Sleep Specialist in Nevada
Dr. Ejaz Kamboj brings an academic background and proficiency to this field, providing world class care in Preventive Clinical Cardiology, Sleep related disorders as well as his expertise in minimally invasive and advanced cardiac and vascular procedures.
After completing a three year Internal Medicine residency followed by a three year Cardiology fellowship, Dr. Kamboj was selected for an advanced cardiovascular fellowship at the internationally renowned Arizona Heart Institute (AHI), one of the premier centers in the world allowed to use experimental devices. While under the mentorship of Dr. Gerald Dorros and Dr. Edward Dietrich, who revolutionized the use of minimally invasive cardiovascular interventional procedures, Dr. Kamboj was committed to broad research and investigative study of devices pending approval of the FDA. This experience in advance technology and procedures has provided Dr. Kamboj with a significant edge in this field. He also co-authored a chapter in the Textbook of Endovascular procedures (by Dyet et al, 2000, Churchill Livingstone) on “Interventions in the Axillary and Subclavian arteries”
After arriving in Las Vegas in 1999 Dr. Kamboj was a pioneer in the creation of the Division of Cardiology at the University of Nevada school of Medicine. As Assistant Professor of Cardiology and Director of the Cardiac, catheterization Laboratory at the University Medical Center, he was principally involved in teaching physicians at the school of medicine. Included in his many contributions as a Cardiologist in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dr. Kamboj created a modern cardiovascular laboratory at the University Medical Center for Advanced Cardiac and Endovascular procedures costing 3 million dollars.