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Dr. Ciril Philip is working as an Associate Cardiologist in a reputed hospital in Vijayawada. He pursued a 2-year fellowship in non-invasive cardiology from TAU, developed clinical expertise with hands-on training and earned an attractive stipend at one of the leading hospitals in India. His aim is to work for the underprivileged and give clinical access to rural patients, diagnose their cardiac conditions appropriately and cure their heart conditions at the right time.
Every doctor has an exciting story behind their successful career. Even though my story starts with my MBBS degree, it becomes interesting when I get an opportunity to pursue my dream career of becoming a cardiologist in India by enrolling in a non-invasive cardiology course.
Since I enrolled in my MBBS degree, I wanted to take up cardiology as a specialization and work for the underprivileged people of my country. I want to give rural patients the clinical access and diagnose their cardiac condition appropriately, thereby helping them get cured of their cardiac ailments at the right time.
My aim was to get specialized in the non-invasive cardiology, which is a booming cardiology sub-specialization. I found non-invasive cardiology is the need of the hour in a country where cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the major cause of death. If we strengthen the non-invasive cardiology procedures in our country, we can keep the CVDs in check before it gets intensified.
When I was looking for a feasible option to pursue a non-invasive cardiology course, I found Texila American University’s hospital-based, 2-year Fellowship in Non-Invasive Cardiology. While pursuing my non-invasive cardiology course in one of the best hospitals, I had gained hands-on training and earned an attractive stipend. It was a great opportunity to learn, work, and gain knowledge in the department of cardiology under a team of experts.
I am proud of myself for choosing this program at the right time, as this non-invasive course has largely impacted my career. The skills I learned during my non-invasive cardiology course have given me the confidence to work effectively in the live scenario. The course has been built on a curriculum that helps us learn all the techniques that a non-invasive cardiologist in India needs to excel in his profession. Now I am an Associate Cardiologist in a reputed hospital in Vijayawada.
I thank Texila American University for this opportunity to help me achieve my goal. If anyone wishes to pursue an advanced course in non-invasive cardiology and become a professional like me, click on the button and fill in your details.