Dr. Ziad Elghoul stands out as a compassionate and highly skilled interventional cardiologist in the state of Arizona. His expertise extends across multiple board certifications, including cardiovascular disease, nuclear cardiology, and interventional cardiology. Dr. Elghoul completed his internal medicine residency at Staten Island University Hospital and distinguished himself as a Chief Resident in Internal Medicine. He furthered his training by completing a general cardiology fellowship at the State University of NY, Brooklyn. With a focus on general cardiology, Dr. Elghoul specializes in complex coronary interventions, venous ablations, peripheral artery disease, and percutaneous abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. His dedication to advancing medical knowledge is evident through his published works in peer-reviewed journals and his active involvement in valuable research studies. Dr. Elghoul presently holds the position of Chairman in the Department of Cardiology at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center. He has been honored with the Excellence Award (The 7 Principles of Behavior) and the Marreel Excellence in Service Award in recognition of his exceptional patient care. Notably, Dr. Elghoul contributed to research studies such as the ABSORB trial and the PIONEER 3 trial. Presently, Dr. Ziad Elghoul serves patients at Cedars Heart Clinic, where he continues to provide exceptional care and contribute to the field of interventional cardiology.
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