Dr Usama Boles (M.B, B.CH, MSc, MRCPI, FESC) consultant cardiologist and Electrophysiologist joined us from Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada after a completion of two years of advanced training in arrhythmia, invasive electrophysiology and intracardiac devices management.
After he graduated from Cairo University, his Cardiology training included working in the Royal Free hospital in London, Southampton university hospital and Norwich and Norfolk university hospital (in conjunction with Cambridge university in east of England) in the UK (2011- 2014).
In Ireland, he received training in Our Lady of Lourdes hospital and Mater University hospital in basics of cardiology prior to his UK experience (2010-2011). He completed his basic medical training in the Royal College of physicians prior to starting his Cardiology training (2007- 2010).
Dr Boles attained a subspecialty-training programme in Invasive Electrophysiology and devices management in Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada from 2014 to 2016.
Dr Boles has a remarkable academic profile with more than 30 publications along with at least 25 national and international presentations. He is a member of several national and international scientific cardiology committees in addition to being a Fellow to the European society of Cardiology (FESC).