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As a Rhythmologist at the Lanchashire Cardiac Centre, I have a passion for patient care alongside the use of an innovative integrated approach in managing heart rhythm conditions. My areas of interest include the management of AF, sports cardiology, the role of imaging in electrophysiology, advanced pacing and VT ablation.

Upon completing medical school at Bristol and gaining membership into the Royal College of Physicians, I joined Guy's & St Thomas' and put forward my interest in clinical EP and cardiac MR  imaging related research.
 
Here I was appointed to work alongside MR physicists to optimise late gadolinium imaging, assess pre and post left atrial tissue characteristics following Atrial Fibrillation ablation and develop a clinical work flow to assess a platform enabling echo-fluoro fusion to guide procedures. Robotic catheter ablation is an exciting arena which I am continuing to explore and pursue through my current appointment as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at King's College London. 

During my clinical training, I spent short stints at Leipzig, Hamburg and Lisbon. I remain grateful to both the collaborative research and clinical links established over time. 
 
Following my appointment into the Lanchashire Cardiac Centre as a Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, I am looking forward to developing my areas of interest and collaboratively working with teams to build on the present excellent service .
 
I sincerely believe in a personalised patient tailored approach alongside the use of up-to-date technology that is continuously evolving in the field of heart rhythm management in improving accuracy, safety and outcomes alongside allowing for a better patient experience.

Rhythmologist

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