alexa Obesity Surgery Society of India

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Obesity Surgery Society of India

OSSI is a non-profit organization it is a member based body of bariatric surgeons in India. In 2002 Dr. Shrihari Dhorepatil, himself a well-known bariatric surgeon put forth the idea of creating an association of bariatric surgeons in India that could bring them together on a national platform and serve to assimilate their knowledge and experiences for the development of bariatric treatments in India. Obesity Surgery Society of India (OSSI) was formed in September 2002 with Dr Shrihari Dhorepatil as its Founder President. As a scientific organization, it brings together other clinical experts such as Anesthesiologists, Endocrinologists, Psychiatrists, Dieticians, Nurses etc also within its ambit for the cause of treating morbidly obese patients. OSSI aims to support its members in traits directly related to their profession, to optimize outcomes of treatments offered to severely obese patients. OSSI activities are focused on skill enhancement, information exchange and knowledge sharing on surgical treatments for severely obese patients. It helps present new techniques, research, concepts to its members, who are experts in the field. OSSI today organizes member meetings twice a year to facilitate networking, learning and knowledge sharing amongst its members. OSSI activities are focused on skill enhancement, information exchange and knowledge sharing on surgical treatments for severely obese patients. It helps present new techniques, research, concepts to its members, who are experts in the field. OSSI today arranges member meetings twice a year to ease networking, learning and knowledge sharing amongst its members. Since its commencement, OSSI continues to receive guidance from its valued past office bearers and members

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