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Treatments & Specialties

Clinical Director of Cardiovascular Services

Professor Philip MacCarthy

Professor Philip MacCarthy

Clinical Director of Cardiovascular Services

Cardiology

Professor MacCarthy trained in Bristol and Oxford before completing his PhD in endothelial function at the University Hospital of Wales (with an MRC Clinical Training Fellowship).

He was appointed as Consultant Cardiologist at King's College Hospital in 2003, Clinical Lead for Cardiology in 2007 and Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Services at King's in 2012. He specialises in radial (wrist) coronary intervention (angioplasty/stenting) and structural cardiac intervention, running the successful PFO/ASD device closure and trans-catheter aortic valve (TAVI) programmes at King's.

He has an active research programme and his interests include coronary physiology, primary angioplasty and trans-catheter aortic interventions.

Special interests

General cardiology, cardiovascular risk factor management, ischaemic heart disease (radial (wrist) access diagnostic techniques and percutaneous revascularisation), heart failure, valvular heart disease - in particular Trans-catheter (trans-femoral) aortic valve implantation. Percutaneous PFO/ASD closure.

Consulting Address

2nd Floor, St Olaf House

London Bridge Hospital

London

SE1 2PR

Consulting Sessions:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday - PM

Secretary:

Dawn Watkins

Telephone:

020 7234 2971

Fax:

020 7407 9347

Email:

cardiology@maccarthy.co.uk

Website:

Qualifications:

BSc MBChB (Hons) PhD FRCP FRCP (Edin)

NHS Base:

Kings College Hospital