Radiation Oncology

Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil

Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil

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Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil is actively involved in patient care and is committed to providing compassionate, quality care and improving his patient’s quality of life. He finds this part of his work is very gratifying. He works hard to provide his patients access to the best care available and empower them through their treatments by providing them with a clear diagnosis and access to the latest technology, treatment options, support, and clinical trials.

Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil always strives to meet his patients’ needs with compassion and respect. At the MVRCCRI, Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil is pleased to be able to offer his patients treatment regimens customized to each person’s tumor biology on a molecular level with access to many of the latest and highly sought after clinical trials. Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil does not just treat a condition, but he treats the whole person.

Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil believes that knowledge is power and communication is essential to good patient care. As a consultant in Radiation Oncology at the MVRCCRI, Dr. Shamsudheen Cholayil has made it a personal goal to deliver compassionate, yet state of the art care in a healing environment.

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  • Work experience
  • Education
  • Awards & Honours
  • Consultant, MIMS Hospital, Calicut.
  • MBBS, Government Medical College Calicut, Calicut University, 2011
  • MD – Radiotheraphy, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, 2015

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The MVRCCRI, set up by the Care Foundation initiated by Calicut City Service Cooperative Bank, is situated on 17 acre property at Vellalaserri in Kozhikode district with 300 bed strength spread over six lakhs square feet area. The Centre is named after the late CMP leader M. V. Raghavan. Inaugurated on January 17 2017, both the OP and IP departments are functional from January 18 2017. The Hospital established at a cost of INR 350 Crore has spent INR 150 crore for acquiring the latest Equipment.

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