Dr. Suresh Yerra, Consultant Cardiologist

Dr. Suresh Yerra

MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine), MRCP(UK), DM (Cardiology)

Consultant Cardiologist


DM (Cardiology):  Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), Hyderabad, India, 2017-2020

MD (Internal Medicine): Indian Navy Hospital Ship (INHS) Asvini, Colaba, Mumbai, India. (Affiliated to MUHS Nashik), 2014-2017

M.B.B.S: Guntur Medical College (affiliated to Dr. N.T.R University of Health Sciences, Andhra Pradesh, India), 2004-2011

Clinical Experience:

  • Internship for 12 months post MBBS which include all the surgical and medical fields
    including 02 months of posting in rural and community health center.
  • 03 years of internal medicine training during MD residency which adequate exposure
    to all the sub-specialties.
  • 03 years of cardiology training during DM fellowship which includes rotation in both
    invasive and non-invasive cardiology training.

Area of Interest:

Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology

Conferences and workshops:

  • Hyderabad live (June 2019): Presentation on TEVAR with in-situ fenestration in a case
    of ruptured recurrent pseudoaneurysm of the ascending aorta.
  • Annual CSI (Dec 2019): Oral presentation on role of cardiac MRI in patients who
    underwent recent PCI for ischemic heart disease.
  • APICON 2017 Mumbai – Poster presentation.
  • BMC (2014-2017): Bombay medical congress: Attended annual conference for 3
    consecutive years and participated as a volunteer and given poster presentations.
  • Hands-on training in “basic surgical skills” (conducted by department of
    surgery, Guntur Medical College in 2009

Research Studies:

  • A descriptive study of bone mineral density in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
  • Association of testosterone with the severity of CAD in the middle-aged males – An
    observational study


  • Predictive Value of the GWTG Score to Heart Failure in South Indian Patients Admitted in ICU. Ind J Car Dis Wom2021; 6:15–16
  • Gender difference of blood pressure variables on ambulatory blood pressure monitoring following percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty and 1year outcomes. (2019 Annals of clinical cardiology). DOI: 10.4103/ACCJ.ACCJ_6_19
  • An Observational Study of Cardiovascular Outcome in Patients Undergoing Primary
    PCI With Indian Manufactured DES. (European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine ISSN 2515-8260 Volume 07, Issue 07, 2020.)
  • Correlation between Ankle brachial index with coronary artery disease and gender.
    (Ind J Car Dis Wom 2019; 00:1-6).
  • Case of coronary stent longitudinal deformation – Case report (IJCDW 2019).