Dr. Oza is one of the most experienced cardiac electrophysiologists in
the Denver-Boulder area offering ablation therapies for heart rhythm problems.
He is board certified in cardiovascular diseases and cardiac electrophysiology.
After earning his MBBS degree from M.S. University in Gujarat, India, Dr.
Oza completed both an internship and residency in internal medicine at
SUNY Buffalo Medical School in New York. He pursued a fellowship in cardiology
at the University of Louisville in Kentucky where he became Chief Fellow
in 2002-2003. The following year, Dr. Oza completed a fellowship in electrophysiology
at the University of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. Dr. Oza is one of a few
electrophysiologists in the Denver area to offer ablation therapies for
hard-to-treat heart rhythm disturbances such as atrial fibrillation and
ventricular tachycardia. In 2018, he also was the first physician in Boulder
Country to implant Micra, the world's smallest pacemaker.