Dr. Tomas Vybiral, MD

Dr. Tomas Vybiral, MD, Cardiologist, Blue Ridge Cardiology, Elkin, North CarolinaDr. Tomas Vybiral, MD, Cardiologist, Blue Ridge Cardiology, Elkin, North Carolina

Dr. Tomas Vybiral, MD’s care philosophy is one where he believes “each patient deserves the finest care and attention.” 

Dr. Vybiral, Board Certified in Cardiology and Internal Medicine was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia to Eva and Ludek Vybiral. The 52 year old doctor makes himself available to his patients at all times by cell phone, 24/7,  365 days a year.

Dr. Vybiral, adds…

“I will provide out patient care as well as care of the patient in the hospital, for seamless attention to medical issues.

I live in the local area, and can sometimes be found at Blue Ridge Cardiology. I believe that as part of the local community I can provide understanding and compassionate care to the patient and their families. I believe my over twenty years of experience is a plus for all!”

As a young boy, his family moved to Basel, Switzerland, and all of his formal education was completed there, including graduation from Basel University (the  oldest medical school in Europe) with an MD degree. He graduated from Basel University School of Medicine in Switzerland in 1985, and completed his Cardiology Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX in 1993.

In his free time, he enjoys working with and breeding Belgian Draft Horses.

Specialties:

Cardiology – Board Certified
Internal Medicine – Board Certified

Procedures Dr. Vybiral Performs:

  • Cardiac Echocardiography
  • Cardiac Nuclear Stress Testing
  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Echo Stress Test
  • Echocardiography
  • Ekg (Electrocardiogram)
  • Holter Monitor
  • Pacemakers
  • Transesophageal Echocardiography

If you would like to contact Dr. Vybiral please visit http://blueridgemd.com, or call 1-855-892-4725

About Stewart Andrew Alexander

Stewart Andrew Alexander is the Managing Editor of Medical Spotlights, an Online Digital Journal dedicated to bridging the gap between medical practitioners, and a growing public trying desperately to find jargon free information about doctors in their local areas.

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