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Sula Mazimba

  • Cardiology Fellow
  • Kettering Medical Center, Health care


    Dr. Sula Mazimba is an adjunct assistant clinical professor in the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. In addition, Dr. Mazimba is now a fellow in the Advanced heart failure/ Heart transplation and Pulmonary vascular disease at the University of Alabama at birmingham. He has conducted several research studies which have been published in reputable journals.After finishing his Cardiology fellowship, he joined the clinical faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. A native of Zambia, Dr. Mazimba earned his medical degree at the University of Zambia. Dr Sula Mazimba has led numerous faith-based and humanitarian medical mission prgorams to Zambia, one of many African nations where the AIDS epidemic has left many children without parents. In addition to providing medical care, he also pays visits to orphanages to inspire children to pursue academic excellence. In addition to his medical degree,and cardiology training, Dr. Mazimba earned a master of public health at Wright State University in 2009. He completed his residency and Cardiology training at the Wright State university /Kettering Medical Center.

    Professional experience

    Cardiology Fellow

    Kettering Medical Center, Health care

    January 2005 - Present

    Assistant Clinical Professor

    Wright State University-Boonshoft School of Medicine, Education

    January 2005 - Present


    Masters of Public Health

    Wright State University

    July 2013

    Internal Medicine residency

    Wright state/Kettering Medical Center

    July 2002 - July 2005(3 years)

    Doctor of Medicine

    The University of Zambia School of Agricultural Sciences

    February 1995 - December 2000(6 years)

    Bachelor of science Human biology

    UNZA - University of Zambia

    February 1992 - February 1994(2 years)