Dr. Parthajit Das

Director & Consultant Rheumatologist and Physician
  • Address Info :
    DD – 35 , Sector – 1 Salt Lake, Kolkata – 64


MD, FRCP (London) FRCP (Edinburgh)
MRCP (Rheumatology)
MSC (Sports Medicine), CCST (UK)
Consultant Rheumatologist and Physician
Registration no – WBMC 56612
Joint And Bone Care Hospital (currently working)
DD – 35 , Sector – 1 Salt Lake, Kolkata – 64
Contact No. (033) 46018095 / 40052707 / 9330893900
Email id : jbchkolkata@gmail.com / care2care@jbchrpl.com

Dr Parthajit Das is a consultant rheumatologists and physician with an extensive experience in the management of rheumatological & musculoskeletal health conditions. His special interest is in inflammatory arthritis, axial spondyloarthropathy , connective tissue diseases, metabolic bone disease and sports medicine.
Following completion of undergraduate (MBBS) and post graduate training (MD in internal medicine) in India he went to United Kingdom for specialist training in rheumatology and internal medicine. He was awarded the certificate of completion of specialist training CCT-Rheumatology (UK) by the Postgraduate Medical Education & Training Board of the UK. He obtained MRCP (UK) from the Royal College of Physicians of UK and was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh (FRCP) in 2017. In addition he also undertook MSc-Sports and exercise medicine from the University of Nottingham. He has worked as a consultant rheumatologist in the Kings College Hospital in London and Kettering General Hospital, UK before taking up his current position at RK Mission Sevapratisthan Hospital in Kolkata and now he is associated with Joint and Bone Care Hospital at Salt Lake in Kolkata.
He has been an invited speaker at several national and international rheumatology meetings and was a principal investigator for several trials of therapies inflammatory arthritis. He has published his work widely in several peer-reviewed and international journals and has co-authored a chapter on “Muscle pain” (Chapter 68) in the ‘Oxford Textbook of Medicine. He has extensive teaching experience and was nominated as an honorary lecturer in the University of Leicester. He is also an examiner for the MRCP examinations held in United Kingdom and India.