What we do
King’s Cardiology service provides a full range of adult heart care, including:
- Invasive and non-invasive diagnostic procedures
- State-of-the-art cardiac interventional treatments (coronary, structural and electrophysiological)
- Outpatient services that include community outreach.
We provide both planned (elective) and emergency care for a large regional population. This includes the UK’s first 24/7 primary angioplasty service for heart attack patients, a life-saving alternative to clot-busting drugs. It involves having a tiny balloon inserted under local anaesthetic and then inflated to clear the blocked artery carrying blood to the heart.
Our service also specialises in new treatments for heart valve disease, including transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI). This minimally invasive surgery is a lower risk procedure for high risk patients and enables them to go home quicker.
In addition, we have a large and active research programme investigating many aspects of heart disease.
The department has close links with the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic (RACPC) and the Heart failure and Cardiac health and rehabilitation services.
Suite 6, First Floor, Golden Jubilee Wing, King’s College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
- Outpatient appointments: +44 (0)20 3299 4480
Patient information leaflets
|Your medications after a heart attack||444 KB|
Conditions we treat
We specialise in:
- General cardiological conditions
- Ischemic heart disease – all modalities of coronary angioplasty/stenting including a state-of-the-art primary PCI service and predominantly radial procedures
- Valvular heart disease – we specialise in minimally invasive techniques and have one of the largest transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) programmes in the UK
- Heart failure – including liaison with community specialist nurses
- Inherited (genetic) heart muscle disease
- Stroke prevention – PFO closure
- Cardiac electrophysiology including arrhythmia, device implants and syncope.
What is required before referring a patient
Some diagnostic tests may be needed before an initial consultation. We will send you details of those required, where relevant.
Booking a patient at King’s
GPs should refer via NHS e-referral (e-RS) wherever possible.
Other ways to refer
Other healthcare professionals can email routine referrals to [email protected] detailing clinical history and any relevant diagnostic results.
GPs: to make an urgent referral, use NHS e-Referral and state that the referral is urgent.
For emergencies, referrers can speak directly with the on-call registrar by calling King’s switchboard on 020 3299 9000, bleep 111.
|Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM) and Device clinic referral form||64 KB|
Key Clinical Staff
|Dr Mohammad Albarjas||Consultant Cardiologist and PRUH Cardiology Clinical Lead|
|Dr George Amin-Youssef||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Dan Bromage||Locum Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Jonathan Byrne||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Carolyn Campbell-Cole||Arrhythmia Nurse Specialist|
|Mr Francis Castaneda||Cardiology Nurse Specialist - ACS|
|Miss Anamaria Cerghedean||Cardiac Physiologist|
|Mx Rui Da Silva Mota Da Silva Mota||Chief Echocardiographer|
|Dr Antonio de Marvao||Consultant|
|Dr Para Dhillon||Consultant Cardiac Electrophysiologist|
|Ms Virginia Dhlangamandhla||Cardiology Clinical Nurse Specialist|
|Mr Michael Dodkin||ACS NURSE Specialist|
|Mr Ivan Dyson||Chief Echocardiographer|
|Dr Dr. Lance Forbat Forbat||Locum consultant cardiologist|
|Dr Nick Gall||Consultant Cardiologist (Electrophysiology)|
|Mr Mohammad Iftekar Gogah||Heart Failure Nurse Specialist|
|Dr James Harrison||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Jonathan Hill||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Syed Shah Abid Hussaini||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Jo James||ACS Nurse|
|Dr Steve James||Lead for Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing|
|Dr Peter Kabunga||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Ravi Kamdar||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Matteo Lancioni||Consultant|
|Dr Ed Langford||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Denise Leufer||Heart Failure CNS|
|Prof Philip MacCarthy||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Sadie McCarthy||CNS Structural Heart Disease|
|Mx Callum McCutcheon||Senior cardiac physiologist|
|Prof Theresa McDonagh||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Eleanor McPhail||Deputy Head of Clinical Cardiac Physiology|
|Mr Paresh Mehta||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Narbeh Melikian||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Prof Mark Monaghan||Consultant Clinical Scientist|
|Dr Francis Murgatroyd||Consultant Cardiac Electrophysiologist|
|Dr Adam Nabeebaccus||Honorary Consultant|
|Dr Darlington Obi Okonko||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Miss Jessica Peplow||Arrhythmia Nurse specialist|
|Mrs Gillian Philip||heart failure CNS|
|Ms Diana Galaio Pinto||Chief Echocardiographer|
|Dr Sue Piper||Consultant|
|Mr Steve Podd||Consultant|
|Miss Cindy Rollock||Ward Manager|
|Dr Stefania Rosmini||Consultant|
|Dr Dan Sado||Consultant in Cardiology and Training Programme Director, South Thames|
|Mrs Caryl Schwarz||Arrhythmia CNS|
|Dr Paul Scott||Cardiology Consultant|
|Prof Ajay Shah||Professor of Cardiology|
|Dr Habitha Sulaiman||Consultant|
|Mr Liam Tobin||Lead Nurse Inherited Cardiac Conditions|
|Dr Dr (Bala) Vuyyuru||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Dr Ian Webb||Consultant Cardiologist|
|Mrs Anna Williamson||Chief Echocardiographer|