Dr. Pankaj Jain MD, F.A.A.P, F.A.C.C, is a compassionate physician, visionary entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is a double board-certified Pediatrician, Pediatric Cardiologist, and a Cofounder and Chief Medical Advisor of Rovicare.
Dr. Jain has an extensive experience in medical field working in multiple countries (India, U.A.E., Canada and US) for over 20 years, which makes him a distinguished physician. He graduated from the B.J medical college in Pune, India and earned a double MD degree in Pediatrics from King George’s Medical University in India and from New York Medical College in New York, NY. He completed his Pediatric Cardiology fellowship at Mazenkowaski Heart Institute/Stollery Children’s hospital in Alberta, Canada. He experienced the medical needs of patients from different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds including transition of care. He remains committed to continuous improvement of medicine and is published multiple times including in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Jain has delivered research presentations at various national and international conferences.
Dr. Jain is an emerging entrepreneur, and gained valuable experience in business by investing in multiple small businesses and startups. Additionally, he provides advice in his family’s overseas business operations, now in its third generation of business. Dr. Jain is humanitarian, committed to uplifting society. He is involved with multiple non-government organizations (NGOs) and charitable organizations. He is a board member of Pratham, an NGO that provides education to underprivileged children in India. He also participates in multiple charity health camps to provide awareness and medical care to unprivileged society.
Dr. Jain is well-respected in his community; he is not only known for his unparallel professional background but also for being an honest, hardworking family man. Dr. Jain is not only committed to excellent acute patient care but also ensures safe discharge planning. He makes medicine more approachable, easily accessible and people-oriented throughout his research, community awareness and education.