Ascot Cardiology Group
Ascot Cardiology Group is a private cardiology group of highly experienced cardiologists (both interventional and non-interventional) based in Greenlane’s Ascot Hospital. The group provides expert cardiac care and advice in the area of general and preventative cardiology, from raised cholesterol and hypertension (high blood pressure) to heart attack management and post procedural care.
All of our specialists are proactive at ensuring they provide patients with the latest technology and techniques, to ensure exceptional patient outcomes. Whether you refer your patients for a cardiologist’s advice and diagnostic tests or an angiogram, we aim to reduce stress and provide convenience with the highest quality care.
Ascot Cardiology Group is a specialised group of cardiologists offering:
- Exercise ECG
- Ambulatory BP Monitor
- Holter Monitor
- Resting Echo
- Stress Echo
- Chest Pain Cardiac Assessment Unit
- Transoesophageal Echo
- Coronary Angiography
- Coronary Intervention
- Permanent Pacemaker Implantation
Clinics are also held at:
- Counties Care
- East Care Specialist Centre
- Northern Clinic
What is Cardiology?
Cardiology is the specialty within medicine that looks at the heart and blood vessels. Your heart consists of four chambers, which are responsible for pumping blood to your lungs and then the rest of your body. The study of the heart includes the heart muscle (the myocardium), the valves within the heart between the chambers, the blood vessels that supply blood (and hence oxygen and nutrients) to the heart muscle, and the electrical system of the heart which is what controls the heart rate.
Your GP will refer you to one of our clinics if they are concerned about your heart and want a specialist opinion.
GPs can use our online referral form.
You need to bring with you to your appointment:
1. Any letters or reports from your doctor or other hospital.
2. Any X-Rays, CT or MRI films and reports.
3. A list of all medicines you are taking including herbal and natural remedies.
Procedures / Treatments
An ECG is a recording of your heart's electrical activity.… More
An ECG done when you are resting may be normal even when you have cardiovascular disease. During an exercise ECG the heart is made to work harder so that if there is any narrowing of the blood vessels resulting in poor blood supply it is more likely to be picked… More
You are likely to have blood tests done before coming to clinic to check your cholesterol level and looking for evidence of diabetes. These blood tests are done "fasting" which means you have the blood taken in the morning on an empty stomach before breakfast.… More
Echocardiography is also referred to as cardiac ultrasound. This test is performed by a specially trained technician.… More
This test is performed by a cardiologist in a sterile operating theatre environment. … More
This refers to narrowing of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle.… More
Heart failure refers to the heart failing to pump efficiently. There are many diseases that cause this including cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, viral infections, alcohol, and diseases affecting the valves of the heart. When the heart is inefficient a number of symptoms occur depending on the cause and severity… More
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
Your heart consists of 4 chambers that receive and send blood to the lungs and body. … More
This is a small monitor that you wear for 24 hours and enables your heart rhythm to be recorded in that time.… More
Ascot Cardiology Group is a Southern Cross Affiliated provider for a range of cardiology (heart disorder diagnosis & treatment) category services. Please contact us for more details.
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Free off street patient parking is provided at Ascot Integrated Hospital.
(09) 520 9540
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(09) 520 9540
(09) 520 9541
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This page was last updated at 3:34PM on July 1, 2020. This information is reviewed and edited by Ascot Cardiology Group.