Dr. Ankit Gupta

Consultant - Neonatology & NICU Paediatrics



More than 10 years of experience in pediatrics and neonatology

Experienced in managing extreme preterms including nano preemies and various other critical medical and surgical newborn conditions

Well trained at premier medical institutes in Delhi and abroad at Oxford.

Dr. Ankit is practicing as Consultant in neonatology and NICU with more than 10 years’ experience in Pediatrics and neonatology. Well trained at premier Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi, he pursued higher neonatal training at BL Kapur Hospital, Delhi and abroad at Oxford University Hospitals NHS trust, UK. He is well versed in various neonatal procedures including LISA, central lines, chest drains, therapeutic hypothermia, CFM monitoring and advanced mode of ventilation like HFOV and use of nitric. He is capable of managing extreme preterms including nano preemies and various other medical and surgical newborn cases. As part of SONET regional transport team at Oxford, he has done independent planned/ unplanned neonatal transfers including time critical ones.

Medical Qualifications

Neonatology FellowshipOxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK2022
NNF clinical fellowship Neonatology   BL Kapur Hospital Delhi2020
MD Pediatrics ( Gold Medal)Maulana Azad medical college Delhi.2015
M.B.B.SUCMS and GTB Hospital, Delhi2009

Specialization and Expertise

  • Neonatal intensive care
  •   Neonatal transport

Memberships & Certifications

  • Life Member NNF - DEL/L-8063
  • Associate member RCPCH - 321275

Awards & Accomplishments

  • Silver Medal ( Institute Award) in Pediatrics in MBBS- Part II, 2009 for second highest marks.
  • Dr Manoj Kumar Memorial Award, Gold Medal (Institute Award) for best PG 3rd Year student in Pediatrics for year 2014.
  • Reported for excellent care/service on an unplanned neonatal transport by ' The Reporting Excellence Core Team' , Oxford
  • Annual staff recognition award, 2021, Oxford University Hospital NHS trust


  • Pulse Oximetry Screening To Detect Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease in sick neonates in a Neonatal Intensive care Unit. Mathur NB, Gupta A, Kurien S. Indian Pedatric. 2015 Sep;52(9):769-72. PMID: 26519711( Indexed for MEDLINE) :   1,
  • Complexities of pyridoxine response in PNPO deficiency. Farmania R, Gupta A, Ankur K, Chetry S, Sharma S. Epilepsy and Behavior Reports. 2021 (16): 100443 :   2,
  • A missed case of abdominal distension in a neonate. Gupta A, Ankur A, Jain P, Prasad A, Prasad A, Chetry S. Neoreviews (2022) 23(7): e504-06 :   3,
  •  Co-authored a chapter on perinatal asphyxia in Neoclips – Handbook of neonatal clinical practices, 2022. :   4,