Our Patient Journey Explained

The group treats patients from across the UK as well as international patients.

Patients from within the UK can be referred by their GP or contact the practice directly for a consultation.

International patients are encouraged to contact the group prior to travel to the UK in order that consultations and diagnostic tests can be planned in advance to minimise delay.

Appointments

Appointments can be made by contacting the dedicated staff in our central London office or through our website.
Clinics are available Monday to Saturday and specific consultation slots are kept for emergency referrals every day.

Diagnostic tests

Cutting edge diagnostic facilities are used to obtain a detailed overview of each patients' cardiac health and to derive a personalised treatment plan.

Procedures

Day-case and in-patient procedures are performed in leading central London private hospitals.

Follow-up

Follow-up appointments will be arranged according to each patients' specific needs. This includes overseeing physiotherapy and cardiac rehabilitation requirements.

Our patient pathways are uniquely designed to provide a personalised experience for every patient.

Appointments

Appointments can be made by contacting the dedicated staff in our central London office or through our website. Clinics are available Monday to Saturday and specific consultation slots are kept for emergency referrals every day.

Our staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the consultation process, fees, or tests.

Once an appointment has been made you will receive a written confirmation and our terms and conditions.

Consultation

Consultation slots are approximately 30 minutes long. However, the time you will spend with one of our specialists will be tailored according to your clinic needs. For second opinions and for complex cases longer consultations can be arranged in advance.

During the consultation our specialists will obtain a detailed medical history, outline whether you will require additional tests, and discuss your treatment plan. Basic diagnostic tests such as an ECG (heart trace), X-rays, and blood tests will often be done at the same time as your consultation.

Should you require additional tests which cannot be done at the time of your consultation every effort will be made to accommodate these in one sitting.

Our practice staff will work with you to identify the most convenient times for you.

Diagnostic tests

Most patients require additional tests to allow an accurate diagnosis to be made.

Basic diagnostic tests such as an ECG (heart trace), X-rays, and blood tests will often be done at the same time as your consultation.

Non-invasive tests such as echocardiography (cardiac ultrasound), 24-hour ambulatory heart rhythm or blood pressure monitoring, stress tests and CT / MRI scans are performed in the cardiac department of the hospital where your consultation is performed.

Report

A full medical report will be produced within 5 working days of your consultation. Reports will outline your medical condition, summarise discussions and test results. A copy of the report will also be sent to you GP to ensure they remain updated on your condition.

Reports can be posted or emailed according to your preference.