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Dr. Sudheer Saxena is an Interventional Cardiologist practising in Max Health Care, Mohali & Chandigarh.

Dr. Sudheer Saxena is a renowned cardiologist  and heart specialist in Chandigarh with extensive experience of more then 27 years. Dr. Saxena hails from Jaipur, where he did his basic medical studies. He completed the MBBS degree course from SMS Medical College, Jaipur, in 1988, bagging Gold Medals for topping in several subjects. Later, he was awarded a Gold Medal for securing the First Position at the MD examination in Internal Medicine, at the same institution in 1992. Dr. Saxena then added the superspeciality DM (Cardiology) degree to his qualifications in 1995 through PGIMER Chandigarh, and since then, Chandigarh has remained his home and workplace.

In 1999-2000, Dr. Saxena completed a Fellowship in Advanced Interventional Cardiology at Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Australia.


Committed to Build A Positive Patients Focus Culture

Dr. Sudheer Saxena has performed over 10,000 Angioplasty procedures including multivessel, complex and primary angioplasties. Prior to his current assignment at Max, he worked for eight years, until July 2012, at Mukat Heart Institute, Chandigarh. He has also served in various capacities at Fortis Heart Institute (Mohali), Tagore Heart Care & Research Centre (Jalandhar), and Mediciti Hospitals and Kamineni Hospitals (Hyderabad). 

When he does get spare time, Dr. Saxena dabbles in amateur photography, and also loves to read.  


  • Fellowship in Advanced Interventional Cardiology at Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Australia (1999-2000).


  • 1988 – University Gold Medals for securing First Position in, Physiology, Pharmacology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
  • 1992 – Gold Medal for securing First Position in the University in MD (Internal Medicine).


  • Principal Investigator of Ongoing Cardiac Rhythm Resynchronisation Therapy Trials. (Funded by St Jude’s Medical).
  • Participated in Two Ongoing Randomised Clinical Trials of Intracoronary Brachytherapy for In-Stent Restenosis.
  • Rhenium Trial Using Rhenium as a Source of Beta-Emission.
  • PREVENT Trial Using a P32 Hotwire.
  • Effect of Nifedipine on the Diastolic Dysfunction in Hypertensive Adults – Submitted to the University of Rajasthan, India as Thesis for Partial Fulfilment to Obtain MD (Internal Medicine) Degree.
  • Involved in a Longitudinal Field Study of Prevelance and Prevention of Acute Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease in a Rural Community in North India.


  • Attended as Faculty: EMICS in Vienna and Prague.
  • Regular Faculty Member: National Interventional Council of India meeting. Regular Faculty Member: Various International Conferences such as TCT and PCR TCT – AP and CCT.
  • Organising Chariman of the Annual MAX AMI Summit in Chandigarh.
  • Teaching Experience: Involved in Teaching Programme of MD and DNB (Internal Medicine) Residents Rotating Through Cardiology Including Lecture/Demonstrations and Bedside Clinics.
  • Teaching Experience: Involved in Training of Basic Cardiology Trainees at PGIMER Chandigarh as a Member of the Faculty of Department of Cardiology.
  • Teaching Experience: Involved in Training of Residents and Registrars at the Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia.