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Treatments & Specialties

Consultant Cardiologist

Dr Narbeh Melikian

Dr Narbeh Melikian

Consultant Cardiologist


Dr Melikian qualified from Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals Medical School graduating with University Honours. He underwent post-graduate training at Hammersmith, Royal Brompton and King’s College Hospitals in London and undertook a two year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship at the Aalst Cardiovascular Centre in Belgium. He was appointed as Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology at King’s College School of Medicine in 2008 prior to taking up his current post as Consultant Cardiologist at King’s College Hospital in 2010.

Dr Melikian has received over 11 Awards, Scholarships and Prizes including the prestigious British Cardiac Society John Parker Fellowship (2005-2007) and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals Golding Bird and Treasures Medals.

He has a large clinical practice specialising in all aspects of general and interventional cardiology in particular coronary angiography, angioplasty/stenting (including procedures using the radial route), percutaneous PFO/ASD closure as well as management of valvular heart disease, heart failure and hypertension.

He maintains an active clinical research programme and over the past 5 years has been awarded scientific grants from the British Cardiac Society, British Heart Foundation and Academy of Medical Sciences.

Special interests

All aspects of general cardiology, cardiovascular risk factor management especially high blood pressure, ischaemic heart disease, coronary angiography (radial and femoral techniques) corononary angioplasty/stenting, heart valve disease, heart failure, percutaneous PFO/ASD closure, palpitations, atrial fibrillation

Consulting Address

London Bridge Hospital

29 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

Consulting Sessions:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: PM/EVE


Elizabeth Dean


020 7403 0824 / 020 7034 8972


020 7403 2306


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BSc (Hons) MBBS (Hons) MD FRCP (UK)

NHS Base:

King's College Hospital