Emergency Hospital Hyderabad



Dr. Parinitha Gutha

Paediatric Oncologist

Dr. Parinitha has 11years of experience with expertise in childrens blood disorders and cancers. She is highly qualified having structured training from reputed institutes in the UK.


Dr. Parinitha is highly qualified having structured training from reputed institutes in India and the U.K.

MBBS (Osmania Medical College)
Fellowship in Paediatric Haematology/Oncology, Royal Marsden Hospital, London
She has graduated from Osmania Medical College.
She has done postgraduate training in Paediatrics in the U.K. for 3years and obtained MRCPCH.
She has then underwent a structured higher Specialist training program for 5years in various Paediatric subspecialties in the U.K. leading to CCT.
Her area of interest is curable malignancies, Thalassemias.

Dr. Parinitha gained experience in Paediatric Oncology, Haematology, intensive care and Bone Marrow Transplantation from leading institutes like Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children which is one of the best and oldest Children’s hospitals in the World, Royal Marsden Hospital which is one of the World’s oldest Cancer Institutes.

She returned to India in 2013 with a vision to improve the standards of care for children suffering from blood disorders and cancers.

She has helped in improving the level of care immensely and incorporated up-to date evidence in treating many children with various cancers and blood disorders with good results.

She successfully set up state of the art comprehensive care services for children with Thalassemias which is one of its kind in India.

In India

  • Dr. Parinitha have set up and have been managing multidisciplinary services for children with bleeding disorders and Thalassemias.
  • Dr. Parinitha has been a part of the organizing team for National Conferences- PHOCON 2016 and Haematocon 2014.
  • Dr. Parinitha has organized a national workshop on Paediatric Leukaemias.

Mentor – for DNB thesis on “Iron Quantification by MRI in Thalassemia” – (On going).

Dr. Parinitha had been actively involved in recruiting patients for clinical trials during her training at the Royal Marsden Hospital.