The Cardiology Unit offers a full range of services for various conditions.

Services and treatments

One-stop cardiac service

St John and St Elizabeth Hospital is proud to offer a one stop service that specialises in heart related symptoms and conditions. Book an appointment with one of in-house Consultant Cardiologists and our team of cardiac physiologist will carry out basic diagnostic testing on the same day.

Please note some tests may need to be booked in for a later date due to test preparation or limited availability, in particular the stress echocardiogram.

General cardiology

Our team of highly specialised in-house Consultant Cardiologists are availible to review and treat patients with heart related symptoms and conditions; which include but are not limited to:

  • Breathlessness
  • Falls
  • Fatigue and weakness
  • Palpitations
  • Chest pain
  • Reduced tolerance to exercise
  • Fainting / Syncope
  • Dizziness and light-headed
  • Chest discomfort


Conditions / services
  • Angina
  • Heart failure
  • Ischemic/coronary heart disease
  • Patent foramen ovale (PFO)
  • Atrial Flutter / fibrillation
  • Murmurs
  • Atrial / ventricular septal defects
  • Valvular heart disease
  • Autonomic dysfunction / failure
  • Obstetric cardiology
  • Arrhythmias / palpitations
  • Syncope and falls
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Pulmonary hypertension
  • Cardiac amyloidosis
  • Supraventricular tachycardia
  • Cardio-oncology

Cardiac diagnostic investigations

The Cardiac Unit offers a wide range of non-invasive cardiac diagnostic investigations. The diagnostic service enables our Cardiologists to determine the most appropriate treatment plans for our patients.

Obstetric cardiology

The Cardiac Unit has in-house Consultant Cardiologists who specialise in the management and care of women who are either pregnant and may have a cardiac risk, or to women who are trying to conceive and have questions relating to any known cardiac risks. Our Consultant Cardiologists can offer: pre-pregnancy assessment and counselling, consultation and determination of cardiac risk(s) for women who are pregnant, cardiac care for women throughout their pregnancy and individual cardiac-obstetrical care plans for the delivery of their baby. Please do not hesitate to call us today to book an appointment with one of our Cardiologists.

Arrhythmia management

Our arrhythmia management service is a highly specialised consultant led clinic accessible to patients with suspected or known heart rhythm problems, patients being considered for catheter ablation or simple / complex cardiac rhythm device implantation (pacemakers, ICDs and atriobiventricular pacemakers).

Pacemaker clinic

We offer outpatient clinics where patients can have their devices checked and analysed regularly. If you have recently had a pacemaker fitted, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your post pacemaker care. We are happy to see patients in our clinics who have had an implantable device (pacemaker and loop recorders) fitted at other centres. Please note that we can only see patients who have a Medtronic, Boston Scientific or St Jude’s pacemaker.

Paediatric cardiology

The unit offers a highly specialised outpatient paediatric cardiology service for the screening and review of children or newborns with suspected congenital or acquired heart disease.

Heart failure

Our heart failure service has a team of leading Consultant Cardiologists who provide assessments for patients with a suspected diagnosis and comprehensive care to those patients diagnosed with heart failure. Our Consultants can either be involved with comprehensive care and therapy management or single review visits to deal with specific problems.

Syncope and falls

The Hospital offers an assessment and management service for patients at risk of falls and/or patients who have had recent fall(s) / syncopal events. Our consultants take a multifactorial approaching in assessing and treating patients. We work very closely with other areas in the Hospital; in particular with Neurology and the therapies team.

Chest pain clinic

We offer a same day service for the rapid assessment of patients with recent onset chest pain to exclude the possibility of angina pectoris. The clinic is supported by state of the art CT coronary angiography and calcium scoring.

Make an enquiry

If you have any questions relating to treatment options or pricing information, get in touch with us by filling out one of our contact boxes or giving us a call on 020 7806 4080.

Our Appointments Team have a dedicated and caring approach to finding you the earliest appointment possible with the best specialist.

If you are self-paying you don’t need a referral from your GP for a consultation. You can simply refer yourself* and book an appointment.

If you have health insurance (e.g. Bupa, Axa Health, Aviva), you will need to contact your insurer to get authorisation before any treatment, and in most cases you will also require a referral letter from your GP.

If you are not registered with a GP, we have an in-house private GP practice you can use. Alternatively, we can suggest the most appropriate course of action for you to take, given your location and individual circumstances.

*Please note – for investigations such as X-rays and MRIs, a referral will be required. However, we may be able to arrange this for you through our on-site private GP.

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