Consultant Cardiologist Assessment
The starting place for the majority of new clients is with an ECG, which is carried out by our specialist Cardiology Clinician. The results of the ECG may lead to further exploration by a Consultant Cardiologist, a service we also provide.
However, for clients that have a history of heart problems or conditions then it may be appropriate to begin with a Consultant Cardiologist Assessment.
Similarly, it’s also a choice that you may make that you would prefer a Consultant Cardiologist Assessment as part of your personal health check-up regardless of your past medical history.
Please note: our staff are here to guide and advise when you make any enquiry regarding our services.
Benefits of a Consultant Cardiologist Assessment
A Consultant Cardiologist is a leading expert in the field of heart-health.
They will be able to answer your questions to the highest level and guide you regarding what associated services or further investigation may be beneficial to you.
The assessment will also include a physical examination to help determine your heart-health status and any further exploration that may prove useful.
What to Expect?
On arrival, you will meet your Consultant Cardiologist and be shown to the consultation room. The consultation will be in a private and relaxed environment and you will be asked questions relating to your health and any symptoms you may have.
From here, the Cardiologist will start to form a medical opinion and may suggest further investigation if deemed necessary.
The results of a Consultant Cardiologist Assessment and any associated services, such as an ECG or Echocardiogram if needed, will be a determination of the status of your heart and, where needed, the best treatment pathway.
What to Bring With You?
A list of your medicines such as a prescription, or the medications themselves.
Family medical history. Your family history is filled with important clues, so be thorough, especially including what you might know about instances of high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure within your close relatives.
Your past medical history and where possible a summary from your GP or any specialists that you have seen or are seeing can be beneficial but is not mandatory.
Any questions that you may have.
For more information or to find out how to book an appointment then please contact us.