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Expert in: Cardiology
Recommended by 1 specialist
21 years of experience
Interventional Cardiology

Dr Julian Jarman studied medicine at the University of Cambridge (MBBS, MA), St Mary’s Hospital Medical School (now part of Imperial College London), and Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. He undertook specialist fellowship training in interventional cardiac electrophysiology and complex pacing at several leading London teaching hospitals.

He developed novel techniques for ablation of atrial fibrillation using non-contact mapping, as part of his post-graduate doctorate of medicine (MD) at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London.

Dr Julian Jarman is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and has completed both the Fellow and the Membership diplomas. He has certification examinations from the European Heart Rhythm Association in invasive cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac pacing and ICDs.

Throughout his career, Dr Julian Jarman has won or been a finalist in a number of awards, including:

  • Innovator of the Year, Imperial College London
  • Young Investigator of the Year, British Cardiovascular Society
  • Young Trainee of the Year, Royal Society of Medicine
  • President’s Medal, Royal Society of Medicine
  • Lucienne Dreyfus Award, European Cardiac Arrhythmia Society.

Dr Jarman is a cardiologist who specialises in the treatment of atrial fibrillation and other heart rhythm disturbances. He performs complex ablation and device implantation procedures at Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals.

In his outpatients clinic, he see patients suffering from palpitations and dizzy spells, as well as other possible cardiac symptoms such as breathlessness or chest pains.

As well as investigating and treating patients with hypertension and angina, Dr Jarman sees patients with all types of fast and slow heart rhythm disturbances, and those with heart failure requiring implantable device therapy. He has a particular interest in the management of atrial fibrillation (AF), including interventional treatments.


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Expert in: Cardiology
14 years of experience

Dr Abtehale Al-Hussaini graduated from Imperial College London and then completed her cardiology and general medicine training in London. She obtained a British Heart Foundation (BHF) grant, and the renowned ‘rare diseases fellowship’ from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), which enabled her to run a research program and complete her PhD.


Dr Abethale Al-Hussaini has vast clinical and research expertise in women with cardiac and vascular disease. Her main academic interest is focused on spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) and aortopathy. She is one of the only UK experts within this field, with extensive background in leading the UK SCAD registry and the phenotyping study that she continues to contribute to.

She also works alongside international partners and collaborators to further research, understand the pathophysiology and best management of this condition. She has recently contributed to the position paper submitted to the European Society of Cardiology on the topic of SCAD.

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Expert in: Cardiology
13 years of experience

Dr Aigul Baltabaeva is a consultant cardiologist at Harefield Hospital, where she treats both private and NHS patients.

She studied medicine at Kyrgyz State Medical School, achieving her MBBS in 1993. Her PhD, at the National Centre of Cardiology, Kyrgyzstan, focused on the incidence of arrhythmias in hypertensive heart disease and the effect of antihypertensive treatment on the recurrence of atrial fibrillation.

She won a prestigious international research award in 2002, and moved to London where she widened her research and clinical experience at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, south London.

She has been working in the cardiology team at Harefield Hospital since 2010.

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Expert in: Cardiology
18 years of experience
Interventional Cardiology , Heart Muscle Disease/Cardiomyopathy


Dr Zhong Chen studied medicine and surgery at UCL and gained his MBBS qualification. He also completed an undergraduate degree in pharmacology.

He undertook his cardiology specialist training in London. He completed fellowships in cardiac electrophysiology and cardiac devices at St George’s Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals, where he worked with leading experts.

He completed a PhD in cardiovascular medicine at King’s College London, pioneering the use of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for the treatment of complex cardiac arrhythmias

Dr Zhong Chen is a consultant cardiologist at Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals, where he treats both NHS and private patients. 

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Expert in: Cardiology
31 years of experience
Interventional Cardiology


Professor Mark Mason is a consultant cardiologist who treats private patients at Harefield Hospital and 77 Wimpole Street.

He qualified in medicine at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School (now part of Imperial College London), then went on to complete cardiology training with the London Deanery.

He has been a consultant cardiologist since 2001. Alongside his role, he is director of the heart division at Harefield Hospital.

Clinical expertise

Professor Mark Mason is an expert in coronary intervention. He is nationally recognised as a specialist in pacing lead extraction and has been a specialist adviser to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) on the use of laser sheaths in pacing lead extraction.

He has extensive experience in managing patients with heart conditions such as:

  • coronary artery disease
  • mitral valve disease
  • heart failure.

He is an expert in a number of cardiac treatments and procedures:

  • cardiac resynchronisation therapy (also called ‘biventricular pacing’)
  • implanting pacemakers
  • implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)
  • pacemaker and ICD extraction, including the use of laser lead extraction.

In addition, he has a keen interest in sports cardiology, including screening for the risks associated with participation in endurance sport, particularly in older athletes.

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Expert in: Cardiology
21 years of experience
Heart Muscle Disease/Cardiomyopathy


Dr Alexander Lyon studied medicine at the University of Oxford where he was awarded a first-class degree in physiological sciences in 1995, achieving second place in the final honours school. After qualifying from the John Radcliffe Medical School in 1998, he trained as a junior doctor in cardiology in Oxford, in London (at Royal Brompton Hospital) and in Sydney, Australia.

