Dr Kamran Majeed



Specialist Training

Kamran commenced his Cardiology training as a Registrar at Nelson Hospital.  He is now practicing as an Interventional Cardiologist at Waikato Hospital, Southern Cross & Braemar Hospital.

Upon completion of his first year of training in Interventional Cardiology at The Royal Adelaide Hospital, Kamran was awarded the Interventional Research Scholarship at The University of Western Australia (Perth). There he completed his PhD thesis, studying the role of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), a novel intravascular imaging modality which uses infrared light, in refining the risk stratification of patients with acute coronary syndrome.

Subsequently, Kamran joined the University of Ottawa Heart Institute (Ontario, Canada), which is among the largest & top cardiovascular center’s in North America. The Ottawa Heart Institute is renowned for providing quaternary services to patients with complex cardiac issues. It was here that he completed his advanced interventional training in Complex and High-Risk Coronary Intervention & gained specialised training in performing percutaneous coronary intervention in chronically occluded vessels & the use of intravascular imaging to improve the outcome.

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