Dr. Choudhuri is a member of the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology physician staff with Aurora Medical Group, based at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wis. His practice serves patients in the greater metropolitan Milwaukee area and southern corridor including Kenosha and Racine, Wis., and Gurnee, Ill., as well as Burlington, Elkhorn and Lake Geneva, Wis.
Dr. Choudhuri’s expertise is in clinical cardiac electrophysiology focusing primarily on management of cardiac arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms) in people with and without heart diseases, and also people who have near-fainting and fainting spells (near-syncope and syncope). His practice scope spans the entire breadth of electrophysiology services including consultation, diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of all cardiac electrophysiology disorders, including antiarrhythmic drugs, ablation and device therapy (pacemakers and defibrillators).
Dr. Choudhuri’s philosophy centers the care plan on the patient and guides patients through the various treatment options that are most sensible for them. His practice is to deliver expedient and thoughtful care that is individualized to the patients’ interests, needs and capabilities, and facilitate open communication with patients and their physicians in an effort to improve patient understanding and increase involvement in their care, thereby enhancing the overall patient experience.
Dr. Choudhuri holds the appointment of Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Milwaukee. He has authored and presented original research, and contributed chapters to various electrophysiology and cardiology textbooks. His research interests include ion channels and genomics with respect to clinical disease, as well as new device therapies, image integration and registration, and complex arrhythmia ablation.