Dr. Krishna Subramony Iyer Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Delhi
MBBS, MS, M.ch
Pediatric & Congenital Cardiologist & Surgeon at Fortis Escorts Heart Institute at New Delhi
Has operated on more than 7000 children and adult with congenital heart diseases spanning arterial switch operations, Fontan and Fontan type procedures, corrections for tetralogy of fallot, senning operations and wide range of one stage and multi-stage corrections for complex congenital heart diseases.
Has performed over 8000 heart surgeries in small babies and children since 1989 when he returned to India
Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery
M.B.B.S, M.S. and M.Ch. (Postgraduate examination in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery) from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.
Trained in pediatric and infant cardiac surgery under the guidance of the renowned pediatric cardiac surgeon
Senior Fellow at the Department of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery at Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne in Australia.
Has endeavored to popularize the specialty of pediatric and congenital heart surgery in India
Near New Friends Colony,
Opp To Holy Family Hospital, Okhla Road, Delhi, Delhi - 110025
TUE & THU & SAT
02:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Patients feedback on their experience with Dr. Krishna Subramony Iyer
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Krishna Subramony Iyer to family and friends is 5 out of 5.
Dr. Krishna Subramony Iyer's Hospital/Clinic & Staff
Ease of scheduling appointments
Hospital/clinic environment, Hygiene and Comfort
Staff responsiveness and politeness
Total time spent (Wait time + Consultation)
15 - 30 min
Experience with Dr. Krishna Subramony Iyer
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Explains your medical condition(s)
Patiently listens and answers your questions
Spends enough amount of time
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