Dr. Ioannis Stefanou, M.D FESC
CARDIOLOGY SPECIALIST | Cardiovascular computed tomography
Dr. Stefanou studied General Medicine in the University of Pech (P.O.T.E) in Hungary and did his specialization in Cardiology at the University Hospital of Athens, Greece. He is doing his private practice in Apollonion Private Hospital, Nicosia, Cyprus. Dr Stefanou he is a fellow of the European society of Cardiology, also member of the Cyprus Medical Association.
Associated Hospitals / Clinics
Practice Experience (May, 2006 - Current)APOLLONIO PRIVATE HOSPITAL
I work as a consultant Cardiologist at the cardiology clinic of Apollonio Private Hospital.
Practice Experience (Nov, 2001 - May, 2006)PRIVATE PRACTICE
I have my own practice in Nicosia Cyprus, equipped with cardio echo-Doppler, stress test, and 24 hour ECG Holter monitor
Practice Experience (Dec, 2020 - Oct, 2001)LIMASSOL GENERAL HOSPITAL, CYPRUS
I worked as a cardiologist at the cardiology clinic of Limassol General Hospital.
Practice Experience (Mar, 1996 - Mar, 1999)EVAGGELISMOS HOSPITAL, ATHENS, GREECE
I worked as a residence doctor in the A’ Cardio Clinic under the guidance of Prof. L. Anthopoulos. During my training I had the opportunity to work in the coronary intensive care unit, the catheterisation lab and at the Electro physiology department.
Practice Experience (Jun, 1994 - Jun, 1995)3RD I.K.A. HOSPITAL, ATHENS GREECE
I worked as a residence doctor at the internal medicine department.
Practice Experience (Mar, 1993 - May, 1994)NICOSIA GENERAL HOSPITAL, CYPRUS
I worked as a residence doctor at the internal medicine and surgical department.
Pecs University, Hungary
University of Athens - Specialty in Cardiology
- Fellow of the European society of Cardiology - Member of Cyprus Medical Association
Honours & Awards
Doctor of Medicine, Pecs University, Hungary (September 1, 1992)
Medical Licensing Examination U.S.A., Level 1 and 2 (October 1, 1993)
Specialty in Cardiology University of Athens (January 1, 2000)
Trained in cardiovascular computed tomography, Erlangen, German