About Us

DR. MS Bedi is a Surgical Gastroenterologist in Tricity with vast experience of 18 years. Dr. Bedi is a surgeon specializing in surgery of the Liver, Pancreas, gall bladder, biliary tree, esophagus, gastrointestinal, bariatric, and laparoscopic surgery. He specializes in dealing with both cancerous and non-cancerous diseases of the digestive system. He has been associated with many institutes of national and international fame. He has three fellowships to his credit.

He was also awarded as “Best young investigator award” at the international conference of Pancreas for his research work in Pancreatic surgery in 2011.


MBBSMedical College, Amritsar under Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar1993
MS (General Surgery)Medical College, Amritsar under Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar1998
DNB (General Surgery)National Board of Education, New Delhi2000
DNB (Surgical Gastroenterology)Lakeshore Hospital and Research Centre, Cochin under National Board of Education, New Delhi2009
Fellow liver and liver transplant surgeryAsan Medical Centre, Seoul, South Korea2009-2010
Fellow ACRSIAssociation of Colorectal Surgeons of India2010
Fellow Minimal Access Surgeons(FMAS)Minimal Access Surgeons of India2010

Special Training Courses

  • Advanced laparoscopic surgery training course at GEM Hospital, Coimbatore – 2002.
  • Bariatric surgery training course at J&J center, Pune and Mumbai
  • Vascular surgery training course at J&J Centre, New Delhi.

Awards and Achievements:

YearConference/EventAwardTitle of Presentation/Poster/Chapter
2009Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG), MumbaiSecond prize for paper presentationPancreaticogastrostomy versus pancreaticojejunostomy following pancreaticoduodenectomy – Randomised control trial
2009IASG, MumbaiBest poster awardHas TACE made any difference in the management of HCC – A retrospective analysis
2009IASG, MumbaiBest poster awardAnalysis of outcome of 400 cases of chronic pancreatitis after surgery
2010IASG, HyderabadSecond prize for paper presentationImprovement in Endocrine and Exocrine function after surgery for chronic pancreatitis – prospective case study
2011International Pancreas Conference, United StatesBest young investigator awardPancreaticogastrostomy versus pancreaticojejunostomy following pancreaticoduodenectomy – Randomised control trial
20XXECAB Clinical update: Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Book ChapterN/ASurgery for gallbladder Cancer


  • Case report and review of literature of Primary GI Lymphoma in Indian Journal of Coloproctology in March 1999.
  • Post-surgical zygomatic necrotizing subcutaneous infection caused by Absidia corymbifera- Clinical dermatology, 2003, 28, 251-253.
  • Boerhaave’s syndrome – case report and literature review – Indian journal of Thoracic and cardiovascular surgery 2004; 20: 111-112.
  • CA 19-9 to differentiate benign and malignant masses in chronic pancreatitis: is there any benefit? – Indian J Gastroenterol. 2009 Jan-Feb;28(1):24-7. Epub 2009 Jun 6.
  • Peri-operative outcomes for pancreatoduodenectomy in India: a multi-centric study. – HPB (Oxford). 2009 Dec;11(8):638-44.
  • Early oral feeding after major digestive surgery.- Ann Surg. 2008 Dec;248(6):1108-9; author reply 1109-10
  • Impact of margin width on outcome after resection of colorectal liver metastases.- Ann Surg. 2008 May;247(5):905; author reply 905-6.
  • Extent of mesorectal tumor invasion as a prognostic factor after curative surgery for T3 rectal cancer patients. – Ann Surg. 2006 Nov;244(5):835-6; author reply 836
  • Review article on “Surgical Treatment of Carcinoma esophagus”- Journal of Kerala association of surgical gastroenterologists”, 2008.
  • “Carcinoma GE junction”- A Review, Journal of Indian association of surgical oncologist – Applied for Publication
  • “Intussusceptions due to ileal metastasis from renal cell carcinoma- A case report. Tropical Gastroenterology 2007: 28:35-6.
  • ECAB Clinical update: Gastroenterology / Hepatology. Book Chapter “Surgery for gall bladder Cancer”.
  • Perioperative outcome of pancreaticoduodenecctomy in India : Multicentric study. Parul J. Shukla1, Savio G. Barreto1, M.M.S. Bedi2, N. Bheerappa3, Adarsh Chaudhary4, M.D. Gandhi2, M. Jacob2, S. Jesvanth5, D.G. Kannan5, Vinay K. Kapoor6, A. Kumar6, K.K. Maudar7, Hariharan Ramesh2, R.A. Sastry3,Rajan Saxena6, Ajit Sewkani7, S. Sharma7, Shailesh V. Shrikhande1, A. Singh4, Rajneesh K. Singh6, R. Surendran5, Subodh Varshney7, V. Verma3 & V. Vimalraj5 HPB 2009, 11, 638–644