Dr Nikhil Raheja is an experienced Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist from Delhi spearheading two inpatient facilities National Institute of Psychiatry and HCR Institute located in Dwarka thus carrying forward the legacy handed down to him from his father. In addition to this, Dr Raheja has an established practice at Karol Bagh and New Rajinder Nagar where he provides quality services in Psychiatry which can be availed of with a prior appointment.
Dr Nikhil Raheja is the son of renowned Psychiatrist Dr H C Raheja who realized his dream of providing inpatient psychiatric and deaddiction services in the form of Raheja Nursing Home, and later National Institute of Psychiatry. Inspired by his father, Dr Nikhil Raheja too resolved to make a career in Psychiatry thereby accomplishing MBBS from Jodhpur University in 1999 and later DPM from a reputed institute in Mumbai. He inherited his father’s passion to provide compassionate and high-level care and treatment to persons afflicted with psychiatric illness and substance abuse/dependence. This finally culminated in the opening of HCR Institute, a residential facility where persons with any kind of mental illness or substance-related problems can seek admission for treatment and rehabilitation services at affordable costs.
Dr Nikhil Raheja takes forward the legacy started by his father in 1968 to the next level. He has fueled his energies to realize the common goal of caring for the mentally ill with wholehearted dedication and determination through the support of his team of fully trained and experienced professionals. He ardently seeks to make positive changes in the society in the sphere of mental health through his years of practice in psychiatric medicine and awareness programs with television and newspaper as a medium of communication. He endeavours to alleviate the suffering of psychiatric patients and their families to enable them to lead better, richer and more satisfying lives. To put things in a nutshell, Dr Raheja’s clinical practice revolves around the motto “We serve…because…we care…” [shrink]