Assoc.Prof Atifur Rahman MBBS, FRACP, FCSANZ.

Interventional Cardiologist

Assoc.Prof  Rahman an “Interventional Cardiologist” who joined the Gold coast hospital in 2000 as a trainee registrar.Subsequently he worked in the Mater adult hospital. He passed the FRACP (Fellow of Royal Australian College of Physicians) while working in the Royal Brisbane hospital in 2002.

He completed his postgraduate training as well as “fellowship” in interventional cardiology at the Canberra Hospital in 2005.
Currently,Dr Rahman is the clinical director of the coronary care unit at “Gold Coast University Hospital” who joined GCH as a consultant interventional cardiologist in January 2006.
He is an “Associate Professor“at GRIFFITH University School of Medicine.He is also Associate professor of “BOND University” Faculty of health science & medicine.
He is also current academic work includes the Director of Advance training (Royal Australian College of Physicians) and Educational Supervisor for the hospital “Basic Trainee” Registrars.

He has written book chapter on Troponin and acute stroke- In Advances in Troponin Research. 2013, by Nova Publishing, Huappuage, NY and written many Journal articles. He is also reviewer of Journal “Annals of Medicine and European Journal of Clinical Investigation.
He is a Regional Examiner for the Royal Australian College of Physicians (RACP) and undertakes the role of examiner at Australian Medical Council (AMC) examination.He is a speaker at national/international conferences.
In 2003 he received "Registrars Clinical Training Award" at the Canberra Hospital for his contribution in teaching.He passed MBBS from Bangladesh.
The focus of his practice in comprehensive cardiovascular medicine include:

Interventional cardiology
Management of Hypertension including renal denervation.
Echocardiography, Stress Echocardiogram
Pace Maker Insertion
Trans Oesophageal Echocardiography