Dr. Bhavi Makanjee
Dr.Makanjee completed his medical undergraduate medical degree and Internal Medicine residency at the University of Natal in South Africa. He then worked as an internist in England and Northern Ireland before returning South Africa to complete his cardiology residency at Groote Schuur hospital, University of Cape Town, home of the worldâs first heart transplant.
He completed a clinical and research Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship under Dr. George Klein, a world recognized expert in arrhythmia management at London, Ontario (2008-2010). He has received numerous awards including the EB Adams Prize (top ranked Internal Medicine undergraduate candidate), South African Institute of Race Relations scholarship (1991-1994) and the Discovery Foundation Academic scholarship (2008 -2010).
His major interest is in the ablation of atrial flutter, AV node reentrant tachycardia, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome as well as atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia. He is expert in biventricular pacing as well as regular pacemakers, single or dual-chamber ICDs and implantable loop recorders. His recent appointment at the Rouge Valley Health System is the part of the expansion of the arrhythmia program. His practice includes interventional electrophysiology and general cardiology. He is currently seeing and accepting up patients in the Scarborough, Pickering and Ajax offices of Rouge Valley Cardiology.