A Woman’s mental health and overall health is a critical determinant of a family and society’s well-being. The patterns of …
Dr. Vikrant Mittal
Founder & Principal Psychiatrist, Physicians Oasis Health
MBBS University of Mumbai, India
M.D. Chief Resident Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, USA
M.D. Psychiatry internship, Tufts University, USA
Master of Health Science (MHS) hospital administration, health finance and management, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
Board certified psychiatrist & Diplomate American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), USA
Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (FAPA), USA
Fellow of American College of Health Care Executives (FACHE), USA
Our Clinical Psychologist
Ms. Swati Hans
BA, MA, M.Phil. (Psychology, RML Hospital),PhD (Pursuing)
Ms. Nandini Shukla
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
BA, MA, M.Phil. (Psychology, RML Hospital)
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Dr. MIttal and his office have been a joy to work with. They are always available with a quick response and have ensured that my care continues through international moves, pandemics, and lock downs!
When I went to Dr mittal I was a basket case suffering the most terrible panic attacks .He treated me expertly and with his gentle ministrations I recovered quickly. He is the best psychiatrist in south delhi i have ever encountered and believe me I have gone to a lot
Dr. Mittal is a best psychiatrist, I have ever met. His diagnosis is accurate and helpful.
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I had anxiety and was not able to sleep since last two weeks.
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Thank you Dr. Mittal for your help in this time of Covid 19. Thanks a ton.
Dr Mittal is compassionate and attentive to a person's needs. He has a really calming influence and seeks a pragmatic approach. He is the most sought out psychiatrist because of his ability to relate to patients.
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