Ramsay’s expert cardiologists help to provide a comprehensive cardiology service for our patients. We provide access to the full treatment pathway including pre-tests, diagnostics, treatment and monitoring, with no hidden costs, all led by your chosen consultant.Enquire Today
Your symptoms will be assessed and a diagnosis provided rapidly, to allow an individual treatment plan to be developed to optimally manage your heart condition.
Your care will be led by a leading consultant cardiologist, supported by expert and experienced specialist nurses, and physiotherapists.
Our programme will ensure you learn about and have the chance to get used to the changes in lifestyle and eating habits you will need to make to get the most out of your surgery.
You will be recommended seeing a cardiologist if you have heightened risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Click here to find out more about the risk factors for heart disease.
Cardiac blood tests are performed to check if there is anything in your blood that might indicate a heart attack or other cardiac illness. They also measure the level of substances in your blood, such as blood fats and minerals, to work out your future risk of heart disease.Find out more
Cardiac catheterisation is a diagnostic test to find out detailed information about how your heart and coronary arteries are working. It can also provide treatment for some heart conditions at the same time.Find out more
An echocardiogram uses safe ultrasound to create a detailed picture of your heart. It helps doctors to diagnose heart problems.Find out more
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test to measure your heart’s electrical activity and check how it is functioning.Find out more
Holter monitor is a small portable device that continuously records your heart’s electrical activity over a period of time whilst you go about your normal daily activities at home.Find out more
A stress ECG is a simple test that records the electrical activity of your heart, your heart rate and your blood pressure under different levels of physical activity.Find out more
CT coronary angiography, also known as cardiac CT scan and computed tomography angiography (CTA) is a quick and painless imaging test to diagnose a variety of heart conditions.Find out more
A cardiac MRI scan is used to gain information on your heart and diagnose heart conditions. It gives the most comprehensive assessment of the structures and blood vessels of your heart and their function.Find out more
A coronary angiogram is a special type of X-ray that can help to diagnose heart conditions by using a contrast dye it allows your cardiologist to look at your heart's blood vessels, and see how well your blood is flowing and if they are narrowing.Find out more
Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) is the most common type of heart surgery for adults performed worldwide.Find out more
A coronary angioplasty treats angina symptoms and is an emergency treatment for a heart attack by using a balloon to open up narrowed or blocked arteries in your heart.Find out more
Cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) is a treatment for heart failure or heartbeat problems.Find out more
Implantable cardioverter defibrillator implantation is the insertion of a small electronic device in your chest to continuously monitor and help regulate potentially fast and life-threatening electrical problems of your heart.Find out more
A loop recorder implantation is a long-term heart recording device and is implanted for several reasons. Most commonly, loop recorder implantation is performed to look for causes of fainting, palpitations, very fast or slow heartbeats, and hidden rhythms that can cause strokes.Find out more
Mitral valve surgery is performed to repair, replace or widen the mitral valve in your heart.
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Pacemaker implantation is one of the most common types of heart surgery carried out in the UK. A pacemaker is a small device that's implanted in your chest to help control your heartbeat, it is used to prevent your heart from beating too slowly, quickly, or irregularly.Find out more
A PCI is a procedure to widen or unblock an artery using a small inflatable balloon.Find out more
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Our company ethos "People caring for people" means that every single day our teams selflessly put our patients' needs before their own to help deliver quick access to treatment, so you and your family do not have to worry and wait.
With more than 2500 consultants throughout the UK, you can opt for a specialist in the treatment you require. They will remain dedicated to your care throughout your stay and follow-up consultations.
Full adherence to all guidance issued from professional organisations including the Government and Public Health England.
We can provide access to a dedicated member of staff to talk through any concerns you may have prior to attending hospital.
Our hospitals are ensuring we have as many free car parking spaces available for our patients as possible.
Our specialist team will discuss your symptoms with you and advise on appropriate treatment tailored to you.
Based on your individual requirements your treatment will begin when you are ready and at a convenient time to suit you.
Our comprehensive aftercare provides support and guidance throughout your treatment and recovery journey.
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