Our cardiology team diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the heart.
- Location: Central Middlesex, Ealing, and Northwick Park Hospitals
- Division: Integrated Medicine
- General manager: Sunil Johal
- Service manager: Suveer Gill
About the service
Our cardiology team diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the heart. Our cardiovascular service is based across Central Middlesex, Ealing, Northwick Park and St Marks Hospitals.
Our service includes:
- an inpatient and outpatient service
- a cardiac catheter laboratory
- cardiac investigations (including echocardiogram and angiogram)
- cardiac prevention and rehabilitation
- a cardiac arrhythmia service
- a heart failure service
- a cardiology research team.
A team of interventional, imaging, heart failure and device consultants lead this service.
Conditions we care for
Our team treat a range of conditions:
- Coronary Heart Disease (including angina)
- Acute Coronoary Syndromes
- Heart Failure
- Myocardial Infarction
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Cardiac Arrest
- Heart attack
- Abnormal Heart Rhythm
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Heart Valve Disease
More information can be found on The British Heart Foundation website.
Contact our service
Contact our cardiology team:
- at Central Middlesex Hospital: 0208 963 7134
- at Ealing Hospital: 0208 967 5290
- at Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospitals: 0208 869 2552
At Northwick Park Hospital, the cardiac research department conducts trials and studies in the development of cardiac imaging, medical therapy, hyperlipidaemias and interventional cardiology. We take part in many multinational studies as part of our ongoing commitment to research and development. The department have become global leaders in some of these trials.
At Ealing Hospital, our research team is made up of doctors, nurses and healthcare assistants. We are currently carrying out research as part of the London Life Sciences population study, or LOLIPOP.
You will need a referral from your GP for most cardiology services, including outpatient clinic appointments, tests and rapid access chest pain clinic.
In an emergency, or if you suspect you might be having a heart attack, dial 999 for an ambulance or go to the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E) in the usual way. You will be referred to the cardiology department if you have cardiac problems.