About Dr. Rajat Arora
Dr. Rajat Arora is the Group Director of Yashoda Group of Hospitals, Uttar Pradesh as well as the Co-Founder of Seeds of Innocence (Infertility & IVF Centres) and Genestrings Diagnostic Centre (Genetic Testing Lab) in Delhi NCR. He has exceptional educational qualifications starting from M.B.B.S. and M.D. in India to MRCP & FRCP in internal medicine from the UK. He has also been a fellow in Non-Interventional Cardiology at KLE University and completed his D.M. in cardiology from KLE’s Hospital.
Dr. Rajat Arora is a proficient and experienced interventional cardiologist with more than 500 PCIs (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention) and 6000 coronary angiographies to his credit. Dr. Rajat Arora performs all kinds of congenital heart disease interventions such as ASD device closure, VSD device closure, and RSOV closure. He also has expertise in performing Endovascular Aortic Repairs independently. Besides this, he performs all types of pacemaker insertions, ICD device and CRT therapy.
With an experience spanning 15+ years in the field of cardiology, he is reputed for having effectively managed various healthcare services across the spectrum. Under his visionary leadership, both the hospitals under Yashoda Group, Yashoda Hospital & Research Centre, Nehru Nagar, and Yashoda Superspeciality Hospital & Cancer Institute, Sanjay Nagar, Ghaziabad received NABH accreditation.
- M.B.B.S., BLDEA’S Medical College, Bijapur, Karnataka
- M.D. (Internal Medicine), Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai
- D.M. (Cardiology), KLE’s Hospital, Belgaum, Karnataka
- Fellowship in Non-Interventional Cardiology, KLE University, Belgaum, Karnataka
- MRCP (Internal Medicine), Royal College of Physicians of London, UK
- FRCP (Internal Medicine), Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow, UK
- MBA, Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA, Hong Kong
Research & Publications
- Arora, Rajat, “Need to step up fight against smokeless killer”, The Statesman, 28 May 2015, Himalayan Mirror & Business Standard, 30 May 2015. http://www.thestatesman.com/news/features/need-to-step-up-fight-against-smokeless-killer/65967.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Now is time to deal with population explosion in India”, Business Standard, Himalayan Mirror, Moneylife India, 10 July 2015. http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/now-is-time-to-deal-with-population-explosion-in-india-comment-special-to-ians-july-11-is-world-population-day-115071000311_1.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Yoga: At the heart of the matter”, Deccan Herald, The Peoples Chronicle, Business Standard, 19 July 2015.http://www.deccanherald.com/content/484496/yoga-heart-matter.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Holistic development of youth is need of the hour”, Business Standard, The Peoples Chronicle, Himalayan Mirror, 12 August 2015.< http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/holis, tic-development-of-youth-is-need-of-the-hour-aug-12-is-international-youth-day-comment-special-to-ians-115081200504_1.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Sitting for long time as dangerous for heart as smoking”, The Indian Express, 25 December 2016. http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/health/sitting-for-long-time-as-dangerous-for-heart-as-smoking/
- Arora, Rajat, “Need to Clean Delhi Air to Stop Irreversible Damage to Heart”, Business Standard, 28 December 2016. https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/need-to-clean-delhi-air-to-stop-irreversible-damage-to-heart-comment-special-to-ians-115122800338_1.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Skinny or fat, both have health consequences for women”, Business Standard, The Times of India, New Kerala, 8 March 2016. https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/skinny-or-fat-both-have-health-consequences-for-women-comment-special-to-ians-on-international-women-s-day-116030800433_1.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Girls! In case you had no clue, every cigarette is rotting your insides”, Hindustan Times, Business Standard, 31 May 2016. http://www.hindustantimes.com/health-and-fitness/girls-incase-you-had-no-clue-every-cigarette-is-rotting-your-insides/story-yLMHDikfObEovafl3sAXZK.html
- Arora, Rajat, “What to expect when the vaccine rolls out”, Hindustan Times, 11 December 2020. https://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/what-to-expect-when-the-vaccine-rolls-out/story-vRgrSJs8lhDslMlMVeuVQP.html
- Arora, Rajat, “Dealing with COVID, the Uttar Pradesh way”, Daily Pioneer, 3rd June, 2021.
- Arora, R., et al. “Definitive treatment of Lutembacher Syndrome”, J Sci Soc 2014; 41:215-9. Arora R. “Clinical and angiographic correlation of chest pain with right bundle branch block”, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 8(3), February 2015, p. 208-215.
Paper & Poster Presentations-
- Paper presentation “A herculean makeover” at Mumbai CSI Conference, 2011
- Poster presentation “An unusual cause of abdominal pain” at National CSI Conference, Mumbai, 2011
- Paper presentation “An unsuccessful story of successful device closure & persistent balloon inflation” at Karnataka CSI Conference, 2011
- Poster presentation “A tale of an unsolved mystery and two cases of bifurcation stenting by TAP technique” at Karnataka CSI Conference, 2011
- Paper presentation “Echocardiographic evaluation of dextrocardia” at XVIth World Congress of Cardiology, Echocardiography & Allied Imaging Techniques, International Conference on Echocardiography, Delhi, 2011
- Presenter “Original Study of Correlation of LA diameter and Diastolic Dysfunction”- ICCCON-2012
- Co-presenter “Unsuccessful story of successful device closure, BMV in double orifice mitral valve and Transcatheter closure of multiple pulmonary AV fistula” - ACC Chicago 2012
- First Author Paper in JACC “Prevalence of tricuspid disease in RHD” (Impact Factor – 16.5) - ACC Chicago 2012J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012; 59(13s1): E1263-E1263. Doi: 10.1016/S0735-1097 (12) 61264-
- Presented cases on Post MI VSD closure & Persistent ST elevation after PAMI at NIC meet, Kochi, 2012