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Best Cardiologists in Melbourne VIC, Australia

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Level 4, Suite 22, Melbourne, Australia, 3052 - 1.78 kilometers
Melbourne Private Hospital - 1.78 kilometers
Level 4, Suite 22, Melbourne, Australia, 3052

Dr Gareth Wynn is a consultant at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) certified in electrophysiology. His scope of practice covers electrophysiology studies and ablations as well as pacemaker and defibrillator implantations (including biventricular and subcutaneous devices). Dr Wynn specialises in the management of heart rhythm disorders, and he is one of only two cardiologists in Victoria who can extract chronically implanted pacemakers and defibrillators.

Patients can book an appointment with Dr Wynn at the following locations:

  • Westgate Specialist Clinic, Spotwood
  • Melbourne Private Hospital, Parkville
  • Epworth Camberwell, Camberwell

Dr Wynn trained at the University of Manchester, England, before going on to complete a research degree on atrial fibrillation at the prestigious Imperial College London. He then undertook specialist higher training in cardiology and electrophysiology at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital before moving to Australia in 2015.

Dr Wynn remains heavily involved in research with his work being cited in the current international guidelines. He has won a number of awards for his research including from the British Heart Rhythm Society, the British Cardiovascular Society, and the British Heart Foundation.

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East Melbourne, Suite 31, Level 3, 141 Grey Street, East Melbourne, VIC 3002 - 1.89 kilometers
East Melbourne - 1.89 kilometers
East Melbourne, Suite 31, Level 3, 141 Grey Street, East Melbourne, VIC 3002
24 years of experience
Professor Peter Barlis is a Consultant Cardiologist with many years of experience in the field of interventional cardiology, treating artery blockage and stent blockage. He sees private patients at the East Melbourne Clinic.

Professor Barlis earned his primary medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 1997, after which he went on to undertake his basic and advanced medical training. He was awarded several national and international fellowships with the Royal Brompton Hospital London, the Thoxacentre in the Netherlands and the Prestigious National Heart and Lung Institute.

Since his Consultant appointment, Professor Barlis has pioneered a new imaging technique in Australia, Optical Coherence Tomography, which uses laser light to detect disease and cholesterol build up in the arteries. Professor Barlis has also lead several international and national cardiovascular clinical trials and regularly brings in research funding for the University of Melbourne. During his time in the clinical research community, Professor Barlis has authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles in renowned medical journals and has also held the position of editor for various textbooks. He has also been appointed Panel Member for the Australian Department of Health by Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health. He actively partakes in public health and is the Board Director of the East Timor Heart Fund, and the Mental Health Foundation.

Peter is also actively involved in community and public health including being a Board Director of the Mental Health Foundation Australia ( and the East Timor Heart Fund ( and Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

in 2020, Peter was appointed by the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health as a Panel Member of the Australian Government Department of Health Professional Services Review (,
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Epsom Road, Suite 31 Showgrounds Village, Government Pavilion Building,, Flemington, VIC 3031 - 5.37 kilometers
One Heart Cardiology - 5.37 kilometers
Epsom Road, Suite 31 Showgrounds Village, Government Pavilion Building,, Flemington, VIC 3031
Dr. Geoff Lee is a Consultant cardiologist with more than a decade of experience in the management of general cardiology disorders such as arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation. He sees private patients at the One Heart Cardiology Clinic, Flemington.
Dr. Lee earned his primary medical qualification at the University of Otago Medical School, New Zealand, after which he undertook and completed his basic cardiology training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He then studied toward his Ph.D. at the University of Melbourne, under Professor Kalman, and wrote this thesis on the Mechanism of Atrial Fibrillation. During this time, Dr. Lee developed and launched the first human epicardial mapping software, for which he gained numerous accolades from the National Health and Medical Research Council and the Neil-Hamilton Fairley Early Career Fellowship Program.
Upon completion of his Ph.D., Dr. Lee went on to gained an international fellowship at St.Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, with Professor Schilling, where he gained knowledge and expertise in ablation of ventricular tachycardia and atrial fibrillation and also regarding 3D electro-anatomical mapping of arrhythmias. Since his Consultant appointment, Dr. Lee has aimed to educate his patients and also his fellow colleagues on best practices for the management of heart rhythm disorders, and it’s responsible for the Rapid Access Arrhythmia Clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
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183 Wattletree Road, Suite 21, Cabrini Hospital, Malvern, VIC 3144 - 8.17 kilometers
Melbourne Cardiology Group - 8.17 kilometers
183 Wattletree Road, Suite 21, Cabrini Hospital, Malvern, VIC 3144
22 years of experience
Echocardiogram, Heart Failure, Low Blood Pressure

Dr. Gautam Vaddadi is a Consultant Cardiologist and Director of Cardiac Services at Cabrini Health, with many years of experience in the treatment and management of general cardiology issues such as syncope, hypotension, and heart failure. He sees private patients at the Melbourne Cardiology Group.

