Ritin Bomb, M.D. Cardiologist
Dr Bomb completed his graduate degree in MBBS from RNT Medical College, Udaipur, India. He distinguished as amongst the top candidates in his University, with his name engraved permanently on University hall of distinction. He then completed his residency in Internal medicine from India. Following this he went on to One of the most reputable heart Institutes in India, Escorts Heart Institute and research center for his 3 years of Cardiology training following which he moved to Saudi Arabia , where he worked as an Emergency attending and cardiologist at King Fahd Hospital for 3 years. He then moved to United States for his further training. After completing his Internal medicine residency from University of Missouri, Columbia, he completed his cardiology fellowship from University of Tennessee, Memphis.
During his fellowship, he served as chief fellow for department of cardiology from 2015-1016. He was also amongst the committee for development of chest pain center at Regional One Hospital during his tenure. He is an avid researcher. He is well published in national and international journals. He received numerous awards during his fellowship including Leonard Share award at University of Tennessee health sciences center for best clinical investigator. He presented at multiple national and international conference during this time. He was a part of quality control team during his residency and fellowship and has received the quality champion award for reduction of heart failure readmissions at university of Missouri, Columbia.
He is currently board certified for Internal medicine, Cardiology, echo cardiography and nuclear medicine. He was awarded position of fellow of American college of cardiology in March, 2017. He is a current member of American college of physicians, American college of cardiology.
He has special interests in management of critical cardiac patients, arrhythmias and heart failure. He specializes in echo cardiography including Trans esophageal echo, and cardiac catheterization.