Dr Sushil Rawal is the Head of Department of General and GIHPB unit- 2. He has served 35years in the Nepali army post premature retirement and has joined Nepal Mediciti Hospital as a full time senior consultant surgeon. He has vast experience performing advanced Gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary surgeries. He is highly motivated, team oriented, compassionate with an attitude to uplift teaching and learning amongst colleagues and subordinates. He is interested in developing research and continued medical education in the department. Experience in teaching undergraduate, post graduate and GI Mch students His skill and knowledge has come from his immense hardwork and formal fellowships and trainings he had throughout his surgical career. He had formal advanced training in GIHPB from Madigan Army medical center, USA 2006, received the Gyan Burman fellowship in GIHPB and liver transplantation surgery from Sir Gangaram hospital, New Delhi India in 2008; Fellowship in GIHPB and Liver transplantation surgery, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan 2011; Fellowship in GIHPB and liver transplantation surgery, Kokilabaen Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Mumbai 2014.
He is trained in mass casualty and trauma management, Rambam Hospital Hifa Israel. He is well known for his experience in management of trauma and critically injured patient in the military service.
He has commanded various military medical units in International missions abroad and within the country. Since 2021 he has joined Nepal Mediciti hospital as a full time commitment with premature retirement from the Nepal Military Medical Corp, rank of Brigadier General from the portfolio of Clinical Registrar of Shree Birendra Army Hospital.
Qualification and Experiences
MBBS; MS (Gen Surgery) Fellowship Surgical Gastro ; HPB CHMH Taiw General & Hepatobiliary Surgery
General GIHPB Surgeon with experience performing advance Gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary surgeries on complex, complicated cases with comparable outcome and results to various high volume international centers.
Received the Gyan Burman fellowship in GIHPB and liver transplantation surgery from sir Gangaram hospital, New Delhi India in 2008.
Member of the society of Surgeons, Nepal
Nepal Association of surgical Gastroenterology