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The Cardiac Clinic, Leading Cardiologist in London


The Cardiac Clinic

Specialising in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of heart disorders


020 7407 0292

Monday - Friday

8am - 7pm

Sixth Floor

27-29 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

Welcome to The Cardiac Clinic

The Cardiac Clinic is a team of cardiologists known for its expertise in managing cardiology conditions. Our team of highly trained consultants offer a comprehensive range of treatment options for heart related disorders from diagnostic testing to a research-based treatment plan for each patient. 

Located at London Bridge HospitalThe Harley Street Clinic and Devonshire Street, patients of The Cardiac Clinic will benefit from a one-stop shop approach with cardiac tests performed by our consultants alongside clinic appointments. Our clinic is open five days a week with early and late appointments available.

Our cardiology consultants

Brian Clapp

Dr Brian Clapp

Consultant Cardiologist


Prof Gerald Carr-White

Consultant Cardiologist

Cardiac conditions

  • Heart valve disease

    Need to know

    If one of the valves in your heart becomes diseased it can affect the flow of blood. This can happen in one of two ways: valve stenosis (where the valve does not fully open and obstructs or restricts flow) or valve incompetence (where the valve does not close properly and blood is allowed to leak backwards)....

  • Heart failure

    Need to know

    Despite its frightening name, heart failure doesn't mean your heart has stopped beating. Rather, it means your heart is weak or stiff, and so may struggle to pump enough blood around, particularly when you exert yourself. This leads to symptoms like breathlessness, ankle swelling and tiredness. It's...

  • High blood pressure

    Need to know

    It’s not clear what causes high blood pressure. The vast majority of patients with hypertension display no symptoms and have what is called primary hypertension. This simply means that no underlying cause of the hypertension (such as an adrenal tumour or some form of kidney disease) can be explained.

  • Coronary artery disease

    Need to know

    Coronary artery disease is a major cause of death in the UK and results from the narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries by a build-up of atheroma. Coronary artery disease can lead to shortness of breath, angina (chest pain) and myocardial infarction (a heart attack).

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Need to know

    Cardiomyopathy is an umbrella term for diseases of the heart muscle, where the walls of the heart chambers either become stretched and thin or thickened and stiff. This makes it hard for the heart to pump blood around the body and can lead to heart failure. Cardiomyopathy is often an inherited condition.

  • Cardiac arrhythmia

    Need to know

    Arrhythmia is an umbrella term for a number of conditions caused by an abnormal heart rhythm, otherwise known as an irregular heartbeat. As many as two million people in the UK experience heart rhythm problems. Whilst they are clearly common, they should nonetheless be monitored and treated with medication...

  • Pacemakers and defibrillators

    Need to know

    A pacemaker or defibrillator can regulate your heartbeat if you have a condition that makes your heart beat too slow or too fast. If you have heart failure, it can improve the pumping of your heart. They are small electrical devices implanted just below your collarbone, usually on the left side.

Our cardiology expertise

General Cardiology

Our cardiologists are experienced in diagnosing a range of cardiac conditions and rhythm disorders.

Interventional cardiology

Interventional cardiology specifically focuses on catheter- based treatment for heart diseases.

Cardiac diagnostic testing

Our cardiologists perform their own testing, including echocardiogram, stress echo and cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET).

Inherited cardiac diseases

Family history can be a factor in future heart conditions. Our consultants can help determine your risk factors.

Our location

Sixth Floor

27-29 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

The Cardiac Clinic is located in St Olaf House at London Bridge Hospital and a short 4 minute walk from the London Bridge Station. There are two other locations for The Cardiac Clinic: 88 Harley Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 7HR and 16 Devonshire Street, Marylebone, London W1G 7AF.

Contact us

Any questions about The Cardiac Clinic? We'll be happy to help and can also make booking for diagnostic tests or to see one of our cardiologists.

020 7407 0292
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