Dr. Kiran Arora

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Specialty: Kidney – Reproductive System

Hospital: Artemis Hospital, Delhi

Designation: Sr. Consultant
Specialty: Reproductive Medicine
Location: Gurugram
Nationality: Indian
Languages Spoken: English, Hindi
Gender: Female

• MD (Obs and Gynae) FRCOG
• Medical School:Maulana Azad Medical College 1991
• Post Graduate Programs: MD Lady Hardinge Medical College 1997
• Graduate Programs: MBBS

Brief Profile:
Dr Kiran Arora has over 20 years’ experience in managing infertile couples.She has dealt with several thousand pregnancies and her expertise lies in successfully handling complicated cases of repeated IVF failures, donor egg treatment and surrogacy.She is a qualified professional with international exposure and vast experience.Dr Kiran Arora spent more than 8 years in the UK, acquiring advanced skills in her specialty from some of the best infertility centres in England including Newcastle Fertility Centre, and successfully treating several infertile couples.
She was awarded membership of the Royal College of Obs and Gynae (MRCOG) in 2004.
She was appointed as the Lead Infertility Consultant by Bourn Hall Clinic (UK) to head their clinic in Gurgaon. Bourn Hall Clinic (UK) is widely recognized as theCentre with the record of producing world’s first IVF baby.
Dr Kiran Arora has keen interest in researchand has published work in infertility in several medical journalsincluding ‘Fertility and Sterility’. Currently too, she is involved in research work and is a mentor (Thesis Guide) in the DNB Programmeat Artemis Hospital.
Recently she was awarded FRCOG (Fellowship of the Royal College of Obs and Gynae) UK (2018) in recognition of her continuous contribution in the field of Obs and Gynae and Infertility.

• Royal College of Obs and Gynae (MRCOG)
• Federation of Obs and Gynae Societies of India (FOGSI)

Honors & Awards:
Gold Medal (MD programme) – Delhi University

Clinical Focus:
• Unexplained Infertility
• Male infertility
• Recurrent IVF failures
• Donor egg treatment
• Surrogacy
• Recurrent miscarriages
• High risk Pregnancy care

• Laparoscopic surgeries
• Hysteroscopic surgeries
• Vaginal deliveries
• Assisted deliveries
• Caesarean Section