Arkadiusz Grubecki, MD PhD


Specialist in cardiology and internal diseases.

Arkadiusz Grubecki, MD PhD is a graduate of the Medical Faculty of Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz, Nicolaus Copernicus Unievrsity (the UMK) in Toruń. When he was only on the fourth year of studies he already revealed his broad interest in cardiology, in particular echocardiography. The doctor gained his extensive professional experience during his work at the First Clinic of Cardiology and Internal Diseases of Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz, the UMK in Toruń, then he participated in the specialty programme in the Department of Cardiology at the Municipal Hospital in Bydgoszcz. In 2006 he completed the specialty programme in internal diseases, then in 2010 in cardiology. His research interest in this field was finally appreciated by being conferred the title of doctor of medical science as he had conducted research study and developed a doctoral thesis concerning assessment of patients after a heart attack treated with invasive techniques.

Doctor Grubecki has significantly contributed to developing the Cardiac Diagnostic and Interventional Laboratory at the Eskulap Hospital. Thanks to his extensive professional experience as well as involvement in work, patients are provided with comprehensive cardiac diagnostic services and heart disease conservative treatment at the global level.

Dr Arkadiusz Grubecki is constantly broadening his professional know-how and skills through attending numerous national as well as international conferences, congresses, courses and practical workshops, especially in the field of echocardiography and electrocardiography. In the focus of his research work there has always been echocardiography and first and foremost the diagnostics and treatment of acquired and congenital cardiac defects. As one of very few cardiologists in our region he is the holder of the echocardiography accreditation of the Echocardiography Section of the Polish Cardiology Society who has a licence to conduct all kinds of echocardiogram tests.