Ascot Angiography

Making healthcare a safe and effective experience, working together to give patients and their families peace of mind. 

Achieved through high quality facilities and equipment, with a dedicated team, providing the highest quality care.

We are a private angiography theatre at Ascot Hospital in Auckland's Greenlane.  Set in a tranquil park-like setting, we offer a central convenient location providing expert cardiac care in a modern facility.

  • Having two full-time private interventional cardiologists on site enables us to maintain short waiting times.
  • If an angiogram or angioplasty is required, our capabilities are comprehensive, efficient and convenient.
  • Angiography bookings are available at the end of the consultation.
  • Ascot Hospital is close to the motorway with easy parking and excellent facilities.
  • Southern Cross Affiliated Providers with online approval interface. Fixed co-pays and flexible payment plans are available.

What is Angiography?
A coronary Angiogram is an x-ray guided view of your coronary arteries. This will show if there is a narrowing or blockage, which can affect blood flow to your heart muscle.

If the narrowing is significant, you will require Angioplasty.

Angioplasty is used to widen the narrowing or open the blockage.  Via your arm or groin, a special balloon is inserted into the narrowed artery to improve blood flow. The stent (small mesh tube) is then inserted to keep the artery open. 

Most often, the Angioplasty will follow on after the Angiogram in one procedure.


We have a highly experienced and skilled, multicutural team of cardiologists (both interventional and non-interventional), nurses, radiographers and administration staff.



Youth / Rangatahi, Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua

How do I access this service?


Your GP can send your referral directly to Ascot Cardiology. They will contact you to arrange a consultation appointment.

For further information please refer to Ascot Cardiology

Once you have…


Contact us

For further information, you can call Ascot Cardiology on ph. 09 520 9540.

Referral Expectations

Your appointment will usually be within a fortnight or sooner if necessary. 

Click on the link to find out how to prepare for your appointment. This includes information about medications and food prior to your procedure. 

Information for referrers: cardiologist contact information and GP Support - click here


Ascot Angiography is a Southern Cross Affiliated Provider and a NIB First Choice partner.


Mon – Thu8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Fri9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Common Conditions / Procedures / Treatments

  • Cardiovascular Disease

    This refers to narrowing of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle.… More

  • Cardiac Arrhythmias

    Your heart rate is controlled by a complex electrical system within the heart muscle which drives it to go faster when you exert yourself and slower when you rest.  A number of conditions can affect the heart rate or rhythm.  Heart rate simply refers to how fast your heart is… More

  • Angiogram

    A catheter is fed into an artery in the groin or arm and advanced though the blood vessels to the heart.… More

  • Angioplasty

    Angioplasty, or percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), is a procedure designed to reduce or remove blockages in the coronary arteries (arteries supplying the heart with oxygen).… More

  • Pacemaker

    Click on the link for Pacemaker information More

  • Electrophysiology Study (EPS)

    Click on the link for Electrophysiology Study (EPS) information. More

  • Cardioversion

    Click on the link for Cardioversion information. More

  • Transoesophageal echocardiography (TOE)

    Echocardiography, also referred to as cardiac ultrasound, is a test that uses high frequency sound waves to generate images of the heart.… More

Wheelchair Access



Resus Cafe is located on level 2 at Ascot Hospital.

Travel Directions

Close to the motorway, just next to the Greenlane off ramp.

Public Transport

Ascot Hospital is situated next to the Greenlane train station.


Short Term Parking
Ascot Hospital has a short stay carpark at the front of the main hospital where you can park on arrival. This monitored carpark is 90 minutes only.

Long Term Parking
Alternatively there is long stay parking at the rear of the Ascot Hospital building.  This is also monitored.  You will be required to enter your car registration at the paystation and payment is required by credit card.  There is an Eftpos or coin pay station in the central rear carpark.

You can also download the ParKiwi App to make your payment.


Accommodation options for family or support people


Ascot Pharmacy is onsite


During your hospital stay, please do not bring any valuables with you.

Contact Details

Online enquiry form here

3rd Floor, Ascot Hospital
90 Green Lane East
Auckland 1051

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Street Address

3rd Floor, Ascot Hospital
90 Green Lane East
Auckland 1051

Postal Address

PO Box 17187

This page was last updated at 3:41PM on September 22, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Ascot Angiography.