Bader Alotaibi, MD, helps patients from age 4 to 100 find solutions for abnormal heart beats, or electric heart conditions. Conditions such as tachycardia, SVT or other arrhythmia may be treated by ablation or implantation of a pacemaker device or defibrillator. Treating patients like his own family, Dr. Alotaibi dedicates time and attention to helping patients understand their diagnosis and how to treat it.
A native of Saudi Arabia, Dr. Alotaibi studied medicine across North America. His internal medicine residency was completed with the New York-Presbyterian healthcare system at Brooklyn Methodist Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Alotaibi completed his cardiology fellowship at McGill University in Montreal in Quebec. He continued training in electrophysiology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Dr. Alotaibi’s subspecialty training allows him to use electrical solutions (pacemaker, defibrillator) to save people’s hearts and lives.
Dr. Alotaibi is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He holds another board certification in cardiology from the Royal College of Physicians, and he is board eligible in electrophysiology. Dr. Alotaibi enjoys advances in medicine and learning new procedures that can solve the heart problems faced by his patients.
Referring physicians can send patients to see Dr. Alotaibi at Willis-Knighton Cardiology's arrhythmia and cardiac rhythm device clinic.
Away from the clinic, Dr. Alotaibi enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He also enjoys barbecue when he finds spare time. He speaks English and Arabic.
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