Dr. Ahmed Eldamaty

Sheikh Zayed & New Cairo Branches

Dr. Ahmed Eldamaty is a lecturer of cardiovascular medicine, Cairo University. He is a consultant in the field of clinical cardiac electrophysiology and pacing. He is among few physicians experienced in that field in Egypt and the Middle East.

Dr. El-Damaty graduated in the faculty of medicine Cairo University in 2001. He received his basic cardiology training as a resident at kasr alainy hospital until 2006. He underwent a three-year clinical/research fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth II health science center and Dalhousie University which is one of the highest volume centers dealing with patients with heart rhythm disorders across Canada.

Dr. El-Damaty is fellow of the European society of cardiology and the Egyptian cardiac rhythm association. He is the head of the electrophysiology service at Cairo university hospitals, Arab contractors hospitals and he is attending at Dar Al-Fouad hospital and As-Salam international hospital.

Dr. El-Damaty has several national and international publications in major scientific journals such as the journal of American college of cardiology and current opinion in cardiology. He organized and chaired several national and international conferences and workshops in collaboration with the Egyptian, Lebanese, Saudi and European societies of cardiology.

Dr. El-Damaty is expert in implanting cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators. He is also experienced in ablation of simple and complex fast heart rhythms using conventional and 3D mapping techniques.