Manish kumar Mishra, MBBS serves as General Practitioner with personal experience of substance use disorder.
Manish kumar Mishra, MBBS received his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from Guangzhou Medical University in 2018. During his medical studies, Manish experienced how substance abuse and addiction impact human lives. He has worked in several treatment settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and emergency ambulatory hospital settings. His roles include supervising patient care and planning, implementing and directing clinical services. He has personal and professional experience working with patients suffering from addictions in residential and outpatient settings derived from the use of anxiolytics and painkillers. He has also provided therapeutic services to patients who were addicted to drugs and alcohol as well as patients in recovery from addiction.
Mishra is currently practicing medicine on an outpatient basis with adults and adolescents, many of whom suffer from addiction. In his role as Medical Reviewer for Ark National LLC, Mishra works to provide accurate, authoritative information to those seeking help for substance abuse and behavioral health issues.
ER House Officer : August 2019- March 2020 in B.P Koirala institite of health sciences, Dharan, Nepal.
Chief Medical Officer: March 2020- march 2021 in Primary Health Center, Lalbandi, MOHP,Nepal.
Medical Officer: April 2021- November 2021 in Suvekchy International Hospital & Research Center, kathmandu, Nepal.
Covid-19 Rapid Response Team Incharge: May 2021- December 2021 in Lalitpur Metropolitan City Covid -19 isolation and treatment center, Lalitpur, Nepal
MBBS: 2018, Guangzhou Medical University, Guangzhou, China.
ER and Surgical Residency: July 2017- July 2018 in The 3rd affiliated hospital of Guangzhou Medical University and Cardio Thoracic Center.
Intermediate B.S., Science: Diploma received 2010 from Himalayan White House International College, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal.
“Not only can you have a new life when you seek addiction treatment, but you can improve it 100%. Addiction not only affects your health but other social areas of life: family, work, security. Treatment is the alternative to staying in the problem. And education is the key to fighting addiction!”