Doctor Details

Dr. S. Vidya Nair
  • Name
    Dr. S. Vidya Nair
  • Address
    Sarvodaya Hospital Research Centre Sector 8, Sarvodaya Hospital Sector 19
  • Designation
    Senior Consultant - Pulmonology
  • Department

Dr. S. Vidya Nair

Dr. S. Vidya Nair

MBBS, DTCD, DNB Pulmonary Medicine Consultant, Pulmonary medicine


Keen interest and skilled in interventional pulmonology including diagnostic procedures like CP-  EBUS, Radial EBUS and medical thoracoscopy as well as tracheal and bronchial stenting, cautery and foreign body removal.


  1. DNB Pulmonary Medicine :  1/1/2010-31/12/2011in  Metro Centre for Respiratory Diseases (under Diplomate National Board)
  2. DTCD :  1/5/2007-30/4/2009 at  Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute (University of Delhi
  3. M. B. B. S  : 18/8/2000-31/12/2005 at  Lady Hardinge Medical College (University of Delhi)


  1. Worked as Consultant Pulmonologist and Critical care in MCRD, Metro Multispecialty & heart institute for 3 years(2013-2016)
  2. Worked as ICU Incharge &Consultant Pulmonologist in Deccan Hospital, Hyderabad (2012-2013)
  3. Worked as junior consultant for an year in MCRD, metro multispecialty hospital (2011-2012)

Other Information

Languages spoken:

Hindi, English

Research and Publications :

  1. Shah A, Panjabi C, Nair V, Chaudhry R, Thukral SS. Veillonella as a cause of chronic anaerobic pneumonitis. Int J Infect Dis 2008;12:e115-e117
  2. Poster Presentation in IMPACT 2010 annual International Conference In Pulmonary Medicine Organised by Cipla, on “Role of Bronchial Artery Embolization in Patients of Moderate to Severe Haemoptysis” Singapore
  3. Poster Presentation in International Society of Critical Care Medicine(ISCCM) on “ New- onset seizure in RICU – A North Indian Clinic experience”  in March 2012, Brussels, Belgium
  4. Jha O, Nair V, Talwar D. Dissemination of tuberculosis after biopsy of primary tubercular prostate: a case report. Egypt J Intern Med 2015;27:123-6
  5. Periwal P, Khanna A, Nair V, Talwar D. Pulmonary embolism as the primary presenting feature of nephrotic syndrome. J Assoc Chest Physicians 2016;4:15-7
  6. Nair V, Prajapat D, Talwar D. Sarcoidosis and multiple myeloma: Concurrent presentation of an unusual association. Lung India 2016;33:75-8
  7. Jha O, Nair V, Talwar D. Hemorrhagic sarcoid pleural effusion -a rare entity : a case report. Lung India 2016;33:532-6