphology, 1996;5:263-266. (Letter)
  • Shah AM, John Boby KF, Karande SC, Lahiri KR, Jain MK. Late onset congenital syphilis in 11-year-old girl. Ind. Pediatr, 1995;32:795-798. (Case Report)
  • Chattopadhyay A, Shah AM, , Kher A, Bharucha BA, Karapurkar AP. Craniosynostosis and Klippel-Feil syndrome-A rare malformation. Ind. J Paed, 1996;63:819-822. (Case Report)
  • Parulekar SV, Shah AM,. Phototherapy. In: Parulekar SV(ed). Clinical Manual of Medical Procedures. 1st Edn, 1996. Bhalani Publishing House, Bombay, 508-511. (Chapter)
  • Shah AM, Nadkarni UB, Deshmukh CT, Jadhav S. Left superior vena cava-A cause of sudden death. Bombay Hospital Journal,1996;38(4):916-918. (Case Report)
  • Shah AM, Smith MF, Griffiths P, Quarrel O. Schinzel-Giedion syndrome: evidence for neurodegenerative process. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1997;77:32-33.(Abstract)
  • Shah AM, Nadkarni UB, Krishnamurty S, Deshmukh CT, Khambekar K.Infantile mediastinal primary endodermal sinus tumor. Ind Jr of Chest Dis & Allied Sci. 1997;39:177-181. (Case Report)
  • Shah AM, Smith MF, Griffiths PD, et al. Schinzel-Giedion syndrome: an evidence of neurodegenerative process. Am J Med Genet, 1999;82:344-377. (Case Report)
  • Shah AM, Dahodwala A. Purple Glove Syndrome following intravenous phenytoin. Ind. Pediatr,2014;51(9):763-764 (Case Report)
  • Shah AM, Dash Bibhudatta. Primary tuberculous abscess of thigh in infancy. Ind. Pediatr,2015;52:992 (Correspondence)


  • Indian Classical Music
  • Playing musical instruments Harmonium (passed 3 exams) Flute, Clarinet
  • Origami papercraft
  • Literature reading

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi