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Monday, 23 October 2017
Cardiology
Dr M Asgari
 
Cardiology
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 707359
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Dr D Bloore
 
Cardiology
Special interest in interventional cardiology, general cardiology, and pacemaker implantation
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 702669
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Dr Bloore completed his medical training in Oxford and London. He undertook SHO training in Cambridge rotation before completing training in Cardiology in the Eastern Deanery. Dr Bloore has also completed an interventional fellowship in Bergen, Norway. His subspecialty interest is in interventional cardiology, and also contributes to the general cardiology and pacemaker services at Ipswich Hospital.

 

Dr P Brown
 
Cardiology
Special interest in arrhythmia and cardiac device therapy (pacemakers including biventricular pacing and implantable defibrillators)
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Secretary: 01473 702669
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Dr Brown qualified from Leicester University and trained in cardiology in the Eastern Daenery rotation at Papworth, Addenbrookes and Hinchingbrookes Hospital. He has a particular interest in cardiac rhythm problems and pacemaker therapy, as well as undertaking diagnostic coronary angiogaphy and general cardiology outpatient and inpatient services at Ipswich Hospital.


 

Dr S Jeyaseelan
Dr S Jeyasseelan
Cardiology
Special interest in heart failure, valvular heart disease, ischaemic heart disease, echocardiography and cardiac rehabilitation.
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 703516
Clinic times:
Not applicable.
Profile:
Dr Jeyaseelan graduated from the University of Manchester Medical School in 1997. After obtaining the MRCP diploma in 2000, he worked as a senior SHO in Cardiology at Ninewells Hospital. Dr Jeyaseelan completed a British Heart Foundation funded study in Heart Failure which led to a Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Dundee. He has worked as a Cardiology registrar at the James Cook Hospital, the Freeman Hospital, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Ipswich Hospital and Papworth Hospital. Dr Jeyaseelan has been a consultant Cardiologist at Ipswich Hospital since February 2012.

 

Dr D McNab
Dr D McNab
Cardiology
Special interest in percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and percutaneous closure of defects of the atrial septum.
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 703516

Clinic times:
Friday mornings.
Profile:
Dr McNab is a consultant cardiologist with sub-specialty training in coronary intervention. He has been employed as a consultant at Ipswich Hospital since 2006.

Dr McNab works at Ipswich Hospital three days of each week (Monday, Thursday and Friday), where he performs ward rounds, cardiology outpatients and diagnostic cardiac catheterisation procedures.

For 2 days of each week (Tuesday and Wednesday), Dr McNab works at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, where he undertakes percutaneous coronary intervention, including emergency PPCI, and ASD/PFO closure.

 

Dr N Razvi
Cardiology
Special interests in cardiac imaging, echocardiography, cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) scanning.
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 702669
Clinic times:
Monday and Tuesday
Profile:
Dr Razvi qualified from Imperial College, London, before completing his general physician training in Cardiff.

He went on to complete further specialist training in cardiology in Wales, London and Leicester. He has also gained experience and training in America.

Dr Razvi specialises in advanced cardiac imaging, utilising the latest echocardiographic and magnetic resonance imaging tools for the diagnosis and care of heart patients.

He was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at Ipswich Hospital in 2015.

 

Dr P Read
Cardiology
Special interest in interventional cardiology.
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 703781
Clinic times:
Monday afternoon and Wednesday morning
Profile:
Dr Read was appointed as a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at Ipswich and Papworth Hospitals in 2013. His training was at Cambridge University and on the Eastern Deanery cardiology rotation based around Papworth Hospital. He was awarded a higher MD degree for his research into cardioprotection from coronary ischaemia for which he also won the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society young investigator prize in 2011. As part of his training, Dr Read undertook an overseas fellowship in interventional cardiology for 15 months at Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia.

Dr Read's sub-speciality expertise is in percutaneous coronary interventional (PCI) procedures and he performs diagnostic coronary angiography and PCI at the Ipswich Heart Centre. He also contributes to the interventional cardiology Consultant on-call rota at Papworth Hospital, providing primary PCI for acute heart attacks and tertiary cardiology care for the East of England region. Dr Read undertakes 2 general cardiology outpatient clinics per week and contributes to the Consultant-of-the-week service at Ipswich Hospital for the management of cardiology inpatients.

 

Dr P Venables
Dr P Venables
Cardiology
Special interest in cardiac pacing and devices (cardiac re-synchronisation therapy and implantable cardioverter defibrillators), arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, syncope and coronary angiography.
Contact details:
Secretary: 01473 703781
Clinic times:
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Profile:
Dr Venables works at Ipswich Hospital and Papworth Hospital, and also does outpatient sessions at the Ipswich Nuffield Hospital.

Dr Venables takes a leading role in developing cardiology services in Suffolk, particularly in relation to arrhythmia. His Ipswich Hospital roles include leading the pacing department, all aspects of general cardiology and invasive procedures including permanent pacemaker implantation and invasive coronary angiography. His commitments at Papworth Hospital include weekly sessions implanting advanced devices including biventricular pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators.

Dr Venables sits on regional committees including the cardiac network advisory group and the East of England devices sub-group, locally he has close links with primary care colleagues and patient groups.