THE INCEPTION

After attending a surgical conference at Mumbai (Bombay) in 1944, the thought of forming a common platform for exchanging scientific views was consolidated in 1946, following the "Ether Day" celebrations in October of that year. With the continued effort of leading Neonatologists of India, the Indian Society of Neonatology was born on 30th December, 1947.

THE INCEPTION

After attending a surgical conference at Mumbai (Bombay) in 1944, the thought of forming a common platform for exchanging scientific views was consolidated in 1946, following the "Ether Day" celebrations in October of that year. With the continued effort of leading Neonatologists of India, the Indian Society of Neonatology was born on 30th December, 1947.

THE INCEPTION

After attending a surgical conference at Mumbai (Bombay) in 1944, the thought of forming a common platform for exchanging scientific views was consolidated in 1946, following the "Ether Day" celebrations in October of that year. With the continued effort of leading Neonatologists of India, the Indian Society of Neonatology was born on 30th December, 1947.

THE INCEPTION

After attending a surgical conference at Mumbai (Bombay) in 1944, the thought of forming a common platform for exchanging scientific views was consolidated in 1946, following the "Ether Day" celebrations in October of that year. With the continued effort of leading Neonatologists of India, the Indian Society of Neonatology was born on 30th December, 1947.

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The team that strives to promote Neonatal care in the country

ranjanpejaver

Dr. Ranjan Pejaver

President

dineshtomar

Dr. Dinesh Tomar

Secretary General

debjani gupta

Dr. Debjani Gupta

State Coordinator

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    A team of like-minded neonatologists who have revolutionised newborn care training and associated programmes in West Bengal

  • Dr. Anup Mangal

    President

  • Dr. Arup Roy

    Vice-President

  • Dr. Sumita Saha

    Secretary

  • Dr. Bhaswati Ghoshal

    Treasurer

  • Dr. Subhendu De

    Jt. Secretary

  • Dr. Debjani Gupta

    President Elect

  • Dr. Arup Roy

    Central NALS, EB Member, (East Zone)

  • Dr. Prasenjit Ghosh

    Immediate Past President

  • Dr. Braja Gopal Ray

    Immediate Past Secretary

  • Dr. Tarak Ghosh

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Debashish Banerjee

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Col. Kartik Rammohan

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Kheya Ghosh Uttam

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Prabir Bhowmik

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Biplab Mukherjee

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Devdeep Mukherjee

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Indu Surana

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Bijan Saha

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Sandip Samanta

    Executive Member

  • Dr. Bholanath Aich

    District Co-ordinator

  • Dr. Gobinda Chandra Das

    Special Invitee

  • Dr. Indranil Roychowdhury

    Special Invitee

  • Dr. Urmila Pillai Ray

    Special Invitee

  • Dr. Vinay Asawa

    Special Invitee

  • Sister Baby Mondal

    Special Invitee

  • Sister Supa Guha

    Special Invitee

  • Dr. Prabhabati Banerjee

    Advisor

  • Dr. Arun Manglik

    Advisor

  • Dr. Asim Mallick

    Advisor

  • Dr. Jaydeb Ray

    Advisor

  • Sister Parul Datta

    Advisor

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National Neonatology Forum (NNF)

National Neonatology Forum (NNF) is a strong and large body of more than 8000 neonatologists across India and abroad. NNF has been actively involved in advocacy, policy making, research and ensuring quality health care to newborn for the last 4 decades.

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Following the doctrine of “newborn health must be recognised as a national priority”, the Neonatology Society, West Bengal has undertaken a community based holistic approach, ensuring availability of basic facilities at the local hospitals with trained nurses and doctors to provide the best care.

Malnutrition being an incessant problem, neonatal death is still quite common in West Bengal. With the motto of decreasing the death rate among neonates, NSWB regularly organises training programmes for nurses, CMEs and workshops for health care professionals, medical camps for children and awareness programmes among the parents.

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Our Constitution

We solemnly pledge to -

  • Encourage and advance the knowledge, study and practice of the science of Neonatology in all possible ways
  • Organise conferences, lectures, meetings, seminars, exhibitions for the promotion of the above objectives
  • Cooperate and affiliate with central NNF and carry out all the directives of the central office
  • Work for the professional support of its members and make guidelines for advocacy and protection of members
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National Neonatology Forum, West Bengal

After attending a surgical conference at Mumbai (Bombay) in 1944, the thought of forming
a common platform for exchanging scientific views was consolidated in 1946, following the
"Ether Day" celebrations in October of that year. With the continued effort of leading
Neonatologists of India, the Indian Society of Neonatology was born on 30th December, 1947.

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NNF Room, IMA House, 53 Creek Row, Kolkata - 7000 014

Call us at

8777359610
(Monday - Saturday: 11am - 5pm)