About Dr. Rani Bhat
Dr. Rani Bhat is the Senior Consultant & Head of the Gynecological Oncology Department of the HCG cancer hospital in Bangalore.
After completing MBBS, she obtained her master’s degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology (MS-OBG). She went on to specialize in gynecological oncology with a fellowship at the K. K Women’s and Children’s Hospital, in Singapore. She underwent HIPEC training form National Cancer Centre, Singapore, colposcopy training from The Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia, radical trachelectomy from l’Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, Canada, and robotic surgery from the Queen Mary Hospital of the University of Hong Kong. She also holds the prestigious Membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecology (MRCOG) from the United Kingdom, and holds a French Diploma in Gynecological Operative Endoscopy.
Lots of thankful patients who speak on behalf of us. Hear them out
Dr Rani Bhat is one of the best doctors I have met. Her calm demeanour and positive attitude inspires confidence in her patients. She has excellent professional knowledge and an inherent ability to treat her patients in a humane and dignified manner. I am really fortunate to have her as my surgeon.
We met Dr. Rani Bhat at a time when we were going through the shock, confusion & hopelessness that is often the first reaction to cancer. My mother’s biopsy report had just come in and she had cervical carcinoma. But meeting her literally changed everything. After the very first visit, we came out reassured that she was in the best hands in Bangalore, and possibly India.
After being diagnosed with cancer I was refereed to HCG Hospital in Bangalore. During my stay I had come across many doctors in which were all proficient in their roles. It’s one thing for a doctor to treat a condition but it’s another to treat and heal the patient who is suffering from the condition and heal their doubts too.
Hi. I am Dr. Vibhawari, a junior colleague of Dr. Rani and thus have been a witness of the kind of care love and compassion with which she treats her patients. But I could understand what it actually is only when i became her patient and had to undergo one minor surgery. I would like to say that i felt highly privileged to be her patient.