Philip George, M.D., is the Director of the Cardiac Risk Modification
Clinic at the Fort Lauderdale Heart Institute. Dr. George obtained
his Bachelor of Science from the University of Kerala, Trivandrum,
India. He received his medical degree from the University of Kerala
College of Medicine in Alleppey, India. After finishing his rotating
Internship at Medical College, Alleppey, he worked as an Attending
Physician at St. John's Hospital, Kerala for two years.
After migrating to the United States, he did his
straight internship in Internal Medicine at the Catholic Medical
Center of Brooklyn and Queens, New York, which was followed by his
Residency in Internal Medicine. He has practiced Internal Medicine
in Fort Lauderdale since 1983 and has been affiliated with the Fort
Lauderdale Heart Institute since 1990.
He is certified by the Board of Internal Medicine
and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He is a member
of the Florida Medical Association, the American Medical Association,
and he has also participated in several clinical trials. He is active
with the American Heart Association, Broward Region. Dr. George
is a specialist in internal medicine with specific interest in cardiac
risk modification and cardiac rehabilitation. He is married to Mary
George and has a son Philip George, Jr. He attends Calvary Chapel
of Fort Lauderdale, which is his home church.