- 3971Diagnostic coronary angiograms.
- 786 Coronary PCI.
- 1900 cases through the radial approach.
FELLOWSHIP OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM.
AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL COUNCIL CERTIFICATE.
Rank order 2 / 249.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of surgery.
Clinical and Interventional Cardiologist at WA Cardiology, Perth, Australia. I have admitting and procedural rights at the Mount Hospital and St John of God Murdoch and Bunbury hospitals, and regularly perform coronary angiography, left and right heart catheterization, complex coronary interventions including bifurcation lesions, rotational atherectomy, ostial lesions, and vein graft interventions. I also have an interest in structural heart interventions including Patent Foramen Ovale closure, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation, and Left Atrial Appendage Closure.
I also maintain an avid interest in echocardiography, and I am responsible for the sonographer teaching and echocardiography quality program at WA Cardiology.
VGH is a Major tertiary referral center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This fellowship offers excellent exposure to a great variety of complex coronary and structural cardiac interventions, including ostial, bifurcation, vein graft, and calcified lesions.
In my fellowship, I got the opportunity of regular use of FFR, OCT, and IVUS through both radial and femoral approaches as well as CTO interventions, and structural procedures including PFO closure and transcatheter aortic valve implantation(TAVI).
GCUH is a major teaching and referral center for cardiology in southeast Queensland, Australia. My training includes working in a busy cardiac catheterization laboratory, assisting in PCI, regular reporting and scanning sessions in the echocardiography laboratory, and weekly training in exercise and dobutamine stress echocardiography.
The Prince Charles Hospital is the major quaternary, referral cardiac center in the state of Queensland. The first rotation is in the Echocardiography laboratory, which is a great learning experience in the largest echocardiography laboratory in Australia. The rotation offers a superb exposure to all modalities of echocardiography including stress echo, contrast, and strain imaging. The second rotation is in the electrophysiology department. The rotation provides a wealth of training in the management of arrhythmias in a complex quaternary center.
My first rotation was in cardiac imaging where I had an excellent exposure to cardiac computed tomography and cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
My second rotation was in the cardiac catheterization laboratory, which provided me with a vast experience in right and left heart catheterization.
My training included working in a busy cardiac catheterization laboratory, assisting in PCI, and exposure to FFR, OCT, and IVUS.
As senior registrar for my program, I was responsible for providing leadership and support to junior medical of cars, managing the roster, cover arrangement, and organizing department meetings.
First-year cardiology advanced trainee at The Gold Coast University Hospital. Rotations included Catheterization laboratory, heart failure, and general cardiology.
A great experience in managing complex cardiac presentations in the main cardiology referral center of Queensland.
John Hunter Hospital is a major tertiary and referral center in New South Wales, Australia.
I provided medical care to underprivileged communities on the Egyptian-Israeli borders during my community service.
I completed two audits
Director of the catheterization laboratory, Vancouver General Hospital.
Mayne Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland.
Senior cardiologist, The Prince Charles Hospital.
Professor of Medicine, Griffith University
Senior Cardiologist, The Prince Charles Hospital