He joined the cardiac medicine research group of Professor Sian Harding and Professor Philip Poole-Wilson, where he studied the influence of cardiac gene therapy upon ventricular arrhythmia generation. In 2005, he was awarded an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship.

Shortly later he completed his PhD in 2008, where he spent his first postdoctoral year studying the spatiotemporal patterns of mitochondrial function in the lab of Fadi Akar and Roger Hajjar at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York.

He was appointed a Walport Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology at Imperial College London in October 2008, and he completed his cardiology training at St Mary’s Hospital and Royal Brompton Hospital.

In 2012, Dr Lyon was appointed a senior lecturer and consultant cardiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital.

Clinical expertise

Dr Alexander Lyon’s clinical expertise includes:

  • heart failure
  • cardiovascular diseases caused by cancer treatments, known as cardio-oncology
  • chemotherapy-induced heart failure
  • Takotsubo syndrome
  • cardiac gene therapy
  • novel molecular and biological therapies for heart failure.

He runs a specialist clinic for patients with Takotsubo syndrome focusing on risk prediction and management of refractory symptoms.

He is also:

  • clinical lead for the cardio-oncology service, Royal Brompton Hospital (2011-present)
  • chair of UK Cardio-Oncology Consortium (2012- present)
  • a member of Heart Failure Association Translational Research Committee (ESC: 2012-present).



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Expert in: Cardiology
Recommended by 1 specialist
24 years of experience
General Medicine , Interventional Cardiology

Dr Rakesh Sharma is a consultant cardiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital, and the clinical lead for heart failure at the hospital.

Dr Rakesh Sharma qualified in 1995 with triple honours from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School (now part of King’s College London). He then underwent postgraduate training at a tertiary centre in London.

He won a British Heart Foundation fellowship to study his PhD in cardiology at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London. For his research, he was awarded the Young Investigator Prize at the American Heart Association.

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Expert in: Cardiology
26 years of experience

Dr Tito Kabir studied for his undergraduate medical degree at Guy’s Hospital Medical School (now part of King’s College London), where he was awarded the Hilton dissection medal.

He then completed his PhD in cardiovascular research at University College London Medical School. This PhD was funded by a prestigious British Heart Foundation scholarship and it resulted in several publications.

After spending time in research, Dr Kabir carried out his specialist interventional cardiology training at Royal Brompton and Hammersmith hospitals. He continued to develop his skills when he spent a year in Switzerland as a cardiology interventional trainee at the Le Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne.

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Expert in: Cardiology
21 years of experience

Dr Ali Vazir is a consultant in cardiology and critical care who treats private and NHS patients at Royal Brompton Hospital.

He studied at Imperial College London and won multiple awards and prizes. He was awarded his PhD from the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London.

He completed his cardiology, general internal medicine and acute cardiac care training in London, at Royal Brompton, Harefield, St Mary’s and King’s College hospitals.

Following this, he attained his post-doctoral senior research fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA.

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Expert in: Cardiology
27 years of experience
Electrophysiology , Interventional Cardiology

Dr Julian Collinson studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 1992. He then completed his general training in Manchester.

Following this, he specialised his training in cardiology at the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. In 2000, he was awarded his Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Imperial College London for his medical research into the epidemiology and management of acute coronary syndromes.

Currently Dr Collinson is a consultant cardiologist based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He previously was clinical lead for cardiology and is now clinical director for medical specialities.

Dr Collinson is available to treat private patients at Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Specialist Care. 

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What is a Cardiologist? 

A heart attack, also known as myocardial infarction, is one of the most common causes of hospitalisation in the UK and globally. Essentially, it is the process of acute damage to the heart muscle due to obstructed blood flow in the vessels that feed the heart. Heart attacks are medical emergencies, and anyone suspecting their chest pain and other symptoms is a heart attack should call emergency services right away. However, following a heart attack and discharge from the hospital, ongoing aftercare is critical for patients to regain their stamina and prevent future heart attacks. A top cardiologist in London found on Doctify can provide the kind of ongoing care that patients need to have the best post-heart attack outcomes and the lowest risk for a recurrence.

When to see a Cardiologist?

Finding a cardiologist in London is easy with Doctify. The best cardiologists in London to see after a heart attack will provide follow-up and monitoring services for cardiac patients. Additionally, they may start patients on a medication and exercise regimen, do additional testing, or recommend preventative surgical procedures. Frequently, the most common advice from top cardiologists in London involves lifestyle changes – more frequent exercise, a better diet, and eliminating smoking, excessive alcohol use, or other detrimental habits. Additionally, if a cardiologist in London determines that a patient needs any kind of non-emergency surgical procedure (such as bypass surgery) to help mitigate future heart attack risks, they usually can perform these procedures at their affiliated hospital locations. This provides heart attack patients with a continuity of quality care and peace of mind.

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