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Cardiologist Dr. Joseph Chiha

Cardiologist Dr. Joseph Chiha

Biography

Dr. Joseph Chiha is a general cardiologist with sub-specialty training and accreditation in interventional cardiology (angiography and stenting). Joseph manages patients with the latest medical evidence and provides a holistic approach to patient care. He also has extensive experience in cardiology in women, aged care and the renal complications of coronary disease, especially within the context of coronary interventions. He strongly believes a consultative approach to cardiology and thorough communication with patients and each member of the medical team responsible for his patients is paramount to excellent care.​

Joseph has a particular interest in heart disease presentations in women. He is currently involved in a research project at Bankstown Hospital examining the different causes of angina in women (and men) who have no blockages in their heart arteries.

Dr. Joseph Chiha spent two years undertaking a fellowship in interventional cardiology at the world renowned Peter Munk Cardiac Centre in Toronto, Canada, in association with the Toronto General Hospital and the University of Toronto. This is a world leader in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease. Joseph returned to Sydney, bringing his experience and motivation to Bankstown Hospital and his clinics. He performs primary interventions (for heart attack) through Bankstown and Liverpool Hospitals, with private procedures at Macquarie University and Norwest Private Hospitals. He is affiliated with University of New South Wales. Joseph is also a consultant cardiologist for Douglass Hanly Moir Cardiac Services, responsible for the interpretation and reporting of 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors, electrocardiograms and Holter monitors. Dr Chiha is available for consultation at the Norwest clinic.

Association

Bankstown Hospital

Liverpool Hospital

University of New South Wales

Education

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney, Australia, 2003

Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Australia, 2010

 

Biography

Dr. Joseph Chiha is a general cardiologist with sub-specialty training and accreditation in interventional cardiology (angiography and stenting). Joseph manages patients with the latest medical evidence and provides a holistic approach to patient care. He also has extensive experience in cardiology in women, aged care and the renal complications of coronary disease, especially within the context of coronary interventions. He strongly believes a consultative approach to cardiology and thorough communication with patients and each member of the medical team responsible for his patients is paramount to excellent care.​

Joseph has a particular interest in heart disease presentations in women. He is currently involved in a research project at Bankstown Hospital examining the different causes of angina in women (and men) who have no blockages in their heart arteries.

Dr. Joseph Chiha spent two years undertaking a fellowship in interventional cardiology at the world renowned Peter Munk Cardiac Centre in Toronto, Canada, in association with the Toronto General Hospital and the University of Toronto. This is a world leader in the diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease. Joseph returned to Sydney, bringing his experience and motivation to Bankstown Hospital and his clinics. He performs primary interventions (for heart attack) through Bankstown and Liverpool Hospitals, with private procedures at Macquarie University and Norwest Private Hospitals. He is affiliated with University of New South Wales. Joseph is also a consultant cardiologist for Douglass Hanly Moir Cardiac Services, responsible for the interpretation and reporting of 24 hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors, electrocardiograms and Holter monitors. Dr Chiha is available for consultation at the Norwest clinic.

Association

Bankstown Hospital

Liverpool Hospital

University of New South Wales

Education

Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney, Australia, 2003

Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Australia, 2010

 

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