Hardik Doshi, M.D.

Hardik Doshi, M.D.

Dr. Doshi will be transferring to the Englewood clinic the week of 11/1/21.

Dr. Hardik Doshi completed his medical school in India before pursuing his residency in Neurology at Detroit Medical Center/Wayne-State University. After residency, Dr. Doshi completed a 2-year fellowship in epilepsy with special interest and training in surgical epilepsy including presurgical work-up and critical care EEG monitoring. He is double board certified in Neurology and Epilepsy. Previously, he worked at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, CO where he served as the only board certified Epileptologist for the area between Denver, CO to Albuquerque, NM. There, he also established an Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) which was the only EMU in Southern Colorado.

His area of interest is surgical epilepsy which incorporates a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in medically- refractory epilepsy patients. These may include but not be limited to: epilepsy pre-surgical planning, intra-cranial EEG recording, mapping of eloquent cortex, WADA testing for language and memory, and use of other ancillary tests such as PET, MEG, SPECT, etc. He is a firm believer in ongoing education; therefore, it is not unusual to see him working with medical students and residents. He was recognized for his excellence in teaching by the American Academy of Neurology’s A. B. Baker Teaching Award for the year 2020. Dr. Doshi also serves as reviewer and editor for multiple epilepsy journals.

In his free time, Dr. Doshi enjoys playing the piano, photography, hiking, and chess. He also loves spending time with his rescue dog, Rosie.


Medical School: Smt. NHL Municipal Medical College
Residency: Detroit Medical Center/Wayne-State University
Fellowship: (1) Clinical Neurophysiology: EEG/Epilepsy Track (2) Epilepsy. Both at Detroit Medical Center/Wayne-State University
Board Certifications: Neurology and epilepsy
Areas of Emphasis: Clinical epilepsy, Surgical epilepsy, Epilepsy Monitoring Unit, neurocritical EEG monitoring, ambulatory EEG monitoring