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Gold Medallist Doctor takes Charge of Medical Services in Navy


Surgeon Vice Admiral AC Anand
takes over as DGMS (Navy) 
Surgeon Vice Admiral Anil Chandra Anand took over as the Director General Medical Services (Navy) on 01 June.

A gold medallist from the King George Medical College, Lucknow, he was commissioned in the Army Medical Corps on 30 Nov 1975. The surgeon specialised in Medicine and super specialised in Gastroenterology. As a gastroenterologist the Flag Officer pioneered a state of the art `Liver Transplant Centre` at the Army Hospital (R&R) from conceptualisation and development to operationalisation.

A researcher & teacher par excellence, the Surgeon Admiral is an academician with over 250 scientific papers in National and International medical journals including the Lancet and the European Journal of Gastroentronology.

Some of his previous prestigious appointments include Professor & Head of Department of ‘Medicine’ at AFMC Pune and at Army Hospital (R&R) at Delhi, Commandant of Command Hospital (SC) Pune, Senior Consultant (Medicine) and DG(Org & Pers) in DGAFMS Office.

Source : Press Information Bureau

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