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Here at the Ashford Hospital, we have a team of cardiac experts and a purpose-built clinic designed to deliver exceptional medical care that will maintain our reputation of successful treatment and fast recovery times.

Your heart can be susceptible to a wide variety of conditions and problems, some of which can form at birth, known as congenital, or can develop later in life, often due to lifestyle choices. Our team of cardiac specialists provide the highest level of care for a wide range of cardiac treatments for symptoms that include;

- Chest pain (non-acute)
- Breathlessness
- Palpitations
- High blood pressure
- Dizzy spells
- Irregular heartbeat

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it is advisable that you remain calm, do not over-exert yourself and seek medical advice and testing as swiftly as possible, in order to rule out any serious ailments.

You have the flexibility to choose the cardiologist you would like to deliver your treatment. Information on our consultant cardiologists are available on this website, and you can search for a doctor on the find a consultant page.

Whether you are suffering from symptoms, or would simply like a heart check-up for peace of mind, our cardiology team are on hand to ensure that you receive the standard of care you deserve.

How to arrange a consultation

To make an appointment to see a cardiologist, please contact the reservations team on 01233 423000 or email

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