London Cardiology Specialists
The provision of high class comprehensive cardiac care, at state of the art facilities in London
About London Cardiology Specialists
Seeing a cardiologist may be unnerving, with the prospect of being told you may have a problem with your heart. Please be assured that you will be in the care of a respected, experienced and compassionate team who will look after you and will work with you to ensure that you understand fully what will happen at your appointments and investigations. Hopefully there will not be a serious problem. If you do require further treatments, we will ensure that you are under the best specialist for your condition.
We have clinics at the following locations:
The London Bridge Hospital
One Welbeck Heart Health
BMI Blackheath Hospital
BMI Sloane Hospital
BMI London Independent Hospital
What are the symptoms of heart disease and what other reasons might there be to see a cardiologist?
At the Clinic
What to expect at your appointment, and what happens next.
If you have been referred, or advised to see a cardiologist by your GP or another clinician, then see our Appointments page for full details of making an appointment with us.
Useful information and things you may need to know about your ongoing care.
Dr Balvinder Wasan
Dr Balvinder Wasan trained at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, now Imperial College Medical School, qualifying in 1994 and undertook his specialist cardiology training in London. He was appointed as an Interventional Cardiology Consultant to the Queen Elizabeth & St Thomas’ Hospitals in 2005.
Dr Wasan was responsible for setting up a local angioplasty service at QEH and served as Clinical Director for Cardiology from 2013-2018. He has led on numerous patient-care improvement programmes, and is on the interventional rota at the Heart Attack Centre at St Thomas’ Hospital.
Dr Wasan has over 15 years’ experience as a Consultant in all aspects of General Cardiology and has a specialist interest in cardiovascular disease, in particular the identification of asymptomatic patients with coronary disease & prevention of cardiovascular events (heart attacks, strokes, death) in this group.