Canberra Heart Rhythm Centre


Canberra Heart Rhythm is an approved site for an Electrophysiology and Fellowship program in partnership with Australian National University and The Canberra Hospital. We provide scholarships and a facility to hold their research for our EP fellows, Dr Abhilash Sreevilasam Pushpangadhan and Dr Deep Chandh Raja.


Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow at The Canberra Hospital

Qualifications: MBBS, MD (Medicine), DNB (Medicine), DM (Cardiology).

After finishing advanced cardiology training in 2010, Dr Abhilash joined Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India as a faculty staff. His areas of interest includes electrophysiology, coronary interventions and device therapy for cardiac arrhythmias & heart failure. He joined Canberra hospital as a fellow in electrophysiology in August, 2019 and currently pursuing training in complex electrophysiology procedures. He works at Canberra Heart Rhythm as a research fellow and is actively involved in research projects done here. He loves to travel and enjoys driving cars.

Doctoral Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow at the Australian National University

Qualifications: MBBS

Dr Deep Chandh Raja is a Doctoral Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow at the Australian National University. He is an integral part of the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Research team headed by Dr Rajeev Pathak. Passion towards Cardiac Electrophysiology has driven him to pursue his PhD in Arrhythmias in Cardiomyopathy. He is determined and is working hard to address the knowledge gaps in his field of research. He had his formal Cardiology training from reputed institutes in India. His experience in dealing with patients with complex cardiac problems has been a value addition to the Canberra Heart Rhythm center. Besides academics, he is an avid sports lover and follows tennis, cricket and football keenly.