India gives you a wide range of oncologists to choose from, be in medical oncologists,
surgical oncologists or radiation oncologists. You can find specialists in your type of cancer.
We can help you find the best oncologists in India, and book a priority appointment for a time that is convenient for you. A priority appointment with an oncologist in India reduces your waiting time at the clinic or hospital, therefore reducing your exposure to viruses and infections.
Our network of 1500+ oncologists include experts from across India and the US. You can pick an oncologist from any city in India on our website. Alternatively, our care manager can help you find the right cancer expert in India for your type of cancer and stage of treatment in India.
Our oncologists in India have been trained from premier institutions like AIIMS, Tata Memorial and Memorial Sloan Kettering (US). They have more than 10 years of experience in oncology.
An oncologist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment of cancer. There are different types of oncologists like medical oncologists (for chemotherapy), surgical oncologists (for surgeries) and radiation oncologists (for radiation therapy). Different oncologists specialise in the treatment of different types of cancer, depending on the organ where the cancer began.
An oncologist would have completed five years of medical study and obtained a degree (MBBS)
recognised by the General Medical Council, and would also have completed a two year course of medical
training as is mandatory for all doctors. An oncologist would have a further specialisation in one of
the following areas of cancer expertise:
DM - Hematology
DNB - Hematology
FRCPath - Haematology
DM - Oncology
Ph.D. - Medical Oncology
DNB - Medical Oncology
DM - Clinical Haematology
DM - Haematology Pathology/Hematopathology
Fellowship Programme in Orthopedic Oncology
Fellowship in Gynaec Oncology
MCh - Gynaecological Oncology
DM - Medical Oncology
Diplomate in Medical Oncology (American Board of Internal Medicine)
Fellowship in Medical Oncology
FRCR - Clinical Oncology
DNB - Medical Oncology
Junior Residency Training Program (Surgical Oncology)
Training in Surgical Oncology (G.I. Oncology)
DNB - Surgical Gastroenterology
MCh - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery
Senior Residency Training Program (Surgical Oncology)
Fellow (Surgical Oncology)
MCh - Oncology
MCh - Surgical Oncology
DNB - Surgical Oncology
MD - Radiotherapy
DNB - Radiotherapy
PhD - Radiotherapy
Diploma in Radio Therapy
DM - Paediatric Oncology
If you have been diagnosed with cancer, or suspect that you have cancer, you need to visit an oncologist
to receive the right advice.
If you have not been diagnosed with cancer, but would like to be screened for cancer, you can visit an oncologist.
No, you will need to find the right oncologist for your type of cancer. Oncologists specialise
in the treatment of different types of cancer, based on the organ that has been affected.
Additionally, oncologists also specialise in different treatment modalities. Surgical oncologists specialise in performing surgeries, medical oncologists specialise in treatments like chemotherapy and radiation oncologists specialise in radiation therapy.
To find the right oncologist for you, you can use our OCPAP™ service for free, or you can call us for further assistance.
Depending upon your type and stage of cancer, your oncologist will be able to confirm the expected treatment outcomes. They can inform you of the relevant survival rates and the quality of life you can expect after treatment.
It is likely that you will need more than one type of oncologist if your treatment plan includes multiple modalities like surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.