Specialist in Hepatobiliary Diseases

Dr. Samir Shah is a Consultant Hepatologist attached to Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre. After finishing M.D. in medicine from Grant Medical College, Bombay in 1982, he was selected to do a two-years degree course in Gastroenterology at the Christian Medical College, Vellore.

He has been a member of the Editorial Board of Indian Journal of Gastroenterology and was elected as the Secretary of the Indian Association for study of the liver for the period 1995-1997.

He has been awarded the Hargobind Foundation Scholarship and has returned back after a one-year fellowship in Hepatology and Liver transplant at the Institute of Hepatology, University College London with Prof. Roger Williams.

He has been the driving force to co-ordinate efforts to start a cadaveric organ transplant programme in the country and Mumbai in particular. He was involved with the first successful liver transplant in Mumbai where a father donated part of his liver to his daughter.

He is the founder member and the general secretary of the National Liver Foundation.

He is a Council Member of “International Liaison Committee, Asian Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver (APASL)

303, Doctor House,
Opp. Jaslok Hospital
Peddar Road, Mumbai - 26


Global Hospital
Dr. Samir R. Shah,
Head, Department of Hepatology
Institute of Liver Disease, HPB Surgery and Transplant;
Room No. 205, 2nd floor, Global Hospital,
Dr. E. Borges Road, Opp Dr Shirodkar School, Parel, Mumbai - 400 011


for Appointment contact
Ms. Usha - 9819563416

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