Dr Ajay Verma (General Physician)
Dr Ajay Verma has commenced private practice at Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital.
Dr Verma is a Specialist General Physician and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He completed his Fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, NSW in 2008 and has been practising in the field of Internal Medicine as a Consultant Physician since 1993.
Dr Verma is an Internist whose special areas of interest include general medicine, heart failure program, preventive cardiology, hyperlipidaemia, thrombo-embolic disorders, diabetes mellitus, chronic disease management, management of undifferentiated general medical patients, peri-operative medicine and management of medical patients with multiple co-morbidities.
He is a member of the Internal Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand, European Heart Failure Association, North American Thrombosis Forum, American Society of Echocardiography, Cardiological Society of India, Critical Care Society of India and American Thoracic Society. Dr Verma has completed a graduate course in critical care echocardiography from the University of Queensland, and is actively involved in teaching junior resident Doctors at Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital and Sunshine Coast Private Hospital, Buderim.
- Hospital Affiliations
- Nambour Selangor Private Hospital
- Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital
- Affiliated Organisations
- The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP)
- Internal Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand (IMSANZ)
- European Heart Failure Association
- North American Thrombosis Forum
- American Society of Echocardiography
- Cardiological Society of India
- Critical Care Society of India
- American Thoracic Society
- Affiliated Universities
- Sunshine Coast University
- Medical Conditions
- Heart failure
- Diabetes mellitus
- Chronic disease management
- • Peri-operative medicine
- • Heart failure program
- • Preventive cardiology
- • Dyslipidemia
- • Diabetes mellitus
- • Thromboembolic disorders
- • Osteoporosis
- • Management of undifferentiated general medicine patients
- • Management of patients with multiple commodities