Sang Yong Ji, MD

Cardiac Ablation & Electrophysiology located in Torrance, CA

About Dr. Ji

Sang Yong Ji, MD, is a board-certified adult cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist at COR Healthcare in Torrance, California. His board certification also includes internal medicine, nuclear cardiology, and echocardiography.

Dr. Ji was born in South Korea and moved to Paraguay during his junior high school year. He earned his medical degree from Asunción National University, Paraguay. He then moved to New York City to complete internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine before completing a cardiac electrophysiology fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated as the Best Resident of the year and with Program director's award & Chief of Division award from internal medicine residency program and cardiology fellowship program respectively. He also served as chief fellow at both Montefiore cardiology fellowship program and Johns Hopkins University cardiac electrophysiology fellowship program. He provides state of the art care including complex ablations for different arrhythmias and implantation of cardiac electronic devices. He shares his expertise by authoring numerous publications in highly respected scientific and medical journals. He continues to stay active as current Principal Investigator in several clinical research projects at Torrance Memorial Medical Center as well.

Dr. Ji is fluent in English, Spanish, and Korean. When he’s not treating patients, Dr. Ji enjoys spending time with his wife, who is an internal medicine physician and their four children.

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Sang Yong Ji, MD, is a board-certified adult cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist at COR Healthcare in Torrance, California. His board certification also includes internal medicine, nuclear cardiology, and echocardiography.

Dr. Ji was born in South Korea and moved to Paraguay during his junior high school year. He earned his medical degree from Asunción National University, Paraguay. He then moved to New York City to complete internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine before completing a cardiac electrophysiology fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated as the Best Resident of the year and with Program director's award & Chief of Division award from internal medicine residency program and cardiology fellowship program respectively. He also served as chief fellow at both Montefiore cardiology fellowship program and Johns Hopkins University cardiac electrophysiology fellowship program. He provides state of the art care including complex ablations for different arrhythmias and implantation of cardiac electronic devices. He shares his expertise by authoring numerous publications in highly respected scientific and medical journals. He continues to stay active as current Principal Investigator in several clinical research projects at Torrance Memorial Medical Center as well.

Dr. Ji is fluent in English, Spanish, and Korean. When he’s not treating patients, Dr. Ji enjoys spending time with his wife, who is an internal medicine physician and their four children.


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