Dr. Glossy Sabharwal, MD, is a radiologist with acclaimed credentials from India, the US and the UK. Based in Delhi, she currently heads and serves as Director of Radiology at Apollo Spectra Hospital, Jeewanmala Hospital and WISH Diagnostics. Dr. Glossy Sabharwal has distinguished herself in the way she approaches medicine. She focuses on interventional radiology, women’s health, infertility and pregnancy, and preventative health as a means to prosperity. Dr. Glossy Sabharwal believes that good health is a choice, and she wants to empower people on the path to exactly that: a healthy and fit body.
Dr. Glossy Sabharwal
MBBS, GMC, Amritsar
MD, LMH, Nagpur
Clinical & Interventional Radiology
Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist, Fetal Medicine Foundation Certified, UK
Fellow Breast Interventional Imaging, Hartmann Clinic, Paris
Reproductive Health Specialist, Hyderabad
Ex-Jt Secretary IRIA
Exec Member, Society of Fetal Medicine, India
Dr. Glossy’s Story
Dr. Glossy grew up in Amritsar and went to a Convent, co-ed school Saint Francis Convent School in Amritsar. She was an Army child, which meant that her father was often posted away from her mother, sister and her. Her favourite memories are getting up in the early morning and going horse-riding with her father, on his visits home. Her mom remains her closest confidante and her sister and brother in law have been key influencers in her life, from choosing medicine to even her choice of husband! Yes, Ankush had to pass the brother-in-law test!
Dr Glossy went on to study at the prestigious Government Medical College for 5 years where she pursued her MBBS. Following that, she was encouraged to go to the US, and after clearing her medical tests in the US, she landed an externship at the famous Cleveland Clinic. After spending 3 years there, she came back to India to follow her heart, which later became her calling: Radiology. Despite being married, she went to LMH Medical College, Nagpur, received an MD in Clinical and Interventional Radiology, having the distinction of coming first in her college. She then went to Paris for further training under Dr. Luc where she found herself being challenged to grow awareness about breast imaging and early detection of breast cancer.
While it started with radiology, the broader point was service. The way forward was three-fold: to empower women to know that good health was possible for them, to share her keenly developed eye with doctors across fields to help diagnose their patients better, especially as they prepared to go into surgery, and lastly to train other radiologists and grow a beautiful eco-system of doctors, forward and in service of humanity.