Cardiology is the subspeciality under medicine that is the study and treatment of heart and blood vascular problems.
At HMS Al Garhoud Hospital, which is home to some of Dubai's best cardiologists, combines the extensive skills and experience of its multidisciplinary team to treat conditions of the heart, lungs, and chest, with specialists focussed on cardiology, interventional cath lab procedures, cardiothoracic surgery, and vascular surgery.
Our Cardiology Units are first-class facilities staffed by a team of consultants, specialist Cardiologists, and the best Cardiologists in Dubai from different areas of cardiology. This unit provides innovative services involving the latest diagnostic and therapeutic tools and high-quality service for patients with suspected cardiac disease.
We provide a wide range of diagnostic, invasive, and non-invasive procedures under the meticulous supervision of qualified and experienced specialist cardiologists in Dubai. The facilities available are a state-of-the-art invasive cath-lab for coronary and other interventions, non-invasive cardiac assessment including echocardiography (trans-thoracic & trans-esophageal), 24-hour ECG monitoring, 24-hour ambulatory BP monitoring, and CT coronary angiography. Also, the cardiology department provides a cardiology check-up program.
We have the best cardiologists in Dubai at HMS Al Garhoud Hospital Dubai to provide you with innovative services combining the most up-to-date diagnostic and treatment techniques, as well as high-quality care for patients with suspected heart disease.
Dr. Mohamad Hamed Asmi- Dr. Mohamad Hamed Asmi is Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at HMS Al Garhoud Hospital Specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels.
Dr. Upendra Shah- Dr. Upendra Shah is a Specialist Interventional Cardiologist research interests include simple and complex lesion coronary angioplasty, multivessel and left main coronary angioplasty, coronary angioplasty in patients with poor LV function, and coronary angioplasty during an acute myocardial infarction.
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