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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Freidoon Keshavarzi at Spire include:
I completed cardiology training in Oxford and Yorkshire deaneries and achieved CCT in 2015. Then went on to completed a Fellowship in Advanced Interventional/Structural Cardiology at King’s College Hospital, London.
I am a Consultant Cardiologist working at Manchester University Hospital. I am currently based at Manchester Heart Centre (Manchester Royal Infirmary) and also at the University of Manchester as Honorary Senior Lecturer.
I am an inventor of few novel cardiac devices and currently undertaking the animal phase of implanting innovative cardiac devices at University of Manchester.
I practice at Spire Manchester Hospital as well as their clinic in Hale, Cheshire.
General cardiology and heart failure, Interventional cardiology including complex coronary interventions, Intra coronary imaging; IVUS, OCT, Ischaemic heart disease
MD / University / 2000
Doctor of Medicine
MRCP / Royal College of Physicians - London / 2010
Member of Royal College of Physicians
CCT / Royal College of Physicians - London / 2015
Certificate of completion of training and subspecialty
PGrad - Leadership / Yorkshire / 2017
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