Webinar: Monday, 30 October 2023, 7:00 PM

Practical approaches to the management of GERD

Specialist Forum is delighted to invite you to a free, one-hour CPD-accredited webinar hosted by Dr Imraan Sardiwalla, Consultant Surgeon Hepatobiliary Unit and Consultant Surgeon Hepatobiliary Unit, Gauteng Department of Health.

This webinar is sponsored by Adcock Ingram in the interest of education, awareness, and support. The content and opinions expressed are entirely the speakers’ own work and not influenced by Adcock in any way.

This webinar is accredited for one (1) CPD point and is intended for healthcare professionals practicing in South Africa.

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Presented by
Conrad Strydom

Conrad Strydom

  • Editor: Medical Academic
Dr Imraan Sardiwalla

Dr Imraan Sardiwalla

  • Consultant Surgeon / Gastroenterology

Dr Sardiwalla is a distinguished medical professional with a diverse and accomplished career in the field of medicine. He embarked on his academic journey at the University of the Witwatersrand, where he completed his undergraduate studies, earning his MBBCh degree in 2010.

Dr Sardiwalla's commitment to his medical calling led him to two years of intensive internship at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, where he gained invaluable hands-on experience in various medical disciplines. Following this, he dedicated himself to community service at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital, providing healthcare to those in need and further honing his clinical skills.

Continuing his pursuit of medical excellence, Dr Sardiwalla embarked on a rigorous residency programme at Sefako Makgatho University (Tshwane) and Dr George Mukhari Hospital (Garankuwa). During this period, he developed a deep understanding of the complexities of medical practice and patient care.

Dr Sardiwalla's passion for surgery and gastrointestinal (GI) health led him to pursue specialised training. He completed a Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) fellowship at Sefako Makgatho University and the University of the Witwatersrand, specifically at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. This fellowship equipped him with advanced knowledge and skills in the field of HPB surgery.

Further expanding his expertise, Dr Sardiwalla undertook a Laparoscopic GI Fellowship in Coimbatore (India) under the mentorship of Prof C Palanivelu. This experience provided him with specialised training in minimally invasive surgical techniques, which have become increasingly important in modern healthcare.

Currently, Dr Imraan Sardiwalla is an integral part of the HPB unit, where he applies his extensive knowledge and experience to provide high-quality care to patients. His keen interest in laparoscopic surgery reflects his commitment to staying at the forefront of medical advancements.

Moreover, he maintains a strong focus on GI oncology, encompassing upper GI and colorectal cases, demonstrating his dedication to addressing complex medical challenges.

Dr Sardiwalla's remarkable journey in the field of medicine exemplifies his unwavering dedication to patient well-being and his continuous pursuit of excellence in healthcare. His passion for improving the lives of those he serves makes him a respected and admired figure in the medical community.

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