Dr. Vivek Mittal is a leading figure in the field of cardiology and diabetology practicing for more than 15 years. He graduated (MBBS) and postgraduated (MD Medicine) from JNMC, AMU, Aligarh. He then Accomplished DM (Cardiology) from IMS, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
He then further educated by doing a number of renowned courses such as CCEBDM – Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Education Academy Fellow Courses:, PGDM – Post Graduate Diploma in Diabetes (John Hopkins,Royal College of Physician) FIACM [Fellow Indian Association of Clinical Medicine], FSCAI [Fellow – Society of Cardiac Angiography & Intervention], FICC [Fellow - Indian College of Cardiology], FESC [Fellow - European Society of Cardiology], FISE [Fellow – Indian Society of Electro Cardiology], FISC (Fellow Indian Society of Cardiology) CRFC (CARDIAC REHABLITATION FOUNDATION COURSE)
He worked at some of the reputed health and educational centers in New Delhi such as ESCORTS Heart Institute & Research Centre (2002-2005), Max Heart & Vascular Institute (2005-2011), Max Super Specialty Hospital (2011-2017). And After That, at Nayati Hospital in Agra from 2017 – 2018. Now He is Working as Senior Interventional Cardiologist at Metro Super Speciality Hospital, Preet Vihar Delhi.
Dr. Vivek mittal is actively involved with various Non-Government Organizations collaborating with wellness programs providing free healthcare camps for the weaker section of society followed by the free drug dispensing. He has also, imparted his knowledge through health awareness lectures, conferences on cardiovascular medicines, and diabetes. He has also, conducted CME with well-known physicians in Delhi and some small towns in India.
Dr. Vivek Mittal had been an Integral part of various National and International Conferences on Diabetes and Heart Diseases, and had been awarded many certifications for the same. His main areas of Intrest are Coronary angiography, angioplasty, Pacemakers, AICDs Echocardiography, Complex Cases of Diabetes, Thyroid Disorders and Related Medical Illnesses. Heart FailerDiabetes II