If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Redcliffe cardiologist gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the top Cardiologist in Redcliffe. To help you find the best Cardiologist Redcliffe located near to you, we put together our own Redcliffe cardiologist list based on patient reviews.
This article is updated every 1-2 months.
⇒ Dr Lydia Mowlem
Dr Lydia Mowlem graduated from the University of Auckland in 2000, receiving the award for the most Distinguished Medical Graduate of the Year. She commenced training as a General Physician at Middlemore Hospital, one of the largest tertiary hospitals in New Zealand.
- Lung Cancer
- Respiratory Infections
⇒ Dr John Hayes
Dr John Hayes is a Director and Founding Member of the Queensland Cardiovascular Group. He is a member of the Wesley Research Institute (previously St Andrew’s Medical Institute).
- Cardiac Arrhythmia
⇒ Dr Jonathan Hunte
Dr Jonathan Hunte graduated in medicine from Kings College Medical School London in 2001. He initially worked for 6yrs in the NHS obtaining MRCP qualifications. He emigrated to Australia, and has resided on the Redcliffe Peninsula with his young family since 2006. He is locally trained, working at Redcliffe (RDH) Caboolture (CBH), Royal Brisbane Hospital (RBWH) and the Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH).
⇒ Dr Paul Angel
Dr Paul Angel specialised in Ukraine in Cardiology (1986), Rheumatology and Clinical Pharmacology, Faculty Member of the National Medical University of Ukraine from 1986 to 1992. Co-author of three medical books (in Ukraine) and more then 30 scientific articles in medical journals of Ukraine and USSR.
- Heart Surgeon
Phone: + 07 3880 1444
⇒ Dr Roderick Chua
Dr Roderick Chua is an Australian-based health professional. Roderick is trained as a Cardiologist (Heart Specialist) and has 4 practices located in Chermside, North Lakes, Burpengary, Kippa-ring.
- Heart Failure
- CT Coronary Angiography
⇒ Dr Kerrie Hall
Dr Kerrie Hall has a keen interest in the specialty of Cardiology and, in particular, primary prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. With an impressive slew of qualifications to her name (Bachelor of Nursing, Graduate Certificate Intensive Care, Graduate Diploma Critical Care, Master of Nursing specialising in Cardiology and Master of Nursing Science (Nurse Practitioner), and over 20 years’ experience working in tertiary and remote care throughout Queensland and Tasmania, Kerrie is a welcome addition to the team.
- Cardiovascular Disease
⇒ Dr Ajay Verma
Dr Ajay Verma is a full time GP here at Redcliffe Beach Clinic providing general health care.Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery MBBS /FRACGP Graduated form LNMU India
- Chronic Disease Management
- Heart Failure
⇒ Dr Gopal Bhat
Dr Gopal Bhat has a vast experience working as a GP for the past 10 years. He has been a GP in Brisbane for 6 years & worked as a GP Partner of a large GP practice in UK for 4 years.
- Diabetes & Endocrinology
- Respiratory Medicine
What is cardiology?
Cardiology is the study of the heart, it is a branch of internal medicine that deals with diseases of the heart, the blood vessels near the heart and the blood circulation. A cardiologist is a specialist in internal medicine who has specialized in the treatment of heart disease through additional training. A cardiologist examines the development of cardiovascular diseases and specializes in curing them. These include diseases such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, heart attack, heart failure (heart failure) and cardiac arrhythmias.
What is a cardiologist?
Cardiology is a branch of internal medicine as an independent subject. A cardiologist specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases of the cardiovascular system. This specialist area is to be distinguished from the sub-area of cardiac surgery. A cardiologist is not the same as a heart surgeon. This opens the chest and performs heart surgery. The cardiologist, on the other hand, examines and diagnoses cardiovascular diseases and performs interventions such as cardiac catheterization or the insertion of a pacemaker.
What does a cardiologist do?
Cardiologists study, diagnose and treat diseases of the cardiovascular system. They are similar to other doctors in that they have to assess their patients, examine their medical history, and develop a treatment plan. You must also be able to answer patient questions in the cardiology department and communicate with the patient’s family during treatment. As part of the family history, heart attacks, strokes and sudden cardiac deaths are recorded and with regard to the presence of a heart disease, questions are asked about lifestyle (physical activity, alcohol and tobacco consumption, etc.) and the associated risk factors. Many of her professional responsibilities are specifically focused on treating the heart.