Dr. Nalos specializes in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, Pacemaker and Automatic Defibrillator implantation as well as cardiovascular consultations. Dr. Nalos first earned his BS and MD from University of Washington and thereafter pursued his Internal Medicine residency at University of California, San Diego Hospital. On completion of his residency, Cedars-Sinai Cardiology Fellowship program accepted him as a Cardiology fellow, where he excelled to become chief fellow in both Cardiology and Cardiac Electrophysiology. He holds board certification in Cardiovascular Disease, and Internal Medicine. Dr. Nalos established the first electrophysiology practice in Bakersfield 30 years ago.
As a pioneer of electrophysiology in Bakersfield, Dr. Nalos was the Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology Labs at several local hospitals for many years and was an assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCLA. He continues to serve more than 6,000 pacemaker and implantable defibrillator patients in Kern County. From his various clinical research trials and publications, Dr. Nalos brings subject-matter expertise in electrophysiology, pacemaker and Implantable defibrillators. As one of the only few electrophysiologists in Kern, he betters the lives of the Kern community. He has received a training fellowship in electrophysiology at the Heart Rhythm Society.
Aside from his clinical dedication, Dr. Nalos and his wife travel to Ethiopia each year to engage in philanthropy efforts— they have set up 50 schools in four countries to provide education and social services to about 3000 rural children in Africa. At Central Cardiology Medical Center (CCMC), he is not only pivotal in advancing the Electrophysiology and Pacemaker program, but Dr. Nalos also brings humility and humanity to the collegial environment.