Dr. Vaddadi earned his primary medical qualification at the University of Melbourne and his Bachelor’s degree in Medical Science his research, from the Baker Heart Institute. He then undertook and completed his basic training at Austin Health, and then went on to undertake his specialist cardiology training at The Alfred Hospital, where he gained knowledge and expertise in heart failure and transplantation.

Dr. Vaddadi then undertook his postgraduate research regarding low blood pressure and fainting and has since published much of his research in renowned, peer-reviewed clinical cardiology journals. He was also awarded by the Cardiac Society of New Zealand and Australia for this research.

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Manningham Specialist Centre, Level 5, 200 High Street, VIC 3107 - 14.12 kilometers
Heart of Melbourne - 14.12 kilometers
Manningham Specialist Centre, Level 5, 200 High Street, VIC 3107

Dr Asrar ul Haq is a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist with many years of experience in interventional cardiology techniques such as complex angioplasties (using the trans-radial approach), physiology assessment, and intracoronary imaging. He sees private patients at the Heart of Melbourne Manningham Specialist Centre.

Dr Ul Haq earned his primary medical qualification at the University of Health Sciences in India, after which he travelled to the UK, where he undertook his basic training at renowned medical centres such as the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and in the Bristol Royal Infirmary. Upon completion of training in the UK, Dr Haq then came to Australia to further his training, at Fiona Stanley Hospital and also Northern Health, Melbourne.

Dr Haq then went on to complete his Doctorate at the University of Melbourne, during which he researched Early Echocardiographic assessment of Heart Failure. He has since become an Associate Professor at the University of Melbourne (Faculty of medicine) and has also gained fellowship with the European Society of Cardiology; the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand and the American College of Cardiology.

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What is a Cardiologist? 

The cardio-vascular system – in other words the heart plus the associated veins and arteries – is a cardiologist’s speciality, and they have a wide range of training and skills in the discipline. They’re experts in establishing the nature of, treating and preventing heart diseases, as well as vein issues and artery problems in and around the heart. While a cardiologist often works alone, they can be a member of a dedicated heart health team in a private group practice. Research is sometimes part of their role, with some working in respected universities and teaching hospitals.

Australian cardiologists care for and work with adult patients, simply because paediatric cardiology – cardiology for children – is a separate speciality. Much of their work involves diagnosing problems then working to improve the survival rates and quality of life of people who have suffered from a heart attack, have heart failure, suffer a disorder in the rhythm of the heart like arrhythmia, or need end-of-life palliative care because of a heart condition. None of us can survive without a working heart, so as you can imagine this is a speciality that sits right at the cutting edge of medicine, rich in new developments, technologies and treatments.

When to see a Cardiologist?

Your first stop with a heart issue is probably your family doctor, who will refer you on to a cardiologist if they find you have a heart or heart and vein related condition that needs treatment. If you’re having dizziness, are short of breath or have chest pains, this will mean you may need to have some tests done to figure out what’s going on. Heart murmurs and changes to ECG tests are also signs that something isn’t quite right. Your chosen private Melbourne cardiologist can explain the risks you’re facing as well as advise you about how to avoid heart disease. They can treat heart attacks, heart failure and serious heart rhythm issues, and may refer you for heart-related surgery if necessary.

What conditions does a Cardiologist treat?

A cardiologist treats a wide range of different heart and related problems:

  • Angina
  • Arrhythmia (Irregular Heartbeat)
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Chest Pain
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Heart Attack
  • Heart Murmurs
  • Heart Muscle Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Pulmonary Hypertension

What procedures can you find at a Cardiology clinic? 

  • Angioplasty
  • ECG (Electrocardiogram)
  • Echocardiogram
  • Calcium Coronary Score
  • Fetal Cardiology
  • Video Consultation

What should you expect at a cardiology clinic?

Your chosen cardiologist will quiz you about all sorts of aspects of your life and health, including taking a full medical history. They may make a careful physical examination to establish the details of your condition or find out the facts they need to make an accurate diagnosis. Your blood pressure and weight, the state of your lungs and heart, and the health of your blood vessels can all be tested, and you might be given an ECG, X-ray, or blood test.

If your cardiologist needs more information, sophisticated testing could be their next step, since every patient is unique. If they find out you could change areas of your lifestyle to improve the health of your heart and cardiovascular system, they’ll make expert recommendations for you to follow.

How do I find the best cardiologist in Australia?

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How can I book an appointment with a Cardiologist?

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