About Dr. Mrugank Gopal Merchant


Graduation-MBBS in 1978 with first class from MSU Baroda, India.
Post Graduation-MS in orthopedics (Board Examination 1984 from MS University, Baroda)


He is Chairman and Director and consultant orthopedic surgeon Shubhechha Multispeciality Hospital.


He has participated in workshops on arthroscopy and Protect workshop on joint replacement.
He had been working for the last 20 years with his father Dr. G V Merchant -senior Orthopedic Surgeon and was running a private 25 bed Hospital which has now become the Shubhechha Multispeciality Hospital with Clean Air operation rooms, trauma unit. ICU, Gynec, labor and Maxillofacial Department.
He has been a Rotary Internation Volunteer and has attended Polio corrective surgical camp at Behraich; UP Has conduct and has perfomed polio corrective surgery camps all over india for the last 8 years.
He founded and help run Dr. C T Mehta Rehab center through the Rotary and also served as its chairman for 6 years. At the time of Latur Earthquake in Maharashtra coordinated and helped setup physiotherapy units for earthquake affected people on a turnkey bases at the behest of vallabh Foundation trust.
He has worked as a Clinical Assistant at Barnsley general hospital in UK.
Surgeries performed in the last 20 years include trauma, pediatric orthopedic and polio reconstructive surgery, joint replacement including elbow and hip joint replacement,Spine Surgery including spinal instrumentation and scoliosis and spondylolythesis correction.


Active Rotarian, served as president of Rotary Club of Baroda. and also served the Rotary International District 3060 As Assistant Governor. District Secretary and International Youth Exchange committee Chairman, District polio plus coordinators and chairmen of polio plus corrective Surgery.
At the recent earthquake in Bhuj, Anjar and Surendranagar, and later worked as coordinator for the Asthma Project to help rebuild nani Matli village in Jamnagar.
He was the Founder president of PTA Rosary High School.

Other Intersts:

Include Indian culture, reading travelling and wildlife conservation.