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Top Cardiologist in Ahmedabad

Rated one of the best cardiologists in India 

Founding Partner and Director of 191 bed multi-super specialty state-of- the-art “Green Eco-friendly CIMS Hospital“.

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Expert in Angiography & Angioplasty

Dr. Anish Chandarana is considered one of the
best and most ethical cardiologists in Ahmedabad, Gujarat and India.

BEST CARDIOLOGIST INAHMEDABAD

Dr. Anish Chandnarana, Cardiologist at CIMS Hospital

Dr. Anish Chandarana
M.D, D.M (Cardiology), FACC

 

 

Dr. Anish Chandarana is a senior and leading cardiologist in Ahmedabad. 

Born in the historical land of Saurashtra (Gujarat, India) in 1971, followed by career in Ahmedabad, India. His wife (Parvin Chandarana) too, is a renowned Dental Surgeon at CIMS Hospital.

 

MCI certified cardiologist and cardiovascular interventionist by qualification. Dr. Anish Chandarana has been a Clinical cardiologist and cardiovascular interventionist since 1999. Dr. Anish Chandarana pursued his medical studies – MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine) and DM (Cardiology) at Asia famous B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad. He had a brilliant academic career with Gold Medals at almost each level. He attained comprehensive knowledge and skill in Noninvasive as well Interventional Cardiology at the Institute of Cardiology and research Centre, Ahmedabad, India.

 

Dr. Anish Chandarana has an extensive teaching experience. He was an Assistant Professor at the U. N. Mehta Heart Hospital and Institute of cardiology and Research Centre, Ahmedabad, India. He is regarded one of the best teachers and professors by his students. He keeps on teaching students and practicing Doctors to update their knowledge which, in turn, helps the treatment of patients across the country.

 

Dr. Anish Chandarana has participated in several original research projects and many of them have been published in National and International levels in reputed journals. He has received several awards during his student tenure and professional carrier.

 

Dr. Anish Chandaranan has traveled extensively across Gujarat, Rajasthan, MP and other parts of India to create awareness in people about prevention of cardiac disease through lifestyle improvement. To fulfill a social commitment of helping the needy, he has organized many diagnostic and therapeutic camps across the western India.

 

Dr. Anish Chandarana has been a member of Indian Medical Association (IMA), India and a member of the scientific committee of IMA, Ahmedabad, India.

 

 

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