There are people who thrive on a challenge. Thankfully, Dr. Dhiraj Narula of Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas is one of them, remarking that he was “attracted to EP because it was hard and challenging.” In his nearly 30 years of practice, his passion for problem solving has resulted in better quality of life for thousands of patients.
When in 2015 there was opportunity for Desert Springs to be the first hospital in Nevada to offer Stereotaxis robotic technology, you know that Dr. Narula was quick to embrace it. “Being able to move the catheter more precisely, decrease exposure to fluoroscopy for me and my patients – it was all very attractive.”
Thanks for running toward change, Dr. Narula!