Dr Saurabh Goel

Department: Cardiology

Designation: Consultant

Qualification: MBBS, MD, DM, MISCU, FAPSIC (Asia-Pacific)

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Dr Saurabh Goel has successfully performed over 14,000 Interventional procedures including over 5,000 angioplasty with stenting procedures. He has also performed over 40,000 echocardiography tests and 40,000 computerized stress tests too. He is an expert in interventional cardiology procedures such as complex multivessel PTCA, PTCA in acute unstable angina intra aortic and acute MI patients, intra aortic balloon pump assisted PTCA, etc.

Dr Goel is an university topper for D.M Cardiology. He has attended TCT Asia Pacific meeting as faculty member since 2006 and is fellow of Asian Pacific Society of Interventional Cardiology and European Society of Cardiology, where he won several accolades representing the country. He has also published many papers and co-authored a medical textbook to spread his know-how to young minds across the globe.



  • Present
    1. Consultant Cardiologist – Global Hospitals, Mumbai
    2. Senior Consultant Cardiology, Cumballa Hill Hospital And Heart Institute
    3. Director, Fayth Clinic


  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Pacemaker Implantations
  • Complex multivessel PTCA
  • PTCA in acute unstable angina intra aortic and acute MI patients
  • Intra aortic balloon pump assisted PTCA


  • Awarded National Talent Scholarship in July 1982
  • Awarded the Best Resident Doctors prize by Nair Hospital
  • Won the Best Challenging Case Award at TCTAP meeting at Seoul 2014
  • Awarded the Dr GJ Paranjpe gold medal by Pune University for M.D Medicine


  • Goel SI, Desai DM, Shah LS on ‘Concurrent Balloon Dilatation Of Rheumatic Trivalvular m Stenosis.’
  • Goel Si, Deshpande N, Vanjani CV et al on ‘Transesophageal Echocardiography in left Ventricular Myxoma.’
  • Goel S I on ‘Rescue angioplasty after failed thrombolysis in a case of myocardial infarction with large coronary aneurysm with thrombus.’
  • Goel SI on ‘Successful PTCA of Complex Anomalous Left and Right Coronary Artery Using Amplatz Guiding Catheter.’

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