Blood Bank

About the Department

Narayana Hrudayalaya Blood Bank is a part of Narayana Health Hospitals, situated in the wonderful city of Bangalore. Blood Bank is doing its services from 2001. Blood bank collects beyond 30,000 blood units every year for the needy patients predominantly cardiac surgeries, cancer related surgeries and transplants. Dept supports thalassemia and hemophilia patients who require blood transfusion regularly. Blood bank is one of the NABH recognized blood bank. Blood bank does 100% component separation for the maximum utilization of blood product.

Highlights of the Department

  • Narayana Hrudayalaya Blood Bank is totally dedicated and committed to provide affordable Blood Transfusion Services to the masses, giving priority on safety and quality in Transfusion Services.
  • Narayana Hrudayalaya Blood Bank is a RBTC (Regional Blood Transfusion Centre)
  • Department is committed and working towards 100% voluntary Blood donation

Staff

Consultant

Name :-Dr. Prathip Kumar BR

Designation :-Consultant Stem cell dept and Transfusion Medicine

Qualification :- MD

About Dr. Prathip Kumar BR

Dr. Prathip Kumar BR is consultant Stem cell dept and Transfusion Medicine. He did MD in Transfusion Medicine from Armed forces Medical College, Pune. He was awarded Vice Chancellor’s certificate of merit from MUHS. He is trained at NIIH, Mumbai. He is currently extending his support in Transfusion services at NH Health city, Stem cell Transplant, stem cell research and Molecular Hematology. He has presented papers in professional meetings and has research papers in peer reviewed journals..

Areas of expertise and interest

  • Stem Cell Transplantation
  • HLA
  • Haplo Transplant

 

Name :-Dr Girish CJ

Designation :-Consultant Blood Bank

Qualification :-MBBS, MD

About Dr Girish CJ

Dr Girish CJ is MBBS from KIMS Hubli, MD pathology from BMRCI Bangalore. He has vast experience in the field of Transfusion Medicine and as worked as Associate professor For > 3 years in Shimogga Institute Of Medical Sciences.