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About Pandit Hospital

In 1992, Dr. Ashok Pandit & his wife Late Dr. Savita Pandit started “Pandit Hospital”, to provide primary care to the people of Bhingar, Ahmednagar. Bhingar was a village where women did not have access to basic hygienic maternity services and the referral tertiary centers were very far away. They were pained to see the shortcoming and soon started maternity services to help women in nearby area.

Their relentless work and care towards people, helped “Pandit Hospital” to emerge as the leading maternity care center in Ahmednagar. In 2015, their son, Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit, after completing his M.S. degree in Obstetrics & Gynecology, joined them to continue the legacy of “Pandit Hospital”.

Gynecologist | Laparoscopy training |Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit | Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in India | Pandit Hospital
Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit

Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit has also done fellowship in Gynecological oncology (Cancer Treatment) and Laparoscopic Endoscopy training from Keil University of Germany. He is now the leading Laparoscopy Surgeon in Maharashtra for gynecological problems such as Hysterectomy, Endometriosis, Cervical & Ovarian Cancers etc.

He has presented many rare and difficult cases in various medical conferences for which he has won many accolades from the National & International fraternity.

He has performed more than 5000 laparoscopic surgeries, including surgeries for cervical & endometrial cancers. He has delivered more than 10,000 babies at various maternity and gynecology hospitals in Maharashtra.

Laparoscopy training |Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit | Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in India | Pandit Hospital 3D Laparoscopy

Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit is amongst the very few surgeons in India who use 3D Laparoscopy technology. He always believes in sharing the knowledge and indirectly helping many other patients by educating young doctors through his training programs.

So far Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit has trained more than 300 gynecologists around India and abroad (UAE, UK & Kenya) in Laparoscopy surgeries for gynecological problems. His continuous efforts to pursue excellence in the field of Gynecological Laparoscopy has helped so many patients around the Ahmednagar and other parts of Maharashtra.

Now, Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit & his wife Dr. Monika H. Pandit (DGO) are continuing the legacy of “Pandit Hospital” by offering IVF facilities (Infertility center) and provide a ray of hope to many married couples who are struggling with conception. They are continuously striving to bring advanced technology in Obstetrics & Gynecology at “Pandit Hospital”. This will definitely help people of Ahmednagar.

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About Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit

Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit | Best Laparoscopic Surgeon in India | Pandit Hospital

Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit

M.B.B.S., M.S. (Ob GY)

Dr. Hrishikesh Pandit is the best Gynecological Laparoscopic Surgeon in Ahmednagar, India. For Consultation, Click below.

• Direction & Owner at Pandit Hospital & Laparoscopy Center, Ahmednagar.
• Consultant Gynecological Endoscopic Surgeon, Ahmednagar.
• Assistant Professor & Gynecological Endoscopic Surgeon at Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Loni, Maharashtra, India.
• Asian Nobel Hospital, Ahmednagar.
• Anandrushiji Medical Trust Hospital, Ahmednagar.
• Snehalay Hospital, Ahmednagar.
• Siddhivinayak Multispecialty Hospital, Ahmednagar.
• Dhanvantari Multispecialty Hospital, Ahmednagar.




Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences


M.S. (Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Rural Medical College, Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences


Fellowship in Ultrasound



Fellowship in Gynecological Oncology

Tata Hospital, Barshi, Solapur


Diploma in Gynecological Endoscopy Surgery

Keil University, Germany



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If your contractions are 5 minutes apart, lasting for 1 minute, for 1 hour or longer, it’s time to head to the hospital.


Doctors recommend an infertility evaluation if you have not gotten pregnant after 1 year of having regular sexual intercourse without using birth control. If you are older than 35, an evaluation is recommended after 6 months of trying.

Yes, You can. But most babies need 39 weeks to develop fully. Induced or planned delivery before that time—without a valid medical reason—is not in the best interest of the baby or the mother. After 39 weeks you can plan delivery.

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Laparoscopic hysterectomy is a safe and suitable procedure for chosen patients. It affords patients advantages like less peri-operative morbidity, better life quality, shorter hospitalization time, and faster return to activity.

Schedule a doctor’s visit if you have: Greenish, yellowish, thick or cheesy vaginal discharge; Strong vaginal odor; Redness, itching, burning or irritation of your vagina or the area of skin that surrounds the vagina and urethra (vulva); Bleeding or spotting unrelated to your period.

Painless delivery can be achieved using a form of regional anesthesia that provides pain relief during natural labor. Epidural anesthesia is administered through an injection on the lower back of the mother. The drug takes about 10-15 minutes to take effect.

Even in severe cases of endometriosis, most can be treated with laparoscopic surgery. In laparoscopic surgery, your surgeon inserts a slender viewing instrument (laparoscope) through a small incision near your navel and inserts instruments to remove endometrial tissue through another small incision.

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