Dra Leslie Swindle, MD. Cardiologist. Dra. Swindle is a graduate of Anahuac University in Mexico City. She specialized in Cardiology at The Spanish Hospital in Mexico City. Subsequently, she studied a subspecialty in Nuclear Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dra Leslie Swindle lives in Puerto Vallarta and works with the greatest passion, professionalism and ethics at Hospital CMQ. She is certified by the Mexican Committee for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care.
Dra Leslie Swindle, MD. leads the Cardiology Department at Hospital CMQ City Center, Hospital CMQ Premiere and Hospital CMQ Riviera Nayarit.
- Education: MD, Anahuac University School of Medicine, Mexico City (1985-1991)
- Residency: Cardiology, Mexico’s Spanish Beneficence, National Autonomous University of Mexico (1992-1996)
- Awards: Dr. Ángel Matute Vidal Award for Best Rotating Resident (1993)
- Subspecialty: Nuclear Cardiology, Siglo XXI Medical Center, Mexico City (1996-1997)
- Subspecialty Internship/Fellowship: Nuclear Cardiology Internship, Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School (1997)
Most common cardiology procedures:
- Rest Electrocardiogram
- Cardiac Stress Test
- Echocardiogram with Heat Doppler
- “Could Kent Bundle Automaticity Be Responsible of Wide QRS Complex Tachycardia”
- “Effects of Nifedipine on Myocardial Blood Flow and Systolic Function in Humans with Ischemic Heart Disease”
Professional Development and Certifications, Dra Leslie Swindle:
- Instructor at the Mexican Committee for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care, A.C.
- Certified by the Mexican Committee for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care since 1993.
- Professor, “A Clinical Vision of Nuclear Cardiology”. Mexican Society of Cardiology.
- Speaker, “Patterns of Perfusion. In Myocardial Viability, ” Cardiology Medical Center Hospital, Siglo XXI, Mexico City.
- Professor IX National Congress of Cardiology, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, “SPECT vs PET: Uses in Cardiology”.