Dr Monil Kadian
MBBS, MD (Medicine), Fellowship in Preventive Cardiology from Apollo Hospital, Fellowship in Cardiology from John Hopkins Medical Centre, USA
Dr Monil Kadian is a highly trained cardiologist and heart specialist in Gurgaon, Delhi (NCR) India. Dr Monil has experience in treating various heart related problems like hypertension or blood pressure, chest pain, high cholestrol levels, breathing difficulty, tiredness and dysnea. Dr Kadian has special interest in medical and preventive cardiology.
He has done special training and fellowship in cardiology from John Hopkins Medical Centre USA which is considered as one of the best hospitals for training in cardiology. He further went on to do fellowship in preventive cardiology from Apollo Hospotal New Delhi India. Dr Monil Kadian has been treating patients with heart diseases due to high cholestrol and other related problems. Dr Monil is currently working at GNH Hospital Gurgaon Delhi (NCR) India as Heart Specialist and Cardiologist.
Qualification, Awards & Experience
Fellow in Preventive Cardiology from Apollo Hospital New Delhi India
Fellowship in Cardiology from John Hopkins Medical Centre and Hospital, USA
MD (Medicine) from Himalyan Institute of Medical Sciences, Uttrakhand India
MBBS, Bharti Vidyapeeth Medical College, Pune India
Consultant Heart Specialist & Preventive Cardiologist at Fortis Escorts Hospital, Uttrakhand, India
Consultant Heart Specialist & Preventive Cardiologist at Delhi Heart & Lung Hospital Hospital, New Delhi , India
Consultant Heart Specialist & Preventive Cardiologist at Jolly Grant Hospital, Uttrakhand, India
Management of Post Surgical Heart Patients
Management of Post Angioplasty Patient
Management of Cholestrol Levels
Treatment for Hypertension
Latest at GNH - 7 Day Old Baby Surgery
A 7 Day old baby was brought to GNH Hospital from Kashmir in India with Brain Haemorrhage. The team of neurosurgeons led by Dr. Saroha operated upon this newborn baby and evacuated the blood clot from the brain. The baby is now doing fine and has returned home after a 12 day stay at the hospital.