He has been the HOD and ICU Director at the Park Group of Hospitals, Haryana, between 2015 and 2021. He served as a senior visiting consultant at Fortis-C DOC Hospital between 2013 and 2014 and at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals between 2005 and 2008. He has been the director at the Pain Clinic in Kalkaji, New Delhi.

Dr Davinder is a consultant with various top-tier hospitals and nursing homes as a “specialist consultant” (Critical Care Specialist, Chest and Pain Specialist) in private practice, working with leading doctors of various surgical and nonsurgical specialities. He has handled anaesthesia and anaesthetic aspects (general, regional, and nerve blocks) in multiple sorts of surgeries (cardiac, neuro, orthopaedic, plastic, paediatric, geriatric, gynaecology, general surgery, urology, etc.). Management in ICUs and ICCUs has been his passion, where he has primarily handled all types of ventilators and other ICU equipment. He has expertise in central lines, subclavian, jugular, etc., and arterial and other vascular cannulations.

He specialises in treating tetanus, acute and chronic organic pain, and joint pain. He has successfully conducted several painless labours (epidural, TENS, and NMS) in patients for many obstetricians of reputation. He has been successfully practising all the finer and newer advances in anaesthesia, critical care, chest medicine, and pain management for decades.

As a CRITICAL CARE SPECIALIST (for rescues), he has been rescuing and shifting critical patients to and from worldwide. He has handled patients on ventilators with all sorts of physiological derangements on air and surface ambulances. He is also very well-versed in the management of critical aspects of aviation. He is a PAIN SPECIALIST who runs three specialised advanced pain care centres to treat joint pains, neuralgias, phantom limbs, and other conditions.

As a senior research fellow at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India, he was resident in charge of the communicable diseases ward. He was looking after the tetanus patients along with other fellows. He has done ICU-based research on human tetanus immunoglobulins. As an SHO (anaesthesia and general medicine), he has spent six months in each speciality as a resident and was responsible for six ICU beds and th