Dr. GVP Rao- An Orientation to a Competent Medical Professional & a Kind Human Being!

October 09: One of our country’s most renowned medical doctors, we are talking about none other than Dr. GVP Rao.

He is a cardiology specialist at Hridhayam heart clinic- Nashik & NMH Heart Center and is fully engaged as a senior consultant cardiologist in India. With over two decades of expertise in India and overseas, He is currently treating cardiac and diabetes patients in the Maharashtra city of Nasik.

Take a glance at the following to discover more about his remarkable educational background:

  • D.Sc. (Card) Commonwealth Vocational University- Tonga, Australia
  • Ph.D. (Card) New Age International University, Italy
  • Ph.D. (Card-Heart Failure) WHRPC-Republic of India External Affairs Ministry Certified
  • DNB (Card) Madras Medical Mission, Chennai, India
  • DNB (Medicine) Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, •India MBBS MR Medical College, Gulbarga, India (Gold Medallist)

Coupled with being one of the best cardiologists in the nation, Dr. Rao has another attribute for which people not only admire but also love him, “his compassion for people, their pains, and their financial difficulties.” The 2021 Best Humanitarian Awards are for sure a testament to this.

“Though I have worked with top hospitals in India and abroad, I always want to help and serve the people who are poor and don’t get medical facilities due to location or financial problems. Therefore with my team, I always conduct free health check-up camps and spread awareness by organizing seminars and lectures,” says Dr. GVP Rao. In rural India, he has developed a free blood pressure clinic to help people avoid heart attacks.

In order to provide health screenings and treatments to the less fortunate, Dr. Rao has travelled the length and breadth of the country, attempting to reach the most remote parts of our Nation. How beautiful is that? Isn’t it?

He has treated thousands of patients and did over ten thousand angiograms and angioplasties throughout his nearly two decades of practice.

Well, Dr Rao is undoubtedly a very well surgeon in his field, having recently won the National Excellence Award 2021 for ‘Best Cardiologist India for Outstanding Contribution to Heart Failure and Rehabilitation.’ & was also honoured by Sri Balbir Singh Sidhu, Punjab’s Health Minister, with the coveted “Pillars of Medical Sciences 2021- Cardiology as an Interventional, Heart Failure, and Rehabilitation specialist,” amid a whole slew of other honours he’s received.

Dr. GVP Rao is not just a brilliant medical expert but also a wonderful human being, and it goes without saying that we need more professionals like him in the world today.

To know more about this work revolving around Hridhayam Heart Clinic, visit www.hridhayamheartclinic.org

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