Vatsal Ladia, M.D.

Vatsal Ladia, M.D.

When selecting your career path, how did you come to decide on electrophysiology (EP)? 

EP is the most intellectual field in medicine.  It never gets boring in the EP lab. I wanted ample lab exposure, so I selected this program with 4 full days of EP lab exposure per week. 

Medical school: M.P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar, India

Internal medicine residency: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee

Cardiovascular fellowship: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee

Victor Abrich, M.D.

Victor Abrich, M.D.

Describe the work/life balance in this program.

Days are often busy in the lab, though the case load is manageable and the learning experience is rewarding. The call schedule is very reasonable, allowing extra time for reading.

Medical school: Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland

Internal medicine residency: Marshfield Clinic, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Marshfield, Wisconsin

Cardiovascular fellowship: Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona

Alumni list

Past clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellows include:

NameProgram yearsDestination

Fernando Tondato

2012-2014

Mt. Talbert Medical Office, Clackamas, OR (Kaiser Permanente)

Jeffrey Munro

2014-2016

Phoenix Heart, PLCC, Glendale, AZ

Narendra Duddyala

2015-2017

LSU Health, Shreveport, LA

Naktal Hamoud

2016-2018

Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center, The Woodlands, TX

Victor Abrich

2017-2019

Covenant Clinic, Waterloo, IA

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