Friday, 7 March 2014

Dr. Pradeep Srivastava, Maryland Continued His Education and Became a Cardiologist in U.S.A.

Dr. Pradeep Srivastava MD Maryland scholastic continued to incorporate various other academic achievements after completing his M.B.B.S. He had chosen to become a cardiologist in the United States thus he started his training in that heading. Through the years Dr. Pradeep Srivastava accomplished different certificates beginning with the Educational Council for Foreign Medical Graduates certificate in the year 1981 and the Federation of Licensing Examination certificate in December 1983 Other certifications that he earned include American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in September 1988, North American Society of  Pacing & Electrophysiology Certificate  in the year 1991, American Board of Cardiovascular Diseases Certificate in November 1995, and American    Board of Interventional Cardiology Certificate in November 2005. Even after acquiring all the necessary certifications he continued to study further in order to improve his knowledge even further. Some of the certifications require that the doctor retakes the exam after some time and he has passed all such exams whenever they were required. Even today Dr. Pradeep Srivastava, Maryland keeps himself up to date with all the latest happenings in the medical field so as to provide his patients with the highest level of treatment and best possible patient care. 

Dr.Pradeep Srivastava,MD is currently practicing in North west and south east Washington DC.